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Table of Contents 



vi The Unrecorded Economy: Concepts, 
Estimates for Canada, 1981 



Approach and Preliminary 



1 


Section 


1 


Selected Economic Indicators - 


- Analytical Summary 


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Finance 





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THE UNRECORDED ECONOMY: CONCEPTS, 
APPROACH AND PRELIMINARY ESTIMATES 
FOR CANADA, 1981* 

Seymour Berger 
National Accounts 
Development Division 



I 



Concern has been expressed that there may be a 
parallel economy which eludes statistical coverage 
and is not included in Gross National Product 
(GNP).' A wide variety of names have been used to 
describe activities of this parallel economy. A partial 
list would include: underground, irregular, subterra- 
nean, clandestine, unreported, informal, cash, black, 
twilight, gray, shadow, marginal, dual, and second. 

For reasons outlined later, these activities in this 
study have been called the unrecorded economy. 
This term emphasizes that activities in the unre- 
corded economy are not reported to or recorded by 
government and, therefore, may not always enter 
into the calculation of GNP. 

The need to have a measure of the unrecorded 
economy arises in large part from the possibility 
that the existence of a "sizeable" unrecorded econ- 
omy relative to the regular economy could have 
important economic and social policy implications. 
Indeed, any policy action that must depend on reli- 
able statistics or accurate perceptions of economic 



I am indebted to Hans J. Adler for numerous verbal and 
written exchanges, and to Stewart Wells, Barbara Clift 
and Kishori Lai for their comments at various stages of 
this article. Carol S. Carson of the U.S. Bureau of Eco- 
nomic Analysis also had valuable input. I would further 
like to thank Mary E. Scott and Nicole Devochelle for typ- 
ing the manuscript. Needless to say, all errors of omis- 
sion and commission are the responsibility of the author. 



and social conditions relating to employment and 
unemployment, income distribution, or consumption 
and savings can be adversely affected. Because 
many unrecorded activities involve tax evasion, loss 
of public revenue is also an important implication. 

The difficulty which arises with measuring the unre- 
corded economy is that individuals who are involved 
in it wish to remain undetected. Resort, therefore, 
must be made to certain indirect techniques which 
as Tanzi has stated " provide, at best, broad indi- 
cations of trends and of orders of magnitude 
because they are sensitive to the assumptions 

made ". 2 Measures of the unrecorded economy 

accordingly should be interpreted with great 
caution. 

Estimates of the unrecorded economy are presented 
both for the income and expenditure sides of the 
National Accounts for 1981, because census and 
time budget data used to derive the income side 
estimate are only available for this one year. The 
study covers only domestic aspects of the unre- 
corded economy. Its international dimension is cur- 
rently under review as a separate issue. No attempt 
is made here also to estimate tax losses to govern- 
ment as a result of the unrecorded economy. 

The remainder of the article is set out as follows: 
Section II provides a selected review of the literature 
on the unrecorded economy; Section III catalogues 
some economic activities commonly associated with 
the unrecorded economy, sorts those activities 



VI 



which should be estimated for production purposes, 
defines the unrecorded economy and discusses is- 
sues arising from the definition; Section IV measures 
the unrecorded economy from the income side of 
the National Accounts; Section V provides the ex- 
penditure side estimate; and Section VI concludes 
the article. 



cent of GNP for Norway in 1978, and 7-17 per cent 
for Sweden. In Austria, its application demonstrates 
that no conclusions can be formed about the size of 
the unrecorded economy. Analysis also reveals that 
the personal tax burden is not a reliable explanatory 
variable for currency-deposit ratios (Mooslechner"). 



This section reviews some of the principal methodol- 
ogies which have been employed to estimate the 
unrecorded economy. 



Monetary Approaches 

The monetary approaches assume that transactions 
in the unrecorded economy are paid mainly cash. 
The basic methodology, therefore, is to measure the 
unrecorded economy by either analyzing changes in 
the ratio of cash and demand deposits (Gutmann 3 ), 
or the share of high denomination bills to the total 
volume of bills in circulation 4 , or the relation 
between cash in circulation to total transactions in 
the economy (Feige 6 ). A more sophisticated version 
of the monetary approach investigates the relation 
between changes in the personal tax burden ex- 
pressed in terms of marginal tax rates and changes 
in currency-deposit ratios (Tanzi 6 ). 

The monetary approaches give, in general, high esti- 
mates of the size of the unrecorded economy. For 
the U.S., Gutmann shows that the share of the unre- 
corded economy was 10 per cent in 1976 and over 
13 per cent in 1979. Feige's estimates reveal that it 
amounted to 19 per cent in 1976 and increased to 
over 28 per cent in 1979. Tanzi finds an unrecorded 
economy of between 8 and 12 per cent of GNP. In 
Canada, Mirus and Smith 7 estimate the unrecorded 
economy for 1976 according to the approach of 
Gutmann as 14 per cent, according to Feige as 22 
per cent, and according to Tanzi in the range of 5 
to 8 per cent of GNP. 

In the U.K., application of the Gutmann approach by 
Dilnot and Morris 8 shows a decline in the unre- 
corded economy from 19 per cent in 1968 to 8 per 
cent in 1970. In Australia, where Gutmann's method 
was applied, unrecorded activity was estimated to 
account for 10 per cent of GNP during the 1978-79 
period. 9 Klovland 10 has shown that results obtained 
using Gutmann's method will vary considerably ac- 
cording to the choice of base period and hypothesis 
put forward respecting the velocity of money. Ac- 
cording to the hypothesis selected in relation to 
these aggregates, the results vary from 6 to 16 per 



National Accounts Approaches 

One of the ways to measure the unrecorded econ- 
omy is to compare GNP derived from the income 
and expenditure sides of the National Accounts. Al- 
though both approaches should conceptually give 
similar results; in practice, however, the methods of 
calculation show discrepancies that may provide an 
estimate of the unrecorded economy. In the U.K., 
for example, the expenditure side historically has 
always been higher than the income side by about 2 
and 3 per cent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). 
Accordingly, the Central Statistical Office has always 
increased the income side measure by this percent- 
age to account for unrecorded income. Its view is 
that "the expenditure estimate of GDP is regarded 
as an unbiased estimate of the value of all transac- 
tions apart from some illegal, immoral or sensitive 
items. In contrast, the income measure is dependent 
to a large extent on income supplied from the Inland 
Revenue and it is possible that the levels of re- 
ported income may fall short of true income 
levels...'" 2 . 

In the U.S., the National Income and Product Ac- 
counts incorporate a set of adjustments to correct 
for taxpayers' misreporting. While these adjustments 
do not distinguish between misreporting due to tax- 
payers' errors and misinterpretation and that related 
to various forms of tax evasion, it appears that most 
misreporting relates to the unrecorded economy. 
There are, however, certain estimates which are 
based on non-tax sources where there may be some 
understatement due to the unrecorded economy, 
e.g. residential additions and alterations, food ex- 
penditure. Carson' 3 undertook an extensive review of 
these non-tax sources to identify series that might 
be understated. Where sources were shown to pro- 
vide incomplete coverage, sensitivity analysis (0 to 
50 per cent) was applied to determine the potential 
range of understatement. Carson's analysis shows 
that an unrecorded economy could have amounted 
to between 0.6 and 2.9 per cent on the income side 
and between and 0.3 per cent on the expenditure 
side of GNP in 1977.' 4 



Direct Survey Approaches 

In these approaches, individuals are interviewed and 
asked whether they have actively participated in the 



VII 



unrecorded economy either as buyers or sellers. An 
example of this approach is the study of Smith, 
Moyer and Trzicinski' 5 undertaken in the U.S.. Ques- 
tions about purchases from informal suppliers were 
included within a set of questions that are customar- 
ily asked in the monthly Survey of Consumer Atti- 
tudes. Purchasers rather than sellers were surveyed, 
because it was felt that they would be less reluctant 
to respond to questions about unrecorded activities. 
Results show that $42 billion — or 1.5 per cent of 
GNP — was purchased from informal suppliers in 
1981; this amount is viewed as an upper limit. The 
goods and services supplied ranged widely, al- 
though home repairs plus food accounted for about 
one-half. 



Inferential Approaches 

In these approaches, attention is focussed only on 
those sectors of the economy where unrecorded 
activity is likely. Franz 16 , in Austria, for example, esti- 
mates unrecorded labour income by identifying 
those occupations where individuals have the great- 
est opportunity to work on an unrecorded basis, e.g. 
carpenters, plumbers. Franz's universe also includes 
crude estimates for employed and unemployed 
working in secondary occupations different from 
their primary occupations, as well as individuals not 
counted in the labour force (homemakers, retired 
individuals). The results (which also include con- 
cealed income of the self-employed) indicate an un- 
recorded economy of about 4 per cent of GDP in 
1976. Rose follows a somewhat similar approach to 
estimate the possible lower and upper limits of the 
unrecorded labour force in the U.K..' 7 Estimates 
range from a low of 4 to a high of 7 per cent in 
1984. 



Ill 



The list below presents some economic activities 
commonly associated with the unrecorded economy. 
It is, with additions and alterations, based primarily 
on Carson's 18 work. 

1. employees working "off the books" for em- 
ployers so that wages are not reported to sta- 
tistical, tax and other authorities 

2. earnings from tips that are not, or are only 
partially reported to authorities 

3. covert rentals 

4. "skimming", i.e. owners pocketing some part 
of receipts of legitimate business enterprises 
not reported as income 



5. earnings from economic activities carried out 
without acquiring the pertinent licenses, per- 
mits e.g. contractor building addition to a 
house without a permit and not declaring 
income 

6. selling homegrown produce, or homemade 
items, or personal services that provide in- 
come that is not reported 

7. barter 

8. unpaid work of homemakers 

9. hobbies 

1 0. volunteer work 

1 1. unreported capital gains arising from the sale 
of assets 

12. smuggling 

13. illegal gambling 

14. trade in illegal drugs 

15. illegal prostitution 

16. theft, including theft from businesses by shop- 
lifters and employees 

While the list covers a wide array of disparate eco- 
nomic activities ranging from unrecorded transac- 
tions of wage earners to undeclared income of crim- 
inals and unpaid work of homemakers, concern here 
is only with the measurement of those particular 
unrecorded activities which conform to the same 
principles by which the estimate of GNP is made in 
the Canadian System of National Accounts, i.e. the 
activities must constitute economic production giv- 
ing rise to goods and services which are, by and 
large, exchanged for money in the market economy; 
and furthermore, activities or production of such 
goods and services must not be prohibited by law. 

One of the ways of measuring economic production 
is to sum factor incomes generated in production. 
Thus, for example, unrecorded wages earned by 
employees working "off the books" for employers 
(example 1) are factor income which should be 
measured. By contrast, undeclared capital gains 
(example 11) (like reported capital gains) earned 
from the sale of assets are excluded from GNP, 
because they are derived only from a change in the 
distribution or redistribution of property from one 
transactor to another. 

Because the National Accounts definition of produc- 
tion encompasses goods and services that are ex- 
changed for money, the unrecorded economy (like 
the recorded economy) excludes non-market pro- 



VIII 



duction such as homemakers' work (example 8). An 
estimate of homemakers' work in Canada has been 
prepared by Statistics Canada.' 9 Leisure activities 
such as hobbies and volunteer work (examples 9 
and 10) are also not considered. It should be 
pointed out parenthetically that the Canadian GNP 
includes a few transactions which, although they do 
not take place in the market place, have values im- 
puted to them. Two examples are farm output con- 
sumed on the farm and owner occupied rents. 

Since the Canadian System of National Accounts 
definition of economic production excludes all crimi- 
nal activities (items 12 to 16 inclusively), these, too, 
have not been estimated. 20 

Summarizing, then, only activities numbered 1 to 6 
inclusively on the list fulfill the three conditions 
specified — namely, that unrecorded activities con- 
stitute production, are market exchanged and legal. 
Barter (example 7) represents a separate problem 
which is elaborated upon below. 



Definition 

On the basis of the preceding discussion, the unre- 
corded economy is defined as that portion of market 
production which is missing from GNP, because 
earnings from legal economic activities are misre- 
ported, or not reported, as required, to statistical, 
tax, customs, employment and immigration and 
other authorities. It is the records of these authori- 
ties that constitute the major sources of National 
Accounts estimates. 

With respect to this definition, however, as Carson 2 ' 
has pointed out, it is impossible to separate misre- 
porting due to ignorance of the reporting require- 
ment and unintentional reporting errors from inten- 
tional misreporting. Furthermore, while the Canadian 
System of National Accounts attempts to adjust 
GNP for measurement errors arising from poor sur- 
vey coverage, it is possible that some activities re- 
main unrecorded only because of their newness, 
e.g. growth of child care in private residences. 

The definition also draws a distinction between unre- 
corded legal production and production arising from 
activity prohibited by law. This distinction, however, 
is not clear-cut in practice. One of the reasons is 
that unrecorded legal activity such as working "off 
the books" means that income taxes are being 
evaded or some regulation such as the requirement 
to have a building permit is being flouted. Looked at 
from this perspective, all unrecorded economic ac- 
tivity is to some extent tainted with a degree of ille- 



gality. In addition, certain pursuits such as prostitu- 
tion are borderline cases which could be classified 
either as legal or criminal activities. An estimate was 
not made for prostitution in this study. 

Barter is an activity on the list sometimes classified 
in the unrecorded economy. The only value of bar- 
ter that should be estimated, however, is that which 
is restricted to the market exchange of newly cre- 
ated production, i.e. newly created goods for newly 
created goods, newly created goods for services, or 
services for services. Exchanges of previously pro- 
duced goods should, of course, not be included in 
GNP (except perhaps for a valuation of the services 
that facilitated the exchange). It is also difficult to 
know precisely where to draw the boundary line 
between non-market and market exchanges. Some 
transactions, such as occasional exchanges between 
neighbors seem to belong to the non-market econ- 
omy and others, such as when one party advertises 
through an exchange to fine the other, seem to 
belong in the market economy, but in between there 
is a gray area. 

It may also be noted that barter undertaken between 
corporations is included in GNP in corporation prof- 
its before taxes. Also, newly produced goods ex- 
changed in barter transactions are sometimes al- 
ready measured in GNP. Any agricultural products 
exchanged, for example, between farmers such as 
wheat for corn have already been included in the 
estimates of agricultural production; agricultural out- 
put in the Canadian GNP is based on production 
and price. Thus, to count these types of barter trans- 
actions would be to double count in the context of 
the National Accounts. Lastly, despite some impres- 
sion that unreported exchanges of services for ser- 
vices are widespread, e.g. dentist and house painter 
trading services and not reporting as income the 
value of services received, because the information 
costs to effectuate such exchanges are very high, it 
is hard to imagine that exchanges of services for 
services are anything more than infrequent transac- 
tions. The existence of a highly developed money 
and credit economy such as ours would further ap- 
pear to make exchanges of services for services lim- 
ited phenomena. For all these reasons, barter is set 
aside here. 



IV 



This section presents the income side estimate of 
the unrecorded economy for 1981. It should, how- 
ever, be realized that GNP measured from the in- 
come side may not be as greatly understated as is 
sometimes believed. First, there are several in- 



IX 



stances where the Canadian System of National 
Accounts, based on its own internal review and 
analysis, adjusts particular components of GNP 
upwards to account for undercoverage where it is 
believed that records do not reflect total value of 
transactions. Second, it may also be noted that 
evasion of taxes from unrecorded activities does not 
necessarily mean that earnings from these transac- 
tions are excluded from production, because tax 
data are only one of the many sources used to esti- 
mate GNP. 

Estimates are presented for unrecorded wages, con- 
cealed net income of unincorporated business and 
concealed corporation profits. Rental income, and 
interest and miscellaneous investment income are 
considered to be reasonably complete. The reasons 
for the belief that these latter two categories are 
covered are discussed after the presentation of the 
estimates for each of the first three components of 
GNP mentioned above. It may also be noted that 
estimates for each of these components of national 
income are taken to be mutually exclusive; that is, 
no attempt was made to account for the impact of 
unrecorded activities in any one category on the 
other categories of national income. 



1 . Unrecorded Wages 

Factors Determining Work in the Unrecorded Economy 

The chief motivations for working in the unrecorded 
economy are to earn additional income and save 
income and other taxes; people may also decide to 
work "off the books" to conceal part of their earn- 
ings to lower financial obligations such as alimony 
payments or for some other legally inspired reason. 
There may also be non-monetary reasons such as 
the desire to acquire additional skills which prompt 
people to work in the unrecorded economy. 

On the other side of most transactions, financial 
benefits also accrue to households from hiring indi- 
viduals on an "off-the-books" basis. Since presum- 
ably some tax savings are passed on to purchasers, 
charges are likely to be lower than they otherwise 
would be in the regular market. This proposition, of 
course, rests on the assumption that the relative 
productivity of individuals working "off the books" is 
not significantly different than those performing the 
same task in the regular market. 

The financial motivations of the business employer 
to hire an individual "off the books" are somewhat 
more complex. An employer would employ people 
"off the books" only if the financial advantage from 
lower wages were to outweigh benefits of hiring la- 
bour at market wages and declaring this for tax pur- 



poses. However, if an employer were skimming, it 
might also be prudent to hire labour "off the 
books". 

A business employer might also hire individuals on 
an unrecorded basis to escape restrictions imposed 
by collective agreements, to avoid payment of over- 
time, to circumvent safety laws, to meet the de- 
mands of peak periods and to employ illegal 
immigrants. 

The above discussion indicates that while there are 
incentives to hire labour "off the books", two impor- 
tant constraints in a modern economy, however, 
may limit this activity. First, many of the goods and 
services produced require complicated technology; 
and second, they are often produced in large scale 
and bureaucratic organizations. (Quite often, these 
two conditions characterize the same organization). 
It is unlikely that in these organizations either "off- 
the-books" employment or skimming can take place 
to any substantial degree. 

What groups in the population provide the man- 
power of the unrecorded economy? Also, what sec- 
tors of the economy employ (demand) unrecorded 
labour? The following paragraphs attempt to answer 
these questions. We start with the supply of unre- 
corded labour. 



Supply of Unrecorded Labour 
Statistics Canada divides the population into two 
categories for labour statistics purposes: (i) individu- 
als in the labour force; and (ii) those not in the la- 
bour force. The first category is divided into two fur- 
ther subcategories, employed and unemployed; the 
second category comprises individuals who are not 
in the labour force such as homemakers, retired and 
individuals. It was assumed that individuals in any 
one of these categories have the potential to work 
in the unrecorded economy in their primary market 
occupations. (In the case of those not in the labour 
force, it is their last primary occupations). In addi- 
tion, although Statistics Canada does not estimate 
the number of illegal immigrants in Canada, they, 
too, may be working in the unrecorded economy, 
although statistically they would not be in either of 
the above categories. These four categories to- 
gether are taken to constitute the total supply of 
unrecorded labour. 

Individuals falling into the first three categories have 
further been classified in two broad groups: unre- 
corded employees and independent wage earners. 
The first group includes individuals hired as unre- 
corded employees and paid wages "off the books". 



The second group encompasses individuals who, 
because of their specialized occupational skills, be 
it plumbing, catering or bookkeeping, are hired di- 
rectly by both consumers and businesses, com- 
monly on a contract or per job basis. Illegal immi- 
grants, because of their small numbers are all con- 
sidered unrecorded employees. These four catego- 
ries which comprise the supply of unrecorded 
labour are presented below. 



Supply of Unrecorded Labour 

Category 1 . Employed and working in the unre- 
corded economy as unrecorded 
employees and independent wage 
earners in their primary 
occupations 

Category 2. Unemployed and working in pri- 
mary occupations as unrecorded 
employees and independent wage 
earners 

Category 3. Not in the labour force and working 
in last primary occupations as unre- 
corded employees and independent 
wage earners 

Category 4. Illegal immigrants working as unre- 
corded employees 

It is important to note that unrecorded wage earners 
and independent wage earners are taken to be mu- 
tually exclusive groups. This means that for compu- 
tational purposes, individuals are assumed to be 
spending time working in the unrecorded economy 
only in one group. While this assumption may lead 
to a misstatement of the estimate of the number of 
individuals working in either group, the total number 
of individuals, however, estimated to be working in 
the unrecorded economy would not be affected. 



Demand for Unrecorded Labour 
The government sector does not employ labour "off 
the books" and as pointed out, transactions of the 
non-resident sector are not considered. Therefore, 
the two sectors where unrecorded labour may be in 
demand are in the business and personal sectors. 
The latter sector is most likely to hire independent 
wage earners. Forty occupations selected from the 
Standard Occupational Classification, 1980, (SOC) 
at the four digit level were taken as being represent- 
ative of occupations where individuals are likely to 
be in demand for independent work. 22 These SOC's, 
together with examples of unrecorded activities 
which might be undertaken, appear in Table 1 of the 



Appendix. This table also presents the estimates of 
annual unrecorded wages earned in each of these 
occupations in 1981. The methods used to derive 
these estimates and data sources are described 
later in the article. 

With respect to the business sector, demand is 
likely to be industry specific and centered on busi- 
nesses with a small number of employees. The close 
personal contacts between employers and employ- 
ees in small businesses set conditions propitious for 
employment of unrecorded labour. Establishments 
employing 20 employees or less are the lowest in- 
dustry grouping for which employment data are 
available in Statistics Canada. These establishments 
constitute the universe of small businesses for these 
estimates. 

The following Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) 
groups (Major Division Groups) were selected as 
those industries in which small businesses (i.e. as 
defined as 20 employees or less) might because of 
the characteristics of their activity hire labour on a 
unrecorded basis. 23 

Manufacturing 

Construction 

Trade 

Community, Business and Personal Services 

There is a high opportunity for labour to work "off 
the books" in these industries as many of the com- 
modities produced do not require large capital in- 
vestment and, therefore, may be furnished by small 
businesses. By contrast, there is small opportunity 
of "off-the-books" employment by businesses in in- 
dustries such as Mines and Quarries, Transporta- 
tion, Communication and Other Utilities, and Fi- 
nance, Insurance and Real Estate which are usually 
large scale and capital intensive. 

Because of the multiplicity of surveys used to esti- 
mate employment, finances and output, and method- 
ology used to estimate gross and net income in Ag- 
riculture, it is unlikely that there is significant 
unrecorded labour in this industry, perhaps with the 
exception of employment of illegal immigrants. The 
same is true for Forestry, Fishing and Trapping. 
Public Administration and Defence was excluded, 
because as noted, the Government sector does not 
employ unrecorded labour. 

Small businesses in the selected industries are also 
more likely to employ unrecorded labour with occu- 
pational skills directly related to production or rou- 
tine administrative and clerical skills rather than, for 



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instance, occupations of a managerial nature. The 
latter occupational groups, therefore, have been 
excluded from this estimate. Occupations demanded 
are also likely to vary by industry, because of the 
different commodities produced. Thus, in Manufac- 
turing, there is likely to be demand for unrecorded 
labour in two digit SOC's such as machinery, fabri- 
cating and assembling occupations, whereas in 
Trade, the need is likely for sales and clerical occu- 
pations. The occupation/industrial cross- 
classification as well as the breakdown of total unre- 
corded wages in 1981 are presented in Table 2 of 
the Appendix. Details of these calculations and data 
sources are also described later in the article. 

Occupations were selected at the two digit SOC 
level to obtain the largest coverage possible. It 
should be pointed out, however, that estimates de- 
rived of unrecorded employees at the two digit SOC 
level also encompass some of the four digit SOC's 
selected where individuals are assumed to be work- 
ing as independent wage earners. To ensure that 
these individuals are not counted twice — once in 
the estimate of unrecorded employees and again as 
independent wage earners, the estimated number of 
independent wage earners was reduced to take into 
account this possibility of double counting. 

It is also important to note that individuals falling 
into the universe as either independent wage earn- 
ers or unrecorded employees are not only restricted 
to those counted as employed in the regular market, 
but also includes those who are unemployed and 
those not in the labour force (if they held one of the 
selected occupations during the past five years). 

To recapitulate, the number of individuals working in 
the unrecorded economy was established by first 
identifying potential sources of unrecorded labour 
and then focussing on sectors of the economy 
where this unrecorded labour would be employed. 
On the supply side, four categories were taken to 
comprise the supply of unrecorded labour: em- 
ployed, unemployed, not in the labour force and ille- 
gal immigrants. Individuals in the first three catego- 
ries were further divided into two groups: unre- 
corded employees and independent wage earners. 
Illegal immigrants were all taken to be unrecorded 
employees. On the demand side, only the personal 
and business sectors were assumed to employ la- 
bour "off the books". The personal sector hires 
mainly independent wage earners. Forty occupa- 
tions at the four digit SOC level were taken as being 
representive of occupations where individuals are 
likely to be in demand for independent work. With 
respect to the business sector, demand for unre- 
corded labour was assumed to be industry specific, 



focussing on Manufacturing, Construction, Trade, 
and Community, Business and Personal Services. It 
was further assumed that only small businesses 
(defined as establishments with 20 employees or 
less) in these industries employ unrecorded employ- 
ees, and only with occupations which are directly 
related to production or for routine administrative 
matters. 

The simplified example presented below illustrates 
how the boundary of the universe of unrecorded 
labour was drawn. Although the example is cast in 
terms of those who are counted as employed, it 
could easily have been presented using either the 
unemployed or individuals not in the labour force 
without change in basic approach. It should also be 
pointed out that several assumptions are made in 
the example purely for illustrative purposes, and 
should not be confused with those made to derive 
actual estimates presented later in the study. 

In the example, three industries are considered: 
Manufacturing, Construction, and Public Administra- 
tion and Defence. The total number of employees 
classified by occupation at both the two and four 
digit SOC levels in these industries is set below. (In 
Manufacturing and Construction, the four digit 
SOC's are bracketed to indicate that they are a sub- 
category of the two digit SOC's). 

Example 





Number of 




Employees 


Manufacturing 




Product Fabricating , Assembly and 




Repairing Occupations (Major Group 85) 


1 .000 


(Motor Vehicle Mechanics (8581)) 


(100) 


Construction 




Construction Trades Occupations (Major 




Group 87) 


1 .000 


(Brick and Stone Masons and Tile Setters 




(8782) 


(100) 


Public Administration and Defence 




Motor Vehicle Mechanics (8581) 


25 


Brick and Stone Masons and Tile Setters 




(8782) 


5 



In this example, as in the derivation of the actual 
estimates, only small businesses in Manufacturing 
and Construction hire employees "off the books" in 
two occupations: Product Fabricating, Assembly and 
Repairing Occupations in Manufacturing and Con- 
struction Trades Occupations in the Construction 
Industry. For the purposes of the example, two im- 
portant assumptions are made. First, it is assumed 



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that small businesses in both Manufacturing and 
Construction employ 1 per cent of the total number 
of employees in these two industries. This means 
that 200 of these employees are working on an un- 
recorded basis — 100 (1000 X .10) in Product Fab- 
ricating, Assembly and Repairing Occupations, and 
100 (1000 X .10) in Construction Trades Occupa- 
tions. The second assumption is that there is a strict 
proportionality between individuals in four and two 
digit SOC's. Thus, of the 100 employees working 
"off the books" in Product, Fabricating, Assembly 
and Repairing Occupations, 10 employees must be 
Motor Vehicle Mechanics; a further 10 employees 
must be Brick and Stone Masons and Tile Setters. 
The remaining 90 Motor Vehicle Mechanics who are 
not working as unrecorded employees in Manufac- 
turing thus are all taken to be independent wage 
earners. The same assumption applies for the 90 
employees in Brick and Stone Masons and Tile Set- 
ters in Construction. The 25 Motor Vehicle Mechan- 
ics and 5 Brick and Stone Masons and Tile Setters 
employed in Public Administration and Defence are 
also taken to be working as independent wage earn- 
ers. This brings the total number of employees who 
are working as independent wage earners in these 
two occupations to 210 individuals — 115 as Motor 
Vehicle Mechanics and 95 as Brick and Stone Ma- 
sons and Tile Setters. 

The total number of individuals working in the unre- 
corded economy is presented below. 



Unrecorded Employees 






Product Fabricating , Assembly and 






Repairing Occupations 


100 




Construction Trades 


100 


200 


Independent Wage Earners 






Motor Vehicle Mechanics 


115 




Brick and Stone Masons and Tile Setters 


95 


210 


Total Number ot Unrecorded Labourers 


410 







One of the limitations of this approach is that it 
rests on the assumption that individuals who declare 
one of the occupations selected as their primary 
employment are only considered to be working in 
the unrecorded economy in that capacity. It is pos- 
sible, for example, that people who do not declare 
these occupations as their primary employment in 
the regular market may also work in the unrecorded 
economy in one of the selected occupations, e.g. 
fireman working as carpenter. While these individu- 
als are not accounted for, the estimate derived for 
the number of individuals working in the unrecorded 



economy is probably still on the high side, because 
of the assumption that all individuals who fall into 
the defined universe are assumed to be working in 
the unrecorded economy. In truth, it is more likely 
that only some part of this population is working on 
an "off-the-books" basis, and only for short periods 
of time. This has been confirmed to some extent by 
research in the U.S. which suggests that work in the 
unrecorded economy is usually part-time and only 
intended to supplement regular income during peri- 
ods of hardship, not to substitute for regular 
employment. 24 



Unrecorded Wages: Method of Calculation and 
Data Sources 

Now that the limit of the universe of the potential 
number of individuals working as unrecorded labour 
has been established, it remains to estimate unre- 
corded wages. Estimates are presented in Table 1A 
on page xv. The detailed methodology and data 
sources used to make these estimates are outlined 
in the following paragraphs. 

The formula used to calculate unrecorded wages for 
each category in Table 1A is presented below. 



Formula 

Unrecorded Earnings = (A) Number of Individuals 
Working in the Unrecorded Economy X (B) Hours 
Worked per Week X (C) Average Hourly Unrecorded 
Wage X (D) Weeks Worked Per Annum. 



(A) Number of Individuals Working in the Unrecorded 
Economy 

Category 1 . Employed and working in primary market 
occupations in the unrecorded economy 
This category includes individuals who are counted 
as employed in labour statistics, and who, in addi- 
tion, are assumed to be working as unrecorded 
employees or independent wage earners in their pri- 
mary market occupations as delineated by the SOC- 
/SIC cross-classification and the forty, four digit 
SOC's selected. Industrial and occupational data 
were derived from the 1981 Census. The number of 
employees working in establishments with 20 em- 
ployees or less was furnished by the Labour Division 
of Statistics Canada. 

Category 2. Unemployed and working in primary market 

occupations 

This category includes individuals who are counted 

as unemployed in labour statistics and are working 

during their period of unemployment in their primary 

occupations as either unrecorded employees or in- 



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dependent wage earners. They work in the same 
industrial and occupational groupings outlined in 
category 1 above. Industrial and occupational data 
were derived from the 1981 Census. 

Category 3. Not in the labour force and working in last 
primary market occupations 

Individuals not in the labour force were included in 
the universe if the last industries and occupations in 
which they worked were the same as the industrial 
and occupational grouping selected in category 1 
above. These data were derived from the 1981 Cen- 
sus and compilations provided by the Labour Di- 
vision of Statistics Canada. 

Category 4. Illegal immigrants 

Canada Employment and Immigration estimates that 
the population of illegal immigrants in Canada was 
about 50,000 in 1981. As this estimate includes 
women and children who may be at home, it was 
assumed that 50 per cent or 25,000 of this popula- 
tion is working. (It was also assumed that illegal 
immigrants work mainly in selected SIC's such as 
Agriculture, Construction, and Community, Business 
and Personal Services). Furthermore, because ille- 
gal immigrants are a small group in Canada, it was 
decided to treat them as unrecorded employees. 



(B) Hours Worked per Week in the Unrecorded Economy 

The Canadian Time Use Pilot Study undertaken by 
Statistics Canada in 1981 shows that approximately 
2.5 hours per weekday or 13 hours per week (2.5 X 
5) were spent in second jobs by people who had 
second jobs. Therefore, it was assumed that this 
was also time spent in the unrecorded economy. 
Thirteen hours a week were also used for hours 
worked per week by the unemployed and those not 
in the labour force. Since evidence from the U.S. 25 
suggests that work in the unrecorded economy is 
usually part-time, thirteen hours for these two 
groups also appears to be a reasonable assumption. 
For illegal immigrants, it was assumed that they 
work the same number of hours as their legally 
employed counterparts in those industries where il- 
legal immigrants may be working, i.e. Agriculture, 
Construction and Community, Business and Per- 
sonal Services. Average hours worked per week are 
published by the Labour Division of Statistics 
Canada in Employment, Earnings and Hours, Cata- 
logue No. 72-002. 

(C) Average Hourly Wages for Working in the Unre- 
corded Economy 

The starting point for the calculation of average 
hourly wages for all those working in the unre- 
corded economy, except illegal immigrants, was the 



recorded gross hourly wage rate earned by employ- 
ees in the selected SOC/SIC grouping and in each 
of the forty, four digit SOC's. 

For reasons already noted, individuals working in 
the unrecorded economy are employed at wage 
rates below those prevailing in the regular market. 
The assumption made was that the unrecorded 
hourly wage rate lies somewhere between the re- 
corded gross and net hourly take-home pay earned, 
as any amount between this range affords the 
worker the opportunity to evade some marginal in- 
come and other taxes. Therefore, seventy per cent 
of the recorded gross hourly wage rate for the se- 
lected occupations was taken as an approximation 
for unrecorded hourly compensation. Wage data 
were derived from the 1981 Census. 26 

Illegal immigrants were assumed to be working for 
90 per cent of the average of the hourly minimum 
wage rates of Quebec and Ontario in 1981 to ac- 
count for income tax and other tax savings. 



(D) Weeks Worked per Annum in the Unrecorded 
Economy 

Category 1 . Employed and working in primary market 
occupations in the unrecorded economy 
Weeks worked per annum in the unrecorded econ- 
omy in this category were assumed to be equal to 
weeks worked by employed individuals in the same 
industries and occupations in the regular market. 
These data were derived from the 1981 Census. 

Category 2. Unemployed and working in primary market 
occupations 

The whole period of unemployment was taken as a 
proxy for the number of weeks worked by unre- 
corded labour. Duration of unemployment by indus- 
try and occupation were obtained from special com- 
pilations provided by the Labour Force Survey Di- 
vision of Statistics Canada. 

Category 3. Not in the labour force and working in last 
primary market occupations 

Weeks worked by individuals not in the labour force 
were assumed to be equal to that worked by em- 
ployed individuals in the same industrial and occu- 
pational groups in the regular market place. These 
data were derived from the 1981 Census. 

Category 4. Illegal immigrants 
Weeks worked by illegal immigrants were taken to 
be equal to weeks worked by the employed labour 
force working in the same industries in the regular 
market place. Weeks worked by industry are pub- 
lished in Employment, Earnings and Hours, Cata- 
logue No. 72-002. 



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Table 1A below sets out the estimate of unrecorded 
wages. These estimates are compared to aggregate 
wages, salaries, and supplementary labour income 
and GNP for 1981 in Table 1B. The impact of the 
omission of unrecorded wages represented 4.0 per 
cent of wages, and salaries and supplementary la- 
bour income. Unrecorded wages represented 2.3 
per cent of recorded GNP in 1981. 



TABLE 1A. Unrecorded Wages and Selected Macroeconomic 
Aggregates, 1981 



Unrecorded Wages 



Individuals Working in 
the Unrecorded Economy 

Category 1 

Employed and working 

Category 2 
Counted as 
unemployed and 
working 

Category 3 

Not in the labour 
force 

Category 4 

Illegal immigrants 

Total Unrecorded Wages 
(1+2 + 3 + 4) 



($ millions) 
Independent 
Employees Wage Earners Total 



3,083 

131 

383 

115 
3,712 



3,157 



93 



889 



4,139 



6,240 

224 

1 ,272 

115 
7,851 



Recorded 




Wages , salaries and 




supplementary labour 




income 


194,075 


Gross National Product 




at market prices 


339,797 



2. Concealed Net Income of Unincorporated 
Business 

We now turn to the estimate of net income that un- 
incorporated businesses may be concealing from 
public authorities as a result of selling commodities 
"off the books" or skimming. 

Unincorporated businesses with annual sales of 
$500,000 or less are considered, on average, repre- 
sentative of firms whose owners may be skimming 
some part of their legitimate business receipts. It is 
believed that this sales limit adequately captures the 
typical unrecorded transactions such as "off- 
the-books" work done by small contractors and in- 
dependent artisans, skimming by proprietors of 
small retail shops and restaurants. These enter- 
prises are small enough to permit direct contact 
between owners and their customers and workers, 
and do not have the need for sophisticated book- 
keeping requirements of larger businesses. 27 

Manufacturing, Construction, Trade, Community, 
Business and Personal Services were also selected 
as the industries where owners of unincorporated 
businesses have the greatest opportunity to conceal 
income. While for labour, the opportunities for unre- 
corded activities in these industries were narrowed 
down on the basis of occupations, the determination 
of opportunities for skimming and "off-the-books" 
work for small businesses was based on specific 
industry subcategories. For example, in Manufactur- 
ing, it was assumed that skimming would most likely 
occur in small clothing manufacturers; in Trade, 
wholesalers of food, apparel and dry goods, lumber 
and building materials and so on were included; and 
in Community, Business and Personal Services, 
shoe repair, restaurants and activities such as cater- 
ing and entertainment were selected. The industries 
selected are presented in Table 3 of the Appendix. 



TABLE 1B. 



Unrecorded Wages as a Percentage of Selected 
(Recorded) Macroeconomic Aggregates 1981 



per cent 



1 . Unrecorded wages as a percentage of 
wages , salaries and supplementary 
labour income 

Employees 

Independent wage earners 

2 . Total unrecorded wages as a percentage 
of GNP at market prices 



1.9 

2.1 



4.0 



2.3 



The concealed net income of unincorporated busi- 
nesses for each of the above industries was deter- 
mined by first finding out from tax data provided by 
the Business Register Division of Statistics Canada 
the share of total sales of unincorporated busi- 
nesses by industry with sales of $500,000 or less 
per annum in 1981. The percentage derived from 
these tax data was then applied to published Na- 
tional Accounts figures of net income of unincorpo- 
rated business to estimate net income of small busi- 
nesses on a National Accounts basis. It was then 
assumed that net income of small businesses may 
be understated by as much as 25 per cent due to 



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the unrecorded economy. While this percentage will 
obviously overstate net income in cases where mis- 
reporting is slight, and understate in entire busi- 
nesses which are not being recorded, 25 per cent, 
on average, probably sets an outer limit. 

Published estimates for Agriculture, and Forestry, 
Fishing and Trapping appear to be reasonably com- 
plete. In Agriculture, net income from farm produc- 
tion covers the universe, because sales of farm out- 
put are based on estimates of production, acreage 
under cultivation and price per product. In Forestry, 
Fishing and Trapping, net income of unincorporated 
businesses is also based on total production and 
price. 

Table 2A shows the potential concealed income of 
unincorporated business by industry. 



3. Concealed Corporation Profits 

The estimate of concealed corporation profits fol- 
lowed the same approach to obtain the concealed 
net income of unincorporated business. Small incor- 
porated businesses were defined as having sales of 
$500,000 or less per annum. Table 3A presents esti- 
mates of concealed corporation profits by industry. 



TABLE 3A. Concealed Corporation Profits by Industry, 1981 





($ millions) 


Manufacturing 


119 


Construction 


49 


Trade 


111 


Community, Business and Personal 




Services 


154 


Total 


433 






TABLE 2A. Concealed Net Income of Unincorporated Business 
by Industry, 1981 





($ millions) 


Manufacturing 


42 


Construction 


335 


Trade 


282 


Community, Business and Personal 


1 ,191 


Services 




Total 


1 ,850 



Table 2B indicates that concealed net income of 
unincorporated business may have represented 1 1 .5 
per cent of unincorporated business income in 
1981. Its omission may also have represented 0.5 
per cent of GNP in the same year. 28 



Table 3B shows that concealed corporation profits 
may have represented 1 .3 per cent of corporation 
profits before taxes and 0.1 per cent of GNP in the 
same year. 






TABLE 3B . Concealed Corporation Profits and as a Percentage 
of (Recorded) Corporation Profits Before Taxes and 
GNP, 1981 



5. 



Concealed corporation profits 
Corporation profits before taxes 
GNP at market prices 
Concealed corporation profits as a 
percentage of corporation profits 
before taxes 

Concealed corporation profits as 
a percentage of GNP 



($ millions) 

433 

32,606 

339,797 



1.3 

0.1 



TABLE 2B. Concealed Net Income of Unincorporated Business 
and as a Percentage of (Recorded) Unincorporated 
Net Business Income and GNP, 1981 



1 . Concealed net income of 
unincorporated business 

2. Net income of unincorporated 
business (including farm income) 

3. GNP at market prices 

4 . Concealed net income of 
unincorporated business as a 
percentage of net income of 
unincorporated business 
(including farm income) 

5 . Concealed net income of 
unincorporated business as a 
percentage of GNP at market prices 



($ millions) 

1 ,850 

16,146 
339,797 



11 .5 



0.5 



Incorporated businesses with sales of $500,000 per 
annum or less for 1981 were derived from tax data 
provided by the Business Register Division of 
Statistics Canada. 

We now turn the discussion to the last two catego- 
ries of GNP — rental income, and interest and mis- 
cellaneous investment income mentioned at the 
beginning of the discussion of the income side. 



4. Rental Income 

Although some suspicion exists that there may be a 
large unrecorded economy in residential rental in- 
come, e.g. key money accepted by landlords in a 



XVI 



tight rental market, covert rentals etc., the estimate 
of residential rental income does not depend on 
landlord reporting. Rental income is based on the 
number of dwelling units (Construction Division) and 
average annual rent paid by tenants (Labour Force 
Survey). The difference between gross and net 
rental income consists of expenses such as mort- 
gage interest payments and repairs calculated from 
a wide variety of sources. Unrecorded activity in any 
of these latter outlays, therefore, would have the ef- 
fect of reducing the estimate of net rental income in 
GNP. Net rental income in this study was not ad- 
justed downward to take account of an unrecorded 
economy in any of these expenses. 



5. Interest and Miscellaneous Investment 
Income 

Interest and miscellaneous investment income is 
composed of interest income of persons and gov- 
ernment investment income. For obvious reasons, it 
is not possible that government investment income 
is understated. Since the greater part of interest in- 
come of persons is estimated residually from busi- 
ness and government records, an understatement 
due to the unrecorded economy is also impossible. 
Interest income received from other sources by indi- 
viduals e.g. from private mortgage interest income 
is estimated independently in the Canadian National 
Accounts and is taken to be complete. 

Table 4 below sums estimates of unrecorded wages, 
concealed net income of unincorporated business, 
and concealed corporation profits. It reveals that 
these three components may have represented 2.9 
per cent of GNP in 1981. 



TABLE 4. Unrecorded Economy and as a Percentage of (Re- 
corded) GNP, 1981 











as a percentage 
of GNP at 






($ 


millions) 


market prices' 


1 . 


Unrecorded wages 




7,851 


2.3 


2. 


Concealed net 
income of 










unincorporated 
business 




1 ,850 


0.6 


3. 


Concealed 










corporation profits 




433 


0.1 


4. 


Unrecorded economy 
(1+2 + 3) 




1 , 1 34 


2.9 



Does not add to total because of rounding 



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Another way to measure the unrecorded economy is 
to estimate it from the expenditure side of the Na- 
tional Accounts. As with the approach used on the 
income side, attention is focussed on those particu- 
lar areas where an unrecorded activity is most likely 
to take place. On the expenditure side, this is likely 
to occur only in specific categories of personal ex- 
penditure on goods and services and business gross 
fixed capital formation. 29 For similar reasons as out- 
lined in detail on the income side, these categories 
are likely to comprise purchases by persons and 
small businesses (annual sales of $500,000 or less) 
from independent wage earners and small enter- 
prises. Personal expenditure on consumer goods 
and services and business gross fixed capital forma- 
tion were, therefore, examined in detail from this 
point of view. Thus, for example, data of outlays of 
alcoholic beverages provided by provincial govern- 
ments to Statistics Canada were considered as com- 
plete. Likewise, transportation purchased from a 
public transit authority can be taken as complete, 
because it is sold through government agencies and 
other large scale carriers. Transportation purchased 
from small private carriers, however, may be 
understated. 

There are, however, reasons for believing that Gross 
National Expenditure (GNE) may not be greatly un- 
derstated. In personal expenditure on goods and 
services, for example, some commodity outlays have 
been adjusted upwards by the National Accounts by 
between 12 and 13 per cent in 1981 to account for 
undercoverage. Therefore, even if sales were misre- 
ported in original sources, they still may be included 
in GNE. Also, in those instances where expenditure 
estimates are derived from surveys of buyers, buy- 
ers are likely to be less reluctant to respond to 
questions about unrecorded purchases than sellers; 
and lastly, part of concealed income likely finds its 
way back into recorded expenditure through 
purchases. 



1 . Personal Expenditure on Goods and 
Services 

In the Canadian National Accounts, underreporting 
in personal expenditure on goods and services due 
to the unrecorded economy can arise from under- 
statement of sales by businesses as well as from the 
mis- or nonreporting of outlays made outside busi- 
ness establishments such as babysitting and domes- 
tic services. For purposes of making some of the 
estimates on the expenditure side, small business- 
men are assumed to be skimming some portion of 



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reported sales. The share of total sales accounted 
for by small businesses was determined from tax 
data provided by the Business Register Division. 
This percentage was then applied to published Na- 
tional Accounts expenditure estimates to determine 
possible purchases from small businesses. A rough 
test of sensitivity (0 to 50 per cent) was applied to 
this latter estimate to ascertain the possible lower 
and upper limits by which particular expenditure 
series may be understated. For outlays such as ba- 
bysitting, the sensitivity test was simply applied to 
the National Accounts estimates of the identified 
series. In one series, residential construction, the 
estimate was made by comparing family expenditure 
data with National Accounts' estimates. Results are 
presented in Table 5 at the end of the section. 

Food, beverages and tobacco 

Starting with food and non-alcoholic beverages out- 
lays, unrecorded expenditure can arise from two 
sources: "off-the-books" food sales in retail grocery 
stores and sales of food made outside these estab- 
lishments such as at market gardens and roadside 
stands. The latter component is included in personal 
expenditure as an independently estimated item. It 
amounted to some $700 million in 1981 and is con- 
sidered to be a reasonably complete estimate. Unre- 
corded food sales thus most likely occur in small, 
owner-run stores where purchases are made in cash 
and proprietors can skim. Based on Business Regis- 
ter Division tax data, stores with sales of $500,000 
or less accounted for about 1 1 per cent of total 
food sales in 1981. Applying this percentage to food 
outlays as measured in the National Accounts shows 
that such operations may have comprised some $3,- 
000 million of sales in 1981. Thus, to estimate the 
possible range of unrecorded economy here, sensi- 
tivity analysis of to 50 per cent was applied to this 
estimate and results presented in Table 5 indicate a 
possible range of unrecorded food outlays of 
between $154 and $1,542 million. 

Clothing and footwear 

Some sales made by small retailers of men's, wom- 
en's and babys' clothing and footwear are paid for 
by cash. Calculations indicate that small retailers, 
as we have defined them, accounted for about 25 
per cent of all retail sales of clothing and footwear, 
or $3,160 million of all expenditure on clothing and 
footwear in 1981. Sensitivity analysis was applied 
only to the estimated share of clothing and footwear 
sales made by small clothing retailers. The results 
presented in Table 5 show a possible range of 
between $158 and $1,580 million. This estimate is 
also taken to include sales made by artisans at craft 
fairs. Since a separate estimate of total outlays for 



clothing repairs and alterations is in GNE, it is 
deemed to include activities carried out by indepen- 
dent wage earners. 

Furniture, furnishings, household equipment and 
operation 

These items include a wide range of durable pro- 
ducts from furniture and appliances to garden tools 
and supplies. It also consists of outlays on semi- 
durable goods such as notions, smallware, lamps, 
fixtures and accessories, non-durable household fur- 
nishings such as flowers and services such as ba- 
bysitting. It is in flowers, babysitting and outlays for 
domestic services that estimates are believed to be 
understated due to the unrecorded economy. 

Owners of florist shops, landscapers and gardeners, 
for example, may be misreporting since these small 
enterprises may do large cash sales, and have skills 
which can be sold independently. They account for 
about 75 per cent of total flower store sales, or 
about $334 million. The results of sensitivity analysis 
in Table 5 show that misreporting due to unre- 
corded flower sales may range from $17 to $167 
million. Also, while this expenditure category con- 
tains explicit estimates for outlays on babysitting, 
there is, however, concern that the growth of child 
care outside the home and unregistered day-care 
centers in private residences may not now be cap- 
tured. Based on National Accounts estimates, sensi- 
tivity analysis shows that unrecorded expenditure on 
babysitting may range from $7 to $65 million. 30 With 
respect to outlays on domestics, according to the 
sensitivity analysis undertaken, their range of under- 
statement may be from $32 to $318 million. 

Transportation and communication 

As pointed out earlier, many transportation services 
are sold by government or large private enterprises. 
The same is true for communication outlays. Re- 
corded expenditure on new passenger cars may be 
taken as complete. With respect to the subcategory, 
auto repair and maintenance, however, it is believed 
that there is private vehicle servicing and repair of 
motor vehicles. Sensitivity analysis shows that it 
could range from $66 to $658 million. Outlays on 
taxis (including tips) are obtained from the Family 
Expenditure Survey and, therefore, are taken as 
complete. 

Recreation, entertainment, education and cultural 

services 

Most outlays in recreation, sporting and camping 

equipment would be properly recorded, e.g. outlays 

on television sets, cable television and outlays on 

pari mutuals, lotteries and government recreation. In 



XVIII 



educational and cultural services, estimates for fees 
received by institutions and private schools are also 
deemed complete. Private tutoring is not considered 
to be a significant activity today, given the special- 
ized nature of modern-day public education, i.e. 
separate streams for students with different abilities. 
Other outlays in recreation, educational and cultural 
services such as outlays on golf, tennis and music 
lessons and other entertainment, however, may be 
substantially underreported, bearing in mind that the 
value of these transactions is usually small and pay- 
ment is mostly made in cash. They are estimated to 
range from $77 to $773 million in 1981. 

Personal goods and services 
The subcategories, jewellery, watches and repairs 
may contain misreporting by small jewellers and ar- 
tisans at craft fairs. The results of our sensitivity 
analysis show that underreporting here could range 
from $59 to $590 million. There may also be some 
unrecorded activity in personal care and restaurants 
and hotels. Proprietors of hair styling shops for men 
and women usually do a large cash business which 
may not be fully reported. The same applies for 
meals purchased in small restaurants. The unre- 
corded economy for both these items of expenditure 
is estimated to range from $45 to $448 million, and 
$146 to $1,461 million respectively in 1981. It 
should be noted that tips to hairstylists and waiters 
are included in GNE estimates for these items, and 
they are, therefore, also included in the above range 
of figures. 



construction estimates. Although a special adjust- 
ment for unrecorded activity is already included in 
GNE, recent growth in renovating and converting 
older houses may make this adjustment insufficient. 

A comparison of preliminary Family Expenditure 
Survey data for 1982 and GNE estimates for capital 
improvements indicates that there may be an under- 
coverage of some $3,000 million. This estimate has 
been taken as the maximum estimate of the poten- 
tial unrecorded economy in capital improvements. 3 ' 

The second category of business gross fixed capital 
formation, non-residential construction, consists of 
five main activities: (i) building, (ii) highways, 
bridges and streets, (iii) railway, (iv) energy and (v) 
other engineering such as docks, canals and water- 
works. Virtually all data necessary to construct esti- 
mates of non-residential construction in GNE are 
derived from Private and Public Investment in 
Canada, Outlook and Regional Estimates which is 
considered to be reasonably complete. However, for 
the usual reasons already noted, it may be that un- 
recorded activity is taking place in renovation of 
small commercial buildings. Our sensitivity analysis 
shows that it could range from $53 to $529 million 
in category (i) above. 

Machinery and equipment outlays include heavy 
equipment such as aircraft, railway rolling stock and 
so on. It is unlikely that there is an unrecorded 
economy here. 



2. Business Gross Fixed Capital Formation 

Business gross fixed capital formation includes: (i) 
residential construction, (ii) non-residential construc- 
tion and (iii) machinery and equipment. All three 
categories include an estimate both for work- 
put-in-place for new construction and capital altera- 
tions and improvements. 

The main sources of data employed to calculate res- 
idential construction, the Canada Mortgage and 
Housing Corporation's monthly starts and comple- 
tions survey and the Statistics Canada Building Per- 
mits survey render the work-put-in-place for new 
residential construction complete. 

Capital improvements, i.e. alterations and im- 
provements are also included in new residential 



3. Other 

With the exception of the estimate made for unre- 
corded capital improvements — residential, this cat- 
egory constitutes an arbitrary addition of 10 per 
cent to the sum of the estimates made in unre- 
corded personal expenditure and business gross 
fixed capital formation to account for any outlays 
missing in the sensitivity analysis. 

Table 5 summarizes the estimates prepared for the 
unrecorded economy from the expenditure side of 
the National Accounts. It is interesting to note that 
even with a 50 per cent across-the-board increase 
for the items identified, together with the estimates 
for capital improvements, GNE would be under- 
stated only by $1 1 ,91 2 million, or 3.5 per cent as a 
result of the unrecorded economy in these 
components. 



XIX 



TABLE 5. Sensitivity of GNE Due to Unrecorded Economy 



Assuming Understatement of 



5 per cent 


15 per 


cent 


25 per 


cent 


50 per cent 




(3 


MILLIONS) 








154 




462 




771 


1 ,542 


158 




474 




790 


1 ,580 


17 




50 




84 


167 


7 




20 




33 


65 


32 




95 




159 


318 


66 




197 




329 


658 


77 




232 




387 


773 


59 




177 




295 


590 


45 




134 




224 


448 


146 




438 




731 


1 ,461 


53 




159 




264 


529 


78 




234 




391 


781 


892 


2 


,672 


4 


,458 


8,912 


3,000 


3 


,000 


3 


,000 


3,000 


3,892 


5 


,672 


7 


,458 


11 ,912 


1 .2 




1.7 




2.2 


3.5 



Food 

Clothing 

Flowers 

Daycare 

Domestics 

Motor Vehicle Repairs 

Recreation 

Jewellery 

Hairstyling Including Tips 

Meals in Restaurants Including Tips 

Capital Improvements — Nonresidential 

Other 



Sub Total 

Capital Improvements 

Total Understatement 
Percentage of GNE 



Residential 



VI 



The unrecorded economy has been estimated both 
from the income and expenditure sides of the Cana- 
dian National Accounts. It would clearly be unwise 
to claim that the estimates have pinpointed accu- 
rately all unrecorded transactions, and, therefore, 
are of the same quality as other GNP and GNE pub- 
lished figures. There is indeed much scope for ar- 
gument about many of the assumptions underlying 
these calculations. 



The approach used to measure the unrecorded 
economy nonetheless provides some rough esti- 
mates of the order of magnitude of the unrecorded 
economy in Canada. It should also be recalled that 
on this basis GNP is estimated to be understated by 
between 2.9 and 3.5 per cent. Furthermore, it is 
hard to conceive how estimates could be much 
higher, given that the Government sector and large 
private and public corporations play such important 
roles in the economy. Estimates for the unrecorded 
economy made here for Canada also appear to be 
of the same general order of magnitude as some 
recent official National Accounts figures now ap- 
pearing in the U.S. and U.K. 






xx 



APPENDIX 

TABLE 1. Annual Earnings of Independent Wage Earners. 1981 ($) 



SOC — 4 Digit Level 



(1) (2) (3) (4) 

Not in the 
Employed Unemployed Labour Force Average' 



Examples of 
Unrecorded Activity 



1171 Accountants, Auditors and 

Other Financial Officials 4,538 2,174 

2141 Architects 5,373 1 ,955 

2792 Fine Arts Teachers NEC e.g. 



arts, music, violin 



3157 Denturists 

3315 Photographers and Camera 
Operators 



3332 Musicians and Singers 

3370 Coaches, Trainers and 
Instructors in Sports and 
Recreation e.g. golf 
instructors, tennis etc. 



3371 Referees and Related 
Officials 

4131 Bookkeepers and Accounting 
Clerks 



6123 Bartenders 

6125 Food and Beverage Service 
Occupations 

6143 Barbers, Hairdressers and 
Related Occupations, e.g. 
comesticians , facial 
operators 



6144 Guides 



6147 Child-care occupation 

6191 Janitors, Charworkers and 
Cleaners 

7195 Nursery and Related Workers 

8213 Baking, Confectionary, 

Baking-related Occupations 

8533 Electrical and Related 

Equipment, Installing and 
Repairing Occupations, NEC. 
e.g. automobile, 
electrician , stove , vacuum 
and dishwasher repairers 



3,753 



3,646 



1 ,916 

1 ,450 

1 ,994 

1 ,193 

894 

2,445 
1 ,062 

2,662 



1 ,309 



3,502 1,231 



1 ,150 



5,123 1,773 



2,817 1,046 



3,945 1,742 



2,946 1,141 



790 
673 

781 

744 

445 

966 
739 

1 ,114 



4,996 4,510 

4,904 5,261 

3,430 3,548 

5,328 4,616 

2,581 3,434 

3,324 4,622 



Income tax returns, 
bookkeeping etc. 

Design for home renovations 

Private art, music lessons, 
etc. 

Preparing of dental plates 
and bridges 

Photographer at weddings, 
parties , etc . 

Private performances for 
parties, weddings, etc. 



2,628 2,563 Private lessons 



807 2,734 

2,947 2,873 

1,708 1,751 

1,603 1,464 

1,691 1,724 

1,593 1,276 

3,759 1,843 

1,796 2,171 

882 853 



Refereeing of private sports , 
events e.g. make-up baseball 
football matches , etc . 

Income tax returns, private 
bookkeeping, etc. 

Unrecorded earnings and tips 
from private parties, e.g. 
weddings 

Private parties, e.g. 
weddings 



Work in private nursing 
homes, hospitals, homes, etc. 

Private tours, fishing 
expeditions 

Day-care centres in private 
homes 



Cleaning of households 
Private gardening 



2,942 2,681 Baking for private parties 



4,167 



1 ,639 



4,480 4,117 



Repairing of household 
appliances 



XXI 



TABLE 1, Annual Earnings of Independent Wage Earners 1981 ($)/concluded 



SOC - 4 Digit Level 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) (4) 

Not in the 
Employed Unemployed Labour Force Average' 



Examples of 
Unrecorded Activity 



8537 Radio and Television 
Repairers 

8541 Cabinet and Wood Furniture 
Makers 

8551 Patternmaking , Marking and 
Cutting Occupations: Textile, 
Fur and Leather Products 



3,183 1.275 



2,513 1,074 



2,546 1,044 



4,095 3,207 



3,427 2,551 



2,932 2,577 



Repairing of household radios 
and television sets 

Manufacturing and vending of 
custom-made furniture 

Manufacturing , vending and 
repairing of garments and 
coats 



8553 Tailors and Dressmakers 



8555 Furriers 

8557 Milliners, Hat and Cap 
Makers 

8561 Shoemaking and Repairing 
Occupations 

8562 Upholsterers 

8581 Motor Vehicle Mechanics and 
Repairers 

8587 Watch and Clock Repairers 

8589 Other Mechanics and 
Repairers, e.g. bicycle 
mechanics, locksmiths 

8591 Jewellery and Silverware 

Fabricating , Assembling and 
Repairing Occupations 

8595 Painting and Decorating 
Occupations 

8781 Carpenters and Related 
Occupations 



8782 Brick and Stone Masons and 
Tile Setters 

8783 Concrete Finishing and 
Related Occupations 

8784 Plasterers and Related 
Occupations 

8785 Painters, Paperhangers and 
Related Occupations 



8786 Insulating Occupations 
Construction 



8787 Roofing , Waterproofing and 
Related Occupations 

8791 Pipefitting , Plumbing and 
Related Occupations 

8795 Glaziers 



2 


319 


2 


921 


1 


722 


1 


920 


2 


674 


3 


224 


3 


352 



3,471 



Repairing, making and 
967 2,718 2,385 vending of clothing 

Repairing , manufacturing 
1,211 2,949 2,748 and vending of fur products 

Manufacturing and vending of 
815 2,891 2,138 ribbon, hats, etc. 

Repairing shoes, leather 
812 2,653 2,035 goods, etc. 

1,100 3.227 2,664 Repairing furniture 

1,295 3,880 3,188 Repairing cars, trucks, etc. 

1,305 3,745 3,376 Repairing watches and clocks 

Repairing bicycles, 
1,416 3,998 3,426 installing home locks, etc. 

Manufacturing, repairing and 













vending of jewellery, e.g. 


2,895 


1 


,406 


3,054 


2,782 


custom jewellery 
Home decorating and 


2,982 


1 


,241 


3,538 


2,878 


painting 

Building decks, additions, 


3,157 


1 


,261 


3,093 


3,024 


etc. 

Installing ceramic tiles; 
mosaic floors, terra-cotta 


3,464 


1 


,400 


3,111 


3,323 


masonry 

Building terraces, grouting. 


3,536 


1 


,446 


3,188 


3,413 


etc. 

Plastering in homes, 


3,357 


1 


,345 


2,910 


3,210 


installing insulation, etc. 
Home renovations, wall 


2,746 


1 


161 


2,974 


2,668 


papering, etc. 

Installing air conditioning, 
insulation, etc. in private 


2,861 


1 


457 


1,999 


2,706 


homes 

Installation and weather 
stripping and caulking in 


3,029 


1 


454 


2,782 


2,878 


private homes 

Repairing and maintenance of 


4,251 


1 


553 


3,071 


3,994 


pipes in private homes 
Installing windows in private 


3,096 


1 


156 


2,747 


2,740 


homes 



Sum of total unrecorded earnings of categories 1, 2 and 3 divided by the total of the number of individuals in ail three categories. 



XXII 



TABLE 2" Unrecorded Wages by Occupation/Industry 




COMMUNITY 
MANUFACTURING CONSTRUCTION TRADE BUSINESS AND 

PERSONAL SERVICES 



($ Millions) 



Major Group 41 

Clerical and Related 
Occupations 

Major Group 51 

Sales Occupations 

Major Group 61 
Service 
Occupations 

Major Group 83 

Machining and Related 
Occupations 

Major Group 85 

Product Fabricating , 
Assembling and Repairing 
Occupations 

Major Group 87 

Construction Trades 
Occupations 

Major Group 93 

Material Handling and 
Related Occupations, 
N.E.C. 



521 



780 



48 



66 



918 



109 



216 



34 



49 



55 



59 



732 



19 



408 



865 1,349 



984 



Does not add to total of unrecorded wages of employees in Table 1A on page XV because of exclusion of illegal immigrants and rounding. 



XXIII 



TABLE 3 Industry Major Groups 



END NOTES 



Manufacturing 

Leather Tanneries 

Shoe Factories 

Luggage, Handbag and Small Leather Goods 

Manufacturers 
Carpet, Matt and Rug Industry 
Mens Clothing Industries 
Women's Clothing Industries 
Children's Clothing Industry 
Fur Goods Industry 
Foundation Garment Industry 
Miscellaneous Clothing Industries 

Construction 

Building Construction 
Special Trade Constructions 

Trade 

Wholesalers 

Wholesalers of General Merchandise 

Wholesalers of Food 

Wholesalers of Drugs and Toilet Preparations 

Wholesalers of Apparel and Dry Goods 

Wholesalers of Motor Vehicles and Accessories 

Wholesalers of Hardware, Plumbing and Heating 

Wholesalers of Lumber and Building Materials 

Wholesalers of Scrap and Waste Materials 

Retailers 
Food Stores 

General Merchandise Stores 
Tire, Battery and Accessories Stores 
Motor Vehicle Dealers 
Motor Vehicle Repair Shops 
Shoe Stores 
Men's Clothing Stores 
Women's Clothing Stores 
Clothing and Dry Good Stores, n.e.s. 
Household Furniture and Appliance Stores 
Radio , Television and Appliance Stores 
Drug Stores 

Book and Stationary Stores 
Florist's Shops 
Jewellery Stores 
Watch and Jewellery Stores 
Liquor, Wine and Beer Stores 
Tabacconists 
Retail Stores, n.e.s. 

Community, Business and Personal Services 
Kindergartens and Nursery Schools 
Bowling Alleys and Billiard Parlours 
Shoe Repair Shops 
Barber and Beauty Shops 
Self Service Laundries and Cleaners 
Miscellaneous Personal Services 
Lodging Houses and Residential Clubs 
Restaurants, Caterers and Taverns 
Photographic Services, n.e.s. 
Miscellaneous Repair Shops 
Services to Buildings and Dwellings 



1 . Carol S. Carson provides synopses of several impor- 
tant articles in this area in "The Underground Economy: 
An Introduction ", Survey of Current Business, 64 May 
and July 1984, pp. 21-37 and 106-118. 

2. Vito Tanzi, "The Underground Economy in the United 
States: Annual Estimates, 1930-1980", Staff Papers, Inter- 
national Monetary Fund (Washington), Vol. 30, June 
1983, p. 302. 

3. Peter M. Gutmann, "The Subterranean Economy", Fi- 
nancial Analysts Journal, November — December, 1977, 
pp. 26-28. 

— -, "Professor Gutmann Replies," ibid., 1978 pp. 67-69. 
— -, "Statistical Illusions, Mistaken Policies," 
Challenge, November — December, 1979, pp. 14-17. 

4. Irwin Ross, "Why the Underground Economy is Boom- 
ing", Fortune, October 9, 1978, pp. 92-98. 

5. Edgar L. Feige, "How Big is the Irregular Economy"? 
Challenge, November — December, 1979, pp. 5-13. 

6. Vito Tanzi, "The Underground Economy in the United 
States: Estimates and Implications", in The Underground 
Economy in the United States and Abroad, Tanzi ed., 
Lexington Books, P.C. Heath and Co., 1982. 

7. Rolf Mirus and Roger S. Smith, "Canada's Irregular 
Economy", in Canadian Public Policy (Summer 1981) pp. 
444-453. 

8. Andrew Dilnot and C. N. Morris, "What do we know 
about the Black Economy"? in Fiscal Studies, No. 2, 
March 1981, pp. 163-169, Chapter 10, Tanzi op. cit. 

9. Mark Tucker, "The Underground Economy in Austra- 
lia", in Tanzi ed. op. cit., pp. 315-322. 

10. Jan Klovland, "In Search of the Hidden Economy: Tax 
Evasion and the Demand for Currency in Norway and 
Sweden". Discussion Paper 18/80, Berge: Norwegian 
School of Economics and Business Administration. 

1 1 . Quoted in Jiri Skolka, "A Few Facts about the Hidden 
Economy", unpublished paper presented at a seminar on 
The Unofficial Economy: Consequences and Policies in 
the West and East, Department of Economics, University 
of Trento, December 3-4, 1984. 

12. See Kerrik Macafee, "A Glimpse of the Hidden Econ- 
omy in the National Accounts", Economic Trends, No. 
316, February 1980, pp. 81-87. 

13. Op. cit. 

14. Denison also evaluates sources to compile National 
Income and Product Accounts estimates to determine 
their possible understatement due to the unrecorded 
economy. Denison concludes that GNP in the National 
Income and Product Accounts fully reflects the value of 
all transactions in the U.S. economy. Edward F. Denison, 
"Is Growth Understated Because of the Underground 
Economy? Employment Ratios Suggest Not", The Review 
of Income and Wealth, Series 28, Number 1 , March 
1982, pp. 1-16. 

15. James D. Smith, Jerry Moyer and Eileen Trzcinski, 
"The Measurement of Selected Income Flows in Informal 
Markets". The study was summarized in Income Tax 
Compliance Research: Estimates for 1973-1981 and in 
papers by the study's authors. Quoted in Carson, op. cit.. 

16. A. Franz, "Estimates of the Hidden Economy in Aus- 
tria on the Basis of Official Statistics", unpublished paper 
presented at the International Association for the Review 
of Income and Wealth Conference, Luxemburg, August 
21-27, 1983. 

1 7. R. Rose "Getting by in the Three Economies: The Re- 
sources of the Official, Unofficial and Domestic Econo- 
mies", Studies in Public Policy, November, pp. 2-39, No. 
1 10, Centre for the Study of Public Policy, University of 
Strathclyde, Glasgow, 1983. 



XXIV 



Op. cit.. pp. 21-22. 

See Oli Hawvrylyshyn, Estimating the Value of House- 
hold Work in Canada, 1971, Statistics Canada, Cat. 13- 
566E, Occasional, June 1978, and J.S. Swinamer "The 
Value o< Household Work in Canada, 1981". Canadian 
Statistical Review, March 1 985. Statistics Canada, Publi- 
cation Cat. 11-003E. 

It should be noted that while the United Nations Sys- 
tem of National Accounts (UNSNA) in 1968 (ST/STAT- 
/Ser.F/2/Rev./3) does not refer to the treatment of crim- 
inal activities, previous UNSNA'S 
(ST/STAT/Ser./2/2/Rev.1), 1960 and (ST/STAT/Ser- 
.F/2/Rev.2), 1964 included criminal activities in produc- 
tion. Recent meetings of UN National Accounts experts, 
however, have recommended that it might be desirable to 
include criminal activities as a below-the-line item every 
four to five years. 
Op. cit., p. 24. 

The Standard Occupational Classification categorizes 
occupations at three different levels. A two digit SOC 
generally encompasses a broad occupational field such 
as Service Occupations (61). A three digit SOC, on the 
other hand, further sub-divides a two digit SOC into 
smaller groups such as Food and Beverage Preparation 
and Related Service Occupations (612). Finally, a four 
digit SOC refers to a specific occupation such as Bar- 
tenders (6123). 

An SIC group is defined as a group of operating units, 
e.g. establishments engaged in the same or similar kind 
of economic activity. The term industry is used in its 
broadest sense to include all economic activity from pri- 
mary industries such as agriculture to the rendering of 
services and the various levels of government. The SIC 
also provides a more disaggregated grouping at the two 
and three digit levels. 

Louis A. Ferman, Louise E. Berndt and Elaine Selo, 
"Analysis of the Irregular Economy; Cash Flow in the In- 
formal Sector (A Summary Report)", unpublished report 
to the Bureau of Employment and Training, Michigan 
Department of Labour, March 1978, quoted in Barry 
Molefsky — "America's Underground Economy," in V. 
Tanzi ed. op. cit. Chapter 3 p. 67. Contrary to the expec- 
tations of many writers in this field who see the unre- 
corded economy as the alternative to formal employment 
unrecorded work emerges from this study as typically a 
complement to formal work. Workers would frequently 
find unrecorded employment, because of low formal 
wages or because of the intense dissatisfaction with their 
work, but not because of the lack of any sort of formal 
job; unrecorded workers who were formally unemployed 
were in a minority. Although this study was limited only 
to a random sample of Detroit households so the results 
need not necessarily throw light on behaviour outside 
that city, they nevertheless do give us some feel for the 
characteristics of work in the unrecorded economy. 
Ibid. 

In order to calculate the average hourly wage for the 
SOC/SIC cross-classification and the forty, four digit 
SOC's respectively, an estimate was required for hours 
worked per week and weeks worked per year. However, 
because the 1981 Census only provides ranges for hours 
and weeks worked at this level of industrial and occupa- 
tional detail, mid-points of the ranges selected were 
taken as proxies for averages. 
It should be recalled that the estimate of "off- 
the-books" wages of unrecorded employees was based 
on establishments with 20 employees or less. While it is 
not possible to estimate the annual sales of these estab- 
lishments, rough calculations make it appear unlikely that 
they would amount to more than $500,000 in annual 
sales. 

Another way to estimate the concealed income of the 
self-employed is to compare their expenditure with those 
individuals who are employed at the same income levels. 
This was the approach undertaken by Andrew Dilnot and 
C. N. Morris in Tanzi ed. op. cit. Chapter 10, pp. 163- 



29. 



30. 



31. 



169. The approach is based on the contention that busi- 
nessmen have more opportunities to conceal income 
from public authorities, and that this additional unre- 
corded income finds its way back into recorded expendi- 
ture. A comparison of the expenditure of the self- 
employed and employed for the same incomes (normal- 
ized by family size, age, etc.) revealed that the self- 
employed, on average, had higher recorded outlays. The 
difference in expenditure between the self-employed and 
employed was taken as a proxy for concealed income. 
Analysis of Canadian consumer income and expenditure 
data did not demonstrate that the self-employed have 
higher outlays than employed individuals with the same 
annual income. 

Data on personal expenditure on goods and services 
and business gross fixed capital formation are published 
in National Income and Expenditure Accounts, Statistics 
Canada, Cat. 13-001. 

Outlays on child care are currently being investigated 
for the forthcoming historical revision of the Canadian 
System of National Accounts. 

Capital improvements are also being investigated for 
the historical revision. 



SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY* 

1. Blades, Derek, "Crime: What Should be In- 
cluded in the National Accounts and What 
Difference Would It Make?" Presented at In- 
ternational Conference on The Economics of 
the Shadow Economy, University of Bielefeld, 
October 10-14, 1983. 

Carson, S. Carol, "The Underground Econ- 
omy: An Introduction", Survey of Current Bus- 
iness, (May and July, 1984). 

Denison, Edward F., "Is U.S. Growth Under- 
stated Because of the Underground Econ- 
omy? Employment Ratios Suggest Not". The 
Review of Income and Wealth, Series 
28,2(March 1982); 1-16. 

Dilnot, Andrew, and Morris, C.N., "What Do 
we Know About the Black Economy in the 
United Kingdom?" Fiscal Studies 2 (March 
1981), pp. 163-179. (Chapter 10, Tanzi 
book). 

Franz, Alfred, "Estimates of the Hidden Econ- 
omy in Austria on the Basis of Official Statis- 
tics", The Review of Income and Wealth, Se- 
ries 31, No. 4, (December 1985), pp. 
325-336. 



Fisher, Norman W.F., An Expenditure Ap- 
proach to Estimation of the Hidden Economy 
and Informal Labour Market, Working Paper 
No. 12, Bureau of Labour Market Research, 
Canberra, February, 1983. 



xxv 



Frey, Bruno S., and Pommerehne, Werner W., 
"The Hidden Economy: State and Prospects 
for Measurement". The Review of Income and 
Wealth Series 30, 1 (March 1983), 23-44. 



Rose, Richard, "Getting by in the Three Econ- 
omies", Studies in Public Policy, November, 
No. 110, Centre for Study of Public Policy, 
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 1983. 



Macafee, Kerrick, "A Glimpse of the Hidden 
Economy in the National Accounts". Eco- 
nomic Trends (London), No. 316 (February 
1980), pp. 81-87 or (Chapter 9, Tanzi book). 
Updated in Economic Trends, No. 360 (Octo- 
ber 1983), pp. 77-78. 



Tanzi, Vito, The Underground Economy in the 
United States and Abroad, Lexington Massa- 
chusetts: Lexington Books, D.C. Heath and 
Co., 1983. 



O'Higgins, Michael, "Measuring the Hidden 
Economy: A Review of Evidence and Method- 
ologies". Paper presented at the Outer Circle 
Policy Unit Seminar on Tax Evasion, Bath, 
England, March, 1980. 



'For a complete bibliography, see Carol S. Carson's 
papers. 



XXVI 



Section 1 ■ Selected Economic Indicators 
Analytical Summary 

1.7 Charts 

8.11 Analytical Summary 

12 Business Leading Indicators for Canada 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Billions ol dollars* 
500 

480 1 Current Dollars 

460 
440 
420 
400 



(Ratio Scale) 




Percentage Change 
6 



130 



300 



Gross National Product 




5 Current Dollars 

























Personal Expenditure on Consumer Goods and Services 

110 

100 
90 
80 

70 
36 
34 
32 
30 
28 

26 

Total Gross Fixed Capital Formation 

Implicit Price Indexes, 1971 = 100 

340 
330 
320 
310 
300 
290- 



320- 

310 

300 

290- 

280- 



320 
310 
300 
290 
280 



— 6 1971 Dollars 




— 


— 




— 


— 


^ 


— 


— 


_^^ 


— 


— 




— 





















— -"" 






7 Gross National Expenditure 


























8 Personal Expenditure on Consumer Goods and Services 



























9 Business Gross Fixed Capital Formation 
1984 1985 

* At Annual Rates 




3 ■ 

ol 

-3- 





1986 



1984 



1985 



1986 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 

Gross Domestic Product by Industry, Quarterly, in 1971 Constant Prices 



(Ratio Scale) 




Percentage Change 
6 



31 
30 
29 
28 
27 
26 
25 



1 Gross Domestic Product 



2 Manufacturing 




6 Index of Industrial Production 1971 = 100 

Canadian Balance of International Payments 

Millions of Dollars, Quarterly 
2.000 




Net Official Monetary Movements 

(Arithmetic Scale) Millions of Dollars, Quarterly 
3,000 




(Arithmetic Scale) 




7 Current Account Balance 

1984 1985 



1986 



1984 



1985 



1986 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Millions of dollars 



Ratio Scale) 




1 Total Labour Income 



Wages and Salaries 

4,300 




5 Services 



Labour Force Survey 

Thousands of Persons 

15,000 

14,000 

13,000 — — — - 

12,000 ~ 



6 Labour Force 




7 Employed 



1,600 
1 ,400 
1,200 

1,000 







8 Unemployed 




9 Unemployment Rate 
1984 



Percentage change 
4 




J J 








1 "^n 


■ 








Labour Force Survey 

Percentage Change 
2 




1985 



1986 



1984 



1985 



1986 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Employment Survey, Total Number of Employees 
by Industry Group 

Thousands of Persons 
950 



2 Manufacturing 



45 
43 



39 

37 
35 
33 
31 
29 
27 

170 
160 
150 
140 



330 
320 
310 




7^\ 



3 Construction 



4 Trade 



(Ratio Scale) 
















\S 








5 Community, Business and Personal Service 
Dollars per Hour 



(Arithmetic Scale) 




Percentage Change 
6- 



7 Average Weekly Hours in Manufacturing 
1984 1985 



15 
12 

9- 

6 

3 

0' 
-3 

:| 

-12 ■ 
-15 

6 

3 

0' 
-3 
-6 

6 

3 

■ 
-3 
-6 

6 
3 

ol 

-3 

6 
3 


-3 
-6- 









ih 


_j - ^_ - 






^^ T 










1 


























2 








^| 














K 






















1 ■ 






1 






■ 




3 


_ 
























4 














1 ■ 










5 




















6 












| 















1986 



1984 



1985 



1986 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Ratio 
2.4 — 



(Ratio scale) 



2.0 
1.6 

1.2 



Percentage Change 
30 



1 Ratio of Manufacturing Inventories Owned to Shipments 
Thousands of Units 
130 




2 New Passenger Car Sales 
Millions of Dollars 

2,000 
1,800 
1,600 
1,400 
1,200 

1,000 

3 Building Permits Total 
Thousands of Units 

260 

220 
180 



140 





100 



4 New Dwelling Units Started (Centres of 10,000 and Over) 

Value of Retail Trade 

Millions of Dollars 




7,000 



8 Merchandise Imports* 



1984 
Balance of payments basis. 



1985 



1986 



-10 



-20 



-30 




30 



20 



10 



-10 



-20 



































Selected Economic Indicators 



Millions of tonnes 
26 



(Adjusted for Seasonality) 



(Ratio Scale) 




2 Three-Month Treasury Bill Yield 



Percentage Change 
12 



(Adjusted for Seasonality) 





Price Indexes 

4 



(Not Adjusted for Seasonality) 



3 Govt, of Canada Average Bond Yield (10 Years and Over) 



Price Indexes 

Indexes, 1981 = 100 
140 



(Not Adjusted for Seasonality) 



130- 



120 - 



110 - 



4 Consumer Price Index, All Items 





110 



5 Food 



Index, 1981 = 100 
140 




6 Industrial Product Price Indexes - 
All Manufacturing Industries 

1984 1985 



1986 



1984 



1985 



1986 



Section 1 




















t 


tpril 1986 


Selected 


economic 


indicators 


—analytics 


summary 1 




















Personal expenditure 






Implicit price indexes 












Personal 












on consumer goods 


Total gross 


Gross 


expend- 




Gross domestic 


product 


Years, 


Gross national 


product 


and services 




fixed capital 


formation 


national 


iture on 


Total 


constant (1971 


prices 


quarters 














expenditure 


consumer 


gross fixed 






and 


Current 


1971 


Current 


1971 


Current 


1971 


1971 


goods and 


capital 




Manu- 


months 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


services 


formation 


Total 


facturing 


Section/ 
























Table 


S3/T1 1 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1 2 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1 2 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T2.1 


S3/T2.1 




( 




$000,000 






) 


( 


1971 =100 


) 


( $000,000 ) 


1966 


61 ,828 


74,844 


36,890 


43.778 


15,361 


18,015 


82.6 


84.3 


85.3 






1967 


66.409 


77,344 


39,972 


45,863 


15.628 


17.942 


85.9 


87.2 


87.1 






1968 


72,586 


81,864 


43,704 


48,138 


15,754 


17,964 


88.7 


90.8 


87.7 






1969 


79,815 


86,225 


47,492 


50,353 


17,232 


18,850 


92.6 


94.3 


91.4 






1970 


85,685 


88,390 


50,327 


51,526 


18,015 


18,904 


96.9 


97.7 


95.3 






1971 


94,450 


94,450 


55,616 


55.616 


20.800 


20.800 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


83,260.5 


19,040.9 


1972 


105,234 


100,248 


62,208 


59.841 


23.051 


21.955 


105.0 


104.0 


105.0 


88,143.1 


20.516.3 


1973 


123,560 


107,812 


71.278 


63,879 


27.848 


24,384 


114.6 


111.6 


114.2 


95,028.4 


22.674.0 


1974 


147,528 


1 1 1 ,678 


83,388 


67,160 


34,260 


25,694 


132.1 


124.2 


133.3 


99.347.2 


23,497.2 


1975 


165,343 


113,005 


96,995 


70,645 


40,044 


26,661 


146.3 


137.3 


150.2 


100,282.6 


22.122.5 


1976 


191,857 


119.612 


1 1 1 ,657 


75.180 


44.927 


27.731 


160.4 


148.5 


162.0 


105.415.6 


23.519.2 


1977 


210.189 


121,988 


123.565 


77,009 


48.376 


27.606 


172.3 


160.5 


175.2 


108,329.6 


23.968.8 


1978 


232,21 1 


126.347 


136,532 


79,038 


52.482 


27.585 


183.8 


172.7 


190.3 


1 1 1 ,879.3 


25,136.8 


1979 


264,279 


130.362 


152,088 


80,607 


60,921 


29,448 


202.7 


188.7 


206.9 


116,295.9 


26,587.7 


1980 


297,556 


131,765 


170,179 


81,445 


69,196 


30,461 


225.8 


208.9 


227.2 


117,779.7 


25,809.1 


1981 


339.797 


136,108 


193.280 


82.807 


82,058 


32,401 


249.7 


233.4 


253.3 


121,053.2 


26,078.1 


1982 


358,302 


130,065 


209.974 


81.144 


79.330 


29.265 


275.5 


258.8 


271.1 


115.888.5 


23,103.4 


1983 


389.844 


134,361 


229.184 


83.697 


76.448 


27.609 


290.1 


273.8 


276.9 


118.983.8 


24,385.6 


1984 


420.870 


141,097 


247,113 


86,790 


78,489 


27,804 


298.3 


284.7 


282.3 


124.855.5 


26.389.6 


1985 




















130,253.8 


27.601 .7 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



1983 3 


3.5 


1.8 


2.8 


1.3 


0.0 


-0.3 


1.6 


1.5 


0.4 


1.6 


3.2 


4 


1.1 


1.3 


2.1 


0.9 


-0.3 


-0.7 


-0.2 


1.2 


0.4 


1.5 


5.0 


1984 1 


1.8 


1.0 


1.9 


1.0 


1.6 


1.1 


0.8 


0.9 


0.5 


1.0 


0.3 


2 


2.1 


0.7 


1.4 


0.8 


0.5 


-0.1 


1.4 


0.6 


0.7 


0.7 


0.4 


3 


1.4 


1.6 


1.0 


0.0 


1.3 


1.2 


-0.2 


1.0- 


0.2 


1.6 


3.5 


4 


1.5 


0.8 


22 


1.5 


08 


0.0 


0.7 


0.8 


0.9 


0.7 


-0.5 


1985 1 


2.4 


1.0 


2.9 


1.4 


2.1 


0.8 


1.4 


1.4 


1.3 


0.7 


0.1 


2 


1.8 


0.8 


2.4 


1.5 


5.5 


4.5 


1.0 


08 


1.0 


1.1 


1.7 


3 


2.1 


1.7 


2.7 


1.7 


4.0 


3.6 


0.4 


0.9 


0.4 


1.5 


2.8 


4 


1.9 


1.3 


2.5 


1.5 


2.4 


1.4 


0.6 


1.0 


1.1 


1.4 


0.9r 



'Information in this Section is selected from the sections and tables of the Review; for example, Section 3, Table 1.1 is identified as S3/T1.1. 

* Actual data 

Note Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and Tables 

identified at the head of the data columns. 



April 1986 

Selected economic indicators— analytical summary 



Section 1 /Continued 



Gross domestic product 
























constant (1971) prices 




Balance of international payments 






Wages and 


salaries 










Community 
























business 


Index 






Statis- 


Net 












Years, 






and 


of 


Current 


Net 


tical 


official 


Total 










quarters 






personal 


industrial 


account 


capital 


discrep- 


monetary 


labour 


Manu- 


Con- 






and 


Construction 


Trade 


services 


production 


balance 


movement 


ancy 


movements 


income 


facturing 


struction 


Trade 


Services 


months 




























Section/ 


S3/T2 1 


S3/T2.1 


S3/T2.1 


S3/T2.2 


S3/T3.1 


S3/T33 


S3/T33 


S3/T33 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


Table 


( 


$000,000 


)(1971 =100) 


( 








$000,000 








) 












-1,162 


985 


-182 


-359 


31.877.8 


8,8898 


2,686.3 


4,098.3 


5.9092 


1966 










-499 


1,020 


-501 


20 


35,303.1 


9,530.1 


2,833.1 


4,493.1 


6,973 1 


1967 










-97 


1.230 


-784 


349 


38,444.4 


10,157.1 


2,899.4 


4.914.0 


7.918.3 


1968 










-917 


1,201 


-219 


65 


43,064.7 


11,088.2 


3.243.2 


5.549.7 


9,220.6 


1969 










1,106 


811 


-387 


1,663 


46,705.9 


11,588.8 


3,435.9 


6.053.6 


10.388.8 


1970 


5,846.4 


9,805.9 


16,081.0 


100 


431 


1,694 


-1.348 


896 


51,528.3 


12.293.4 


4,214.9 


6,561.9 


11,576.0 


1971 


6,021.0 


10,774.1 


16,8482 


107.6 


-386 


2,060 


-1.455 


336 


57,570.0 


13.580.9 


4,580.9 


7.413.5 


12,902 7 


1972 


6,201.9 


11,751.1 


17,606.2 


119.0 


108 


75 


-650 


-467 


66,501.1 


15,527.8 


5,611.4 


8.523.7 


14,741.7 


1973 


6,4463 


12.7002 


18,614.0 


122.8 


-1.460 


2,351 


-867 


24 


79,846.4 


18,124.6 


6,730.3 


10,193.1 


17,622.3 


1974 


6,779.6 


12,992.6 


19.481.8 


115.5 


-4,757 


5,555 


-1,203 


-405 


93,299.3 


19,932 7 


8,121.0 


11,985.6 


21,087 7 


1975 


7,111.1 


13.586.3 


20,369.5 


122.6 


-4.109 


8.398 


-3.767 


522 


109,053.4 


22,822 1 


8,530.8 


13,627.3 


25,0882 


1976 


7.035.7 


13,855.4 


20,7099 


125.7 


-4.334 


5,174 


-2,261 


-1 ,421 


120,508 4 


24,7436 


9,261.8 


14,449.7 


27,995.3 


1977 


6.901.3 


14.4289 


21,366.8 


129 9 


-4,917 


4,744 


-3,126 


-3,299 


131,702.4 


27,197.5 


8,954.9 


15,590.1 


30,918.8 


1978 


7,108.6 


14.9982 


22,007.6 


137.9 


-4,840 


9.161 


-2,630 


1.908 


148,256.3 


31,062.8 


9,638.5 


17,629.0 


34,580.6 


1979 


7.042.0 


15.023.4 


22.740.3 


135.9 


-1,114 


941 


-1,323 


-1,280 


167,936.4 


34,283.5 


10,4179 


19.979.8 


39,8027 


1980 


7,447.6 


15,212.8 


23.861 .0 


136.5 


-6,065 


15,955 


-8,675 


1,425 


194.074.3 


39,013.6 


12,372.5 


22,574.5 


46,191 


1981 


6,718.5 


14,181.8 


24,133.6 


123.0 


2,665 


-1,750 


-1,610 


-695 


207,594.1 


39.096.0 


11,610.9 


23.3084 


51,818.1 


1982 


6,368.7 


15.377.0 


23,868.6 


1292 


1.686 


3,681 


-4,818 


548 


218.962 6 


41.485.5 


11,388.3 


24.0473 


54,6194 


1983 


6.2109 


16,339.1 


24,802.0 


140.5 


2.553 


2,754 


-6.396 


-1,089 


232,219.2 


43.942.0 


11.263.1 


25,693.0 


58.018 3 


1984 


6.5704 


17,483 5 


25,6864 


146.8 


-2,648 


4,549 


-3.253 


-1,352 












1985 



Percentage change from previous quarter 











(*) 


(*) 


(*) 


C) 














-4.0 


3.5 


0.6 


3.5 


-288 


2,546 


-2,616 


263 


2.0 


39 


1.1 


2.5 


1.4 


3 1983 


1.9 


1.3 


0.2 


4.7 


39 


-1,065 


-168 


-469 


1.0 


0.5 


-6.0 


1.1 


1.5 


4 


0.4 


1.0 


1.9 


0.6 


80 


1,000 


-745 


-1.260 


0.8 


-04 


-08 


0.1 


1.2 


1 1984 


0.7 


1.0 


07 


0.8 


404 


-601 


-1,339 


-1.539 


1.8 


1.9 


2.0 


2.9 


1.4 


2 


1.8 


1.0 


1.0 


3.1 


881 


2,036 


-2,511 


1.385 


1.8 


2.2 


2.5 


2.9 


1.5 


3 


1.1 


2.1 


1.2 


-0.1 


1,186 


318 


-1,800 


326 


1.5 


0.7 


0.7 


1.9 


1.4 


4 


0.8 


1.1 


1.0 


0.3 


424 


1,561 


-1,696 


-1.086 


1.6 


1.1 


0.2 


1.6 


21 


1 1985 


5.6 


1.5 


08 


1.2 


-205 


686 


-450 


-130 


19 


2.1 


8.2 


25 


20 


2 


2.6 


2.7 


0.3 


2.3 


-1,560 


999 


623 


784 


2.1 


2.3 


3.4 


1.5 


24 


3 


1.8r 


2.9 


0.7r 


1.3 


-1,307 


1,304 


-1.730 


-920 


1.4 


1.5r 


1.2/ 


1.1f 


09 


4 



Percentage change from previous month 



-27 
1.9 
0.0 
0.4 
0.9 
3.4 
-0.5 
-2.0 
0.0 
1.7 
08 

-0.9 
0.1 
0.2 
0.7 
0.0 
1.2 
1.5 
0.0 

-0.1 
0.9 
Olr 
0.1r 

0.1 



-0.2 
-0.3 
1.1 
1.1 
0.9 
1.1 
-0.2 
-0.3 
0.3 
1.3 
2.0 

-0.4 
0.1 
0.6 
0.6 
0.9 
0.6 
1.4 
01 

-0.4 
0.7 
0.7r 
1.4r 

00 



-1.0 


-0.1 


-1.3 


-0.6 


1.2 


1.1 


2.0 


1.2 


1.6 


1.8 


2.2 


1.2 


2.3 


-0.1 


0.3 


-0.4 


0.4 


0.6 


2.3 


-1.1 


2.1 


3.5 


1.3 


-3.3 


0.4 


0.5 


0.3 


4.1 


0.3 


5.3 


1.5 


-0.9 


1.4 


1.6 


3.2 


2.4 


3.0 


0.0 


0.7 


0.7 


0.4 


1.2 


2.6 


-2.1 


2.7r 


-2.9f 



-09 



-1.0 



0.1 


-0.1 


F 1984 


08 


09 


M 


1.1 


05 


A 


0.8 


0.6 


M 


20 


00 


J 


1.2 


1.3 


J 


0.5 


0.7 


A 


-0.6 


-1.2 


S 


04 


0.5 


O 


1.2 


1.4 


N 


2.8 


1.8 


D 


1.1 


-0.1 


J 1985 


0.0 


0.4 


F 


1.6 


1.0 


M 


0.5 


04 


A 


1.2 


08 


M 


0.5 


0.7 


J 


0.6 


1.3 


J 


06 


07 


A 


0.7 


-03 


S 


00 


0.4 


O 


1.1r 


03 


N 


24r 


0.9r 


D 


0.7 


-0.2 


J 1986 



• Actual data 

Note: Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated. Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and Tables 

identified at the head of the data columns 



Section 


1 /Continued 




















April 1986 


Selected economic indicators 


—analytical 


summary 




































Ratio of 






New 














Employees by industry 




Average 
hourly 


Average 
weekly 


manu- 
facturing 
inven- 






dwelling 
units 






Labour 


force 








Community 


New 




started 


Years, 














business 


earnings 


hours 


tories 


passen- 




centres of 


quarters 








Unem- 


Industrial 




and 


in 


in 


owned 


ger 


Building 


10.000 


and 






Unem- ployment 


aggre- 


Manu- Con- 


personal 


manu- 


manu- 


to ship- 


car 


permits 


and 


months 


Total 


Employed 


ployed 


rate 


gate 


facturing struction Trade 


service 


facturing 


facturing 


ments' 


sales 


total 


over) 


Section/ 




























Table 


S4/T3 


S4/T3 


S4/T3 


S4/T3 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 S4/T9 S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T15 


S4/T16 


S6/T1 


S6/T13 


S8/T1 


S8/T6 




( 000s ol persons ) 


% 


( 


OOO's of persons 


) 


S 


hours 




units 


$000,000 


units 


1966 


7,493 


7,242 


251 


3.4 












2.05 


694,820 


3.715.1 


108.329 


1967 


7,747 


7,451 


296 


3.8 












2.14 


679,435 


4.067.8 


131,858 


1968 


7,951 


7,593 


358 


4.5 












2.00 


741,915 


4.775.7 


162.267 


1969 


8,194 


7,832 


362 


4.4 












1.98 


760,803 


4.895.6 


169,739 


1970 


8,395 


7,919 


476 


5.7 












2.13 


640,360 


4.700.2 


150,999 


1971 


8,639 


8.104 


535 


6.2 












1.98 


780,762 


5.730.1 


180,948 


1972 


8,897 


8.344 


553 


6.2 












1.88 


858,959 


6.463.6 


206,954 


1973 


9,276 


8.761 


515 


5.5 












1.81 


970,828 


8.5589 


211,543 


1974 


9,639 


9,125 


514 


5.3 












1.92 


942,797 


9.280.1 


169,437 


1975 


9.974 


9,284 


690 


6.9 












2.12 


989,280 


10.598.0 


181.846 


1976 


10,203 


9.477 


726 


7.1 












2.02 


946,488 


12.199.3 


209,762 


1977 


10,500 


9.651 


849 


8.1 












1.99 


991 .398 


12.419.8 


200,201 


1978 


10,895 


9,987 


908 


8.3 












1.86 


988,890 


13.134.7 


178,678 


1979 


1 1 ,231 


10.395 


836 


7.4 












1.87 


1 .003,008 


14.143.8 


151,717 


1980 


1 1 ,573 


10.708 


865 


7.5 












2.03 


932,060 


15.452.1 


125,013 


1981 


11,904 


11,006 


898 


7.5 












2.05 


904.195 


18.735.5 


142,441 


1982 


1 1 ,958 


10,644 


1,314 


11.0 












2.19 


713.481 


12.788.8 


104,792 


1983 


12,183 


10,734 


1,448 


11.9 












1.84 


843.318 


14.571.3 


134,207 


1984 


12,399 


11,000 


1.399 


11.3 


8.654 


1,670 343 1.555 


2,891 


11.16 


38.5 


1.74 


971,210 


15,501.6 


110,874 


1985 


12,639 


11.311 


1.328 


10.5 


8.995 


1.704 384 1,621 


3,051 


11.59 


38.8 


1.69 


1,137.216 


19.523.9 


139,408 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



1983 4 


-0.2 


0.3 


-4.4 


-4.2 


-0.5 


-3.1 


-12.6 


1.8 


3.4 


2.1 


0.0 


(*) 
1.74/ 


12.7 


5.3/ 


0.0 


1984 1 


06 


0.4 


2.0 


1.5 


-3.3 


-5.7 


-20.5 


-4.3 


-0.7 


2.1 


1.0 


1.72 


4.4 r 


-3.2/ 


0.6 


2 


0.5 


0.5 


1.1 


0.3 


4.2 


3.5 


23.6 


6.3 


2.7 


1.1 


-0.5 


1.74r 


-2.4/ 


11.4/ 


-9.4 


3 


0.9 


1.0 


0.0 


-0.5 


1.8 


1.7 


15.9 


3.9 


-2.3 


0.4 


-0.3 


1.74/ 


0.1 / 


0.3/ 


13.7 


4 


0.3 


0.4 


-1.2 


-1.4 


0.4 


-2.6 


-6.0 


2.0 


4.3 


1.3 


-1.0 


1.74 


4.3 / 


-1.2/ 


-11.1 


1985 1 


0.3 


0.4 


0.0 


-0.2 


-1.0 


-1.0 


-17.5 


-1.2 


1.7 


1.3 


1.8 


1.72 


8.3 / 


-1.8r 


6.0 


2 


0.7 


1.3 


-4.1 


-5.1 


3.3 


4.1 


28.4 


1.2 


1.9 


0.4 


0.4 


1.71 


4.8/ 


28.2/ 


16.0 


3 


0.1 


0.5 


-2.6 


-2.5 


0.8 


2.0 


13.8 


-0.5 


-1.9 


0.3 


-0.4 


1.68/ 


1.6f 


5.8/ 


14.8 


4 


0.9 


10 


-0.1 


-0.9 


-0.7/ 


-2.3/ 


-9.3/ 


0.2/ 


2.7 


2.2/ 


-0.1/ 


1.62/ 


3.9/ 


-3.3 


8.5 



1986 1 1.0 1.5 -3.1 -4.2 

Percentage change from previous month 



1984 A 


0.1 


0.1 


0.0 


-0.8 


2.4 


2.8 


10.2 


3.8 


1.7 


0.8 


-1.0 


1.76/ 


-7.1/ 


15.0/ 


-2.8 


M 


0.6 


0.2 


3.9 


3.5 


2.2 


2.3 


14.5 


2.4 


09 


0.0 


0.3 


1.75/ 


7.3/ 


-3.8/ 


3.9 


J 


0.0 


0.5 


-4.7 


-5.1 


1.6 


1.8 


7.5 


3.2 


-0.8 


00 


0.5 


1.74/ 


-0.5/ 


9.5/ 


0.9 


J 


0.5 


0.7 


-1.1 


-0.9 


-0.5 


-0.3 


2.9 


0.6 


-3.5 


0.3 


-1.2 


1.75/ 


4.2/ 


4.0/ 


1.9 


A 


0.1 


-0.1 


2.1 


1.8 


0.3 


0.4 


3.5 


0.3 


0.1 


-0.3 


0.3 


1.74/ 


-6.6 r 


-12.1/ 


23.9 


S 


0.6 


0.1 


5.2 


4.5 


1.1 


-0.5 


1.8 


0.4 


4.1 


1.2 


1.0 


1.74/ 


-4.4/ 


0.3/ 


-15.5/ 


O 


-0.2 


0.2 


-3.9 


-3.4 


0.3 


-0.4 


-1.1 


0.4 


1.7 


0.0 


-1.8 


1.76/ 


11.9/ 


-0.5/ 


-6.1 


N 


0.2 


0.2 


0.1 


0.0 


-0.3 


-1.6 


-7.2 


0.9 


1.0 


1.0 


2.4 


1.73/ 


-7.1/ 


4.4/ 


-3.7 


D 


-0.1 


0.3 


-3.9 


-4.4 


-1.5 


-2.6 


-7.5 


1.9 


-2.4 


0.3 


-4.6 


1.74 


10.3/ 


9.5/ 


4.9 


1985 J 


0.2 


-0.1 


3.3 


3.7 


-0.4 


0.3 


-12.9 


-2.4 


1.9 


0.5 


3.8 


1.72/ 


4.8/ 


-9.2/ 


0.9 


F 


0.1 


0.3 


-1.5 


-1.7 


0.5 


1.5 


-0.6 


-0.9 


1.1 


0.2 


0.3 


1.71/ 


-3.1/ 


-3.0/ 


2.8 


M 


0.4 


0.3 


1.5 


0.9 


1.0 


0.1 


9.2 


0.9 


1.2 


0.4 


1.0 


1.72 


44/ 


8.0/ 


3.6 


A 


0.4 


0.7 


-2.4 


-2.7 


0.7 


1.3 


9.7 


0.4 


0.2 


0.1 


-0.2 


1.71/ 


3.4/ 


23.0/ 


16.4 


M 


0.2 


0.6 


-3.2 


-3.7 


1.9 


2.2 


12.1 


0.9 


0.9 


0.1 


0.0 


1.69/ 


-4.1/ 


-0.2/ 


-0.7 


J 


-0.2 


-0.2 


-0.4 


0.0 


1.4 


2.3 


7.0 


-0.1 


0.0 


-0.1 


-0.2 


1.71 


7.4/ 


0.6/ 


-8.9 


J 


0.2 


0.3 


-0.3 


0.0 


-1.0 


0.0 


3.9 


-0.9 


-3.1 


0.1 


-0.7 


1.69/ 


-6.8/ 


-1.8/ 


14.8 


A 


0.1 


0.2 


-0.6 


-0.9 


01 


0.0 


1.9 


0.5 


-0.6 


0.0 


0.3 


1.69/ 


9.1 


12.1/ 


7.1 


S 


-0.1 


0.1 


-1.7 


-1.9 


1.0 


-0.7 


-0.6 


-0.3 


4.1 


1.0 


1.0 


1.68/ 


-1.3/ 


-1.7/ 


6.0 


O 


0.6 


0.4 


2.0 


2.0 


-0.1 


-1.3 


-0.8 


0.1 


1.3 


09 


0.3 


1.66 


-1.6/ 


-0.6/ 


3.8 


N 


0.6 


0.7 


-0.3 


-0.9 


-0.5 


0.3 


-6.7 


0.6 


-0.3 


0.6 


0.3 


1.64/ 


3.6/ 


-4.4/ 


3.0 


D 


0.1 


0.2 


-1.5 


-1.9 


-2.5/ 


-2.1/ 


-13.8/ 


-0.7/ 


-2.6/ 


0.8/ 


-4.0r 


1.62/ 


3.5/ 


-7.0 


-10.5 


1986 J 


0.9 


1.1 


-1.3 


-2.0 


-0.1 


-0.1 


-4.1 


-0.6 


0.5 


0.3 


2.7 


1.59 


-7.9 




-11.1 


F 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


















25 




11.9 


M 


-0.2 


00 


-1.8 


-2.0 

























• Actual data 

Note Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and Tables 

identified at the head of the data columns. 

'Data from 1966-1969 are based on the 1960 Standard Industrial Classification; 1970-1980 (1970 SIC) and 1981 onwards (1980 SIC ) 



10 



April 1986 

Selected economic indicators— analytical summary 



Section 1 /Concluded 







Balance of payments 




















basis 


Total 
railway 




Govt of 
Canada 


Not 


seasonally adjusted 








Mer- 






Industrial 




Value of retail 


trade 


chandise 


revenue 


Three 


average 






product 








exports 

(including Mer- 


freight 
loadings 


month 
treasury 


bond 
yield 


Consumer 


Drice index 


price 
index; 


Years, 




Motor 


quarters 




vehicle 


re- chandise 


metric 


bill 


10 years 






manu- 


and 


Total 


dealers 


exports) imports 


tonnes 


yield 


and over 


All items 


Food 


facturing 


months 




















Section/ 


S10/T1 


S10/T1 


S11/T1.1 S11/T1.2 


S12/T1 


S13/T8 


S13/T8 


S5/T2 


S5/T2 


S5/T1.1 


Table 


( 


$000,000 ) 


000 tonnes 


% 


% 


( 1981 


= 100 ) (1981 =100) 




22.686 


4,338 




188,672 


5.00 


5.69 


35.2 


30.6 




1966 


24,155 


4,433 




185,927 


4.5S 


5.94 


36.5 


31.0 




1967 


25,711 


4,714 




192,458 


6.24 


6.75 


38.0 


32.0 




1968 


27,401 


4,796 




166,260 


7.14 


7.58 


39.7 


33.3 




1969 


28.034 


4,197 




187,979 


6.12 


7.91 


41.0 


34 1 




1970 


30,648 


4.925 


17,8770 15,314.0 


193,339 


3.62 


6.95 


42.2 


34.4 




1971 


33,930 


5.663 


20,129.0 18,272.0 


194,002 


3.55 


7.23 


44.2 


37.0 




1972 


38,335 


7,422 


25,461 .0 22,726.0 


218,246 


5.39 


7.56 


47.6 


42.4 




1973 


44,751 


8.303 


32,590.9 30,902.0 


222,032 


7.78 


8.90 


52.8 


49.4 




1974 


51,399 


10.184 


33,510.5 33,962.0 


207,477 


8.37 


9.04 


58.5 


55.8 




1975 


57,167 


1 1 ,058 


38,165 7 36,607.0 


218,869 


8.89 


9.18 


62.9 


57.3 




1976 


61.651 


1 1 ,750 


44,497.8 41,523.2 


227.805 


7.35 


8.70 


67.9 


62.0 




1977 


68.779 


13,480 


53,362.1 49,047.1 


219,598 


8.58 


9.27 


73.9 


71 6 




1978 


77.025 


15,421 


65,581.6 61,157.0 


238,094 


11.57 


10.21 


80.7 


81.0 




1979 


84.027 


15,698 


76,680.9 67,902.4 


236,163 


12.70 


12.48 


88.9 


89.8 




1980 


94,293 


16,547 


84,468.4 77,139.9 


229,979 


17.78 


15.22 


100.0 


100 


1000 


1981 


97,639 


14,413 


84,539.6 66,726.3 


199,721 


13 83 


14.26 


110.8 


107.2 


106.7 


1982 


106,243 


17,198 


90,825.0 73,119.9 


207,093 


9.32 


11.79 


117.2 


111.2 


110.4 


1983 


116,080 


20,847 


112,117.5 91,450.2 


239,816 


11.11 


12.75 


122.3 


117.4 


115.4 


1984 


128,427 


25,978 


120.094.8 103.278.1 


238,098 


9.46 


11.04 


127.2 


120 8 


118.5 


1985 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



3.1 


4.3 


1.9 


10.7 


5.6r 


(*) 
9 26 


(*) 
11.76 


1.6 


09 


1.1 


3 


1983 


2.2 


8.8 


9.4 


93 


7.1r 


9.69 


12.02 


09 


01 


04 


4 




2.7 


4.8 


61 


6.4 


1.5f 


10.22 


13.06 


1.2 


3.0 


1.8 


1 


1984 


2.3 


4.2 


5.1 


3.0 


3.1r 


11.74 


13.81 


0.9 


1.4 


1.3 


2 




1.0 


-0.8 


5.3 


63 


4.8r 


12.08 


12.63 


0.9 


0.9 


0.9 


3 




2.4 


4.9 


-0 1 


-2.7 


-0.9r 


10.13 


11.66 


0.7 


-0.7 


0.2 


4 




3.4 


9.3 


1.9 


4.2 


-3.5r 


11.08 


11.93 


1.2 


18 


1.2 


1 


1985 


2.5 


8.0 


0.7 


4.9 


0.1r 


9.35 


10.88 


1.1 


1.1 


0.5 


2 




2.7 


5.8 


-0.7 


4.7 


-1.2r 


8.95 


10.96 


09 


0.0 


0.0 


3 




2.8r 


1.7 


48 


16 


5.2r 


909 


10.06 


0.9 


-0.3 


0.7 


4 





Percentage change from previous month 



-0.5 


-2 1 


46 


46 


-5.2r 


10.22 


13.06 


0.2 


0.8 


0.7 


M 1984 


4.3 


5.2 


0.4 


-4.1 


6.5r 


10.56 


13.31 


0.2 


0.3 


0.6 


A 


-2.3 


-1.7 


48 


7.0 


1.4 


11.27 


13.93 


0.2 


-0.3 


0.1 


M 


1.0 


2.2 


-1.6 


-2.8 


-2.9r 


11.74 


13.81 


0.4 


1.3 


0.1 


J 


1.1 


-0.5 


4.4 


3.1 


4.7r 


12.81 


13.41 


0.6 


0.9 


0.9 


J 


-1.0 


-2.0 


1.1 


91 


2.4f 


12.21 


12 89 


0.0 


-0.7 


0.0 


A 


2.2 


06 


-0.8 


-89 


O.Or 


12.08 


12.63 


0.1 


-0.6 


0.0 


S 


0.4 


6.7 


2.8 


-0.7 


-2.6r 


11.83 


12.18 


0.2 


0.0 


0.0 


O 


10 


-2.3 


-3.0 


04 


6.3r 


10.92 


11.81 


0.6 


0.0 


0.3 


N 


0.5 


0.3 


-1.7 


3.4 


-8.8r 


10.13 


11.66 


0.1 


0.0 


0.3 


D 


0.5 


4.1 


1.3 


3.1 


0.8r 


9.52 


11.38 


0.4 


1.2 


0.6 


J 1985 


1.5 


3.7 


0.1 


-30 


-1.0r 


10.57 


12.30 


0.6 


1.1 


0.2 


F 


3.4 


92 


83 


23 


1.6r 


11.08 


11.93 


0.2 


-0.2 


0.6 


M 


-0.6 


0.9 


-26 


-0.2 


0.5r 


9.92 


11.50 


0.4 


1.2 


0.0 


A 


0.5 


-0.6 


-0.8 


49 


-1.1r 


9.56 


10.76 


0.2 


-0.7 


0.3 


M 


0.2 


1.0 


-42 


3.9 


-1.3r 


9.35 


10.88 


0.6 


0.6 


0.0 


J 


0.8 


2.1 


-74 


-1.9 


0.8r 


9.16 


10.91 


0.3 


0.6 


0.0 


J 


2.2 


4.5 


12.4 


35 


-2.8r 


9.02 


10.79 


0.2 


-0.5 


-0.1 


A 


04 


0.5 


6.7 


0.5 


3.5r 


8.95 


10.96 


0.2 


-1.0 


0.3 


S 


0.6 


-1.6 


2.2 


-3.3 


2.1r 


8.58 


10.72 


0.3 


-02 


0.3 


O 


1.7 


1.6 


-8.8 


8.3 


0.5f 


8.72 


10.34 


0.4 


0.5 


0.3 


N 


0.2r 


14 


2.3 


-5.2 


4.1r 


9.09 


10.06 


0.5 


1.3 


0.5 


D 


-0.1 


-0.8 


5.8 


94 


-0.6 


10.02 


10 49 


0.5 


1.6 


08 


J 1986 






-6.5 


09 


-1.0 


11.55 


9.96 


0.4 


-0.5 


-0.1 


F 



• Actual data 

Note Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and Tables 

identified at the head of the data columns 



11 



Sectionl /Concluded 

Business leading indicators for Canada, filtered data 1 



April 1986 



















Retail 




Ratio 




Percentage 












United 






trade 




shipments/ 




change in 




Composite 


index ot 


Average 




States 


Real 




furniture 




finished 


Index 


price per 




10 leading 


indicators 


work week 


Residential 


composite 


money 


New orders 


and 


New motor 


inventories 


of 


unit labour 








manufactur- 
ing (hours) 


construction 
index 2 


leading 
index 


supply 
(M1)> 


durable 
goods 


appliance 
sales 


vehicle 
sales 


manufac- 
turing 


stock 

prices 4 


cost manu- 


Month 


filtered 


not tittered 


facturing 


D 


99475 


99540 


99476 


99477 


99478 


99479 


99480 


99481 


99482 


99483 


99484 


99485 




1971 = 


100 ) 




1971 =100 


1967=100 


( $1971 


millions ) 


( $1971 thousands ) 






% 


1984 J 


152.75 


157.3 


38.73 


68.8 


162.99 


10,470.0 


3,291.4 


107,932 


534,658 


1.60 


2,260.2 


0.70 


F 


154.53 


157.8 


38.73 


67.1 


164.05 


10,437.3 


3,318.0 


107,983 


550.910 


1.61 


2,256.5 


0.76 


M 


156.33 


1602 


38.72 


66.0 


165.10 


10,407.1 


3,323.3 


108,074 


563,780 


1.61 


2,235.5 


0.85 


A 


157.94 


160 4 


38 66 


65.0 


166.12 


10,385.5 


3,303.4 


108,766 


568.260 


1.62 


2,196.2 


0.94 


M 


159 24 


160.6 


38.61 


65.0 


166.99 


10,372.7 


3,289.4 


108,837 


571,602 


1.61 


2,141.4 


1.01 


J 


160 22 


160 9 


38.59 


65.9 


167.47 


10,356.2 


3.275.0 


108,489 


573.498 


1.61 


2,087.3 


1.06 


J 


160 73 


159.8 


38.57 


66.9 


167.26 


10,321.9 


3.263.6 


108,231 


577,375 


1.61 


2,038.9 


1.10 


A 


161.08 


161.1 


38.56 


67.9 


166.76 


10,265.6 


3,288.1 


107,455 


577,624 


1.62 


2,023.6 


1.12 


S 


161 19 


160.4 


38.55 


68.3 


166.32 


10,219.6 


3,287.3 


107,645 


574,202 


1.62 


2,026.5 


1.10 


O 


160 79 


157.7 


38.44 


67.6 


165.78 


10,197.7 


3,295.8 


108,145 


577,005 


1.61 


2.044.3 


1.03 


N 


160.35 


159 3 


38.45 


66.8 


165.37 


10,174.1 


3,311.8 


109,677 


580,437 


1.61 


2.074.1 


0.92 


D 


159.77 


158.0 


38.45 


65.8 


164.96 


10.148.9 


3.345.7 


111,534 


590,934 


1.61 


2,115.7 


0.79 


1985 J 


159.31 


158.9 


38.46 


66.9 


164.90 


10,133.8 


3,357.6 


1 1 1 ,468 


604,469 


1.62 


2.186.7 


0.63 


F 


158.76 


157.2 


38.46 


68.2 


165.23 


10,102.7 


3,358.8 


1 1 1 ,232 


615,298 


1.62 


2.264.6 


0.45 


M 


158.32 


157.9 


38.51 


69.2 


165.77 


10,086.7 


3,365.6 


1 1 1 ,966 


627.267 


1.62 


2,328.1 


0.26 


A 


157.83 


156.6 


3857 


71.1 


166.23 


10,057.8 


3.376.3 


112,766 


640.666 


1.62 


2,376.2 


0.08 


M 


157 62 


158.4 


38.66 


73.5 


166.66 


10,054.1 


3,385.6 


113,160 


652.344 


1.62 


2,428.9 


-0.09 


J 


157.77 


159 6 


38.73 


75.5 


167.03 


10,066.9 


3.407.8 


113,467 


667,739 


1.62 


2,481.4 


-0.23 


J 


158.43 


162.1 


38.79 


78.4 


167.41 


10,085.9 


3,440.5 


113,584 


678.855 


1.63 


2,538.3 


-0.32 


A 


159 80 


165.7 


38.83 


83.1 


167.86 


10,127.2 


3,504.1 


113.840 


692.661 


1.64 


2,588.0 


-0.36 


S 


161 43 


165.9 


38.86 


88.7 


168.38 


10,196.1 


3,530.0 


114,770 


710.248 


1.65 


2,602.1 


-0.36 





163.39 


168 9 


38 88 


92.9 


169.06 


10,278.3 


3.558.0 


116,668 


722,192 


1.65 


2,602.7 


-0.32 


N 


165.63 


171.5 


38.94 


95.1 


169.78 


10,370.6 


3,593.6 


118,645 


735,166 


1.66 


2,617.7 


-0.28 


D 


16801 


173.5 


39.06 


94.7 


170.77 


10,449 8 


3,649.2 


120,667 


753,743 


1.67 


2,651.3 


-0.25 



'In general the term filtering refers to removing, or filtering out. movements of the data that repeat themselves with roughly the same frequency 'Composite Index of Housing Starts 

(units). Building Permits (dollars), and Mortgage Loan Approvals (number). "Deflated by the Consumer Price Index 'Toronto Stock Exchange (300 Stock Index excluding oil and gas 

component). 

Source: Quarterly Economic Summary: Statistical Supplement (Cat. 13-007E), Statistics Canada. For more information on filtering consult Quarterly Economic Summary, STC 

(Cat. 13-006). 



12 



Section 2 * Population Statistics 

14 1. Population by Province 

14 2. Immigration to Canada, by Country of Last Permanent Residence 

15 3. Immigration to Canada, by Province of (Intended) Destination 

15 4. Immigration to Canada, by (Intended) Occupational Group 

16 5. Births, by Province 
16 6. Deaths, by Province 
16 7. Marriages, by Province 



13 



Section 2 


—Tables 1 


and 2 




















Apri 


I 1986 


Table 1: 


Population' 


tor Canada, 


the Provinces and the Territories (thousands) 














Year 

and 
quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.EI 


N.S. 


NB 


Que. 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alia 


BC 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


D 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


1984 June 


25,124.1 


5793 


125.9 


871.1 


714.6 


6,544.9 


8,942.4 


1 ,058.8 


1,006.9 


2,350.2 


2,857.9 


22.4 


49.7 


1985 June 


25.3598 


5807 


127.4 


879.8 


719.6 


6,582.7 


9,064.2 


1,070.6 


1,017.8 


2,3580 


2,884.7 


23.2 


51.0 


1983 Jan. 


24.7826 


573.5 


123.6 


8582 


704.1 


6,492.9 


8,782.8 


1,042.8 


987.8 


2,337.9 


2,808 1 


22.7 


48.2 


Apr. 


24,8394 


574.8 


124.0 


8598 


705.7 


6.502.1 


8,807.0 


1,045.5 


991.0 


2,343.7 


2,814.9 


22.5 


48.4 


July 


24.9046 


576.4 


124.6 


862.5 


7085 


6,512.3 


8.833.8 


1.049 


994.7 


2,347.1 


2,8244 


22.5 


48.7 


Oct. 


24.9643 


577.2 


125.1 


865.8 


710.3 


6.518.0 


8.864.5 


1,052.0 


998.5 


2,346.3 


2,834.9 


22.5 


49.2 


1984 Jan. 


25,021.4 


577.8 


125.3 


867.8 


711.6 


6.526.0 


8,894.9 


1.054.1 


1,001.3 


2,348.1 


2,842.7 


22.3 


49.5 


Apr. 


25.077.6 


5785 


125.6 


869.6 


713.1 


6,535.9 


8,921.5 


1,056.6 


1 ,004.6 


2,349.8 


2,850.6 


22.3 


49.6 


July 


25.145.2 


579 5 


125.9 


871.6 


715.1 


6.548.5 


8,952.7 


1.059.7 


1 ,008.4 


2.351.0 


2,860.4 


22.6 


49.8 


Oct 


25,209.4 


5794 


126.5 


875.4 


716.2 


6.557.6 


8,991.2 


1,063.0 


1,011.9 


2.345.7 


2,869.4 


23.0 


50.2 


1985 Jan. 


25.2638 


579.2 


127.1 


877.4 


717.7 


6.564.3 


9,021.9 


1.065.9 


1,014.7 


2.346.7 


2,875.3 


23.1 


50.6 


Apr. 


25.319.3 


580.0 


127.3 


878.7 


718.8 


6,574.4 


9,045.9 


1,068.8 


1,016.5 


2.3538 


2,881.0 


23.2 


51.0 


July 


25.380.0 


581.1 


127.5 


880.4 


719.7 


6,586.2 


9,075.1 


1,071.2 


1,018.1 


2,359.9 


2,886.5 


23.2 


51.0 


Oct. 


25.446.2 


581.1 


127.8 


882.2 


719.4 


6,599.3 


9,109.8 


1,073.4 


1,017.7 


2,368.4 


2,892.8 


23.1 


51.2 



'As ol the first of each month, quarterly and annual data from 1951 to April 1. 1981 are intercensal estimates; the June 3, 1981 Census Count has been adjusted to correspond to 
June 1; final postcensal estimates from July 1, 1981 to June 1, 1982; updated postcensal estimates from July 1, 1982 to October 1, 1983 and preliminary postcensal estimates from 
January 1, to October 1. 1984 For an explanation of population estimates methodology and data sources, see Catalogues 91-210 (first issue) and 91-001, Vol. 10, No. 2. 
Sources: Quarterly Estimates of Population for Canada, the Provinces and the Territories (91-001), Postcensal Annual Estimates of Population by Marital Status, Age, Sex 
and Components of Growth for Canada, Provinces and Territories at June 1st (91-201). 



Table 2: Immigration to Canada, by country of last permanent residence 













Asia 
















Other 






Year 




Total 














Austra- 


United 


West 




North and 
Central 


South 


All 


and 






Hong 




Philip- 


Other 


Other 


quarter 


Total 


Europe 1 


Total 


India 


Kong 


Vietnam 


pines 


Asia 


lasia 


States 


Indies 1 


Africa 


America* 


America 


countries 2 


D 


27 


41 


36 


125590 


125591 


125592 


125593 


125594 


37 


38 


39 


125596 


125597 


125598 


40 


1983 


89,157 


24,312 


36,906 


7,041 


6,710 


6,451 


4,454 


12,250 


478 


7,381 


7,216 


3.659 


3,654 


4,816 


735 


1984 


88.199 


20,831 


41,877 


5,470 


7,707 


10,975 


3.740 


13,985 


535 


6,869 


5,585 


3.547 


4,033 


4.073 


849 


1982 3 


29.658 


1 1 ,940 


10.100 


1,491 


1,745 


1,408 


1.296 


4.160 


222 


2,253 


1,851 


1.298 


333 


1,322 


339 


4 


26.759 


9,627 


9,084 


2,217 


1,538 


1,145 


1.123 


3.061 


176 


2,329 


2,015 


873 


629 


1.702 


324 


1983 1 


21.958 


6,576 


8,058 


1,770 


1,255 


1,003 


1.085 


2,945 


121 


1,973 


1,925 


788 


867 


1.421 


229 


2 


22.859 


6,388 


9,441 


1,607 


1,514 


1,761 


1,273 


3,286 


101 


1,860 


2,014 


875 


888 


1.142 


150 


3 


22.923 


5,490 


9,971 


1,769 


2,199 


1,642 


1,123 


3,238 


112 


1,895 


1,782 


1,128 


1,276 


1.094 


175 


4 


21.417 


5,858 


9,436 


1,895 


1,742 


2,045 


973 


2,781 


144 


1,653 


1.495 


868 


623 


1.159 


181 


1984 1 


18,306 


4,221 


8,616 


1,689 


1,382 


1,935 


801 


2,809 


120 


1,330 


1.146 


671 


1,109 


929 


164 


2 


25,419 


5,806 


1 1 ,605 


1,757 


1,997 


2.538 


1,127 


4,186 


166 


2,146 


1.703 


1,174 


1,120 


1.366 


333 


3 


24,984 


5.790 


12,321 


1,215 


2,719 


3.363 


1,044 


3,980 


152 


2,021 


1,732 


1,046 


797 


974 


151 


4 


19,490 


5,014 


9,335 


809 


1.609 


3,139 


768 


3,010 


97 


1,372 


1,004 


656 


1,007 


804 


201 


1985 1 


17,689 


4,104 


8,121 


793 


1,428 


2.340 


736 


2.824 


132 


1,348 


1,175 


767 


982 


896 


164 


2 


17,303 


3.947 


7,770 


827 


1.462 


2.077 


612 


2,792 


141 


1.463 


1,157 


808 


1.007 


827 


183 



'Includes the CANSIM series for Great Britain(D28j, France(D29), Germany(D30). Netherlands(D31 ). Greece(D32). ltaly(D33), Portugal(D34). Poland(D1 25589), Other Europe(D35) Data for 
these countries may be obtained by contacting CANSIM Division 613-990-8200, or any of the Statistics Canada Regional Offices. 2 A list of countries included in this grouping may be 
obtained from Population Estimates Section, Demography Div , Statistics Canada 613-990-9581 
Source: Employment and Immigration Canada. 



14 



April 1986 

Table 3: Immigration to Canada, by province of destination 



Section 2— Tables 3 and 4 



Year 


























and 
























Yukon, 


quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


PEL 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont 


Man 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


N.W.T. 


D 


74 


75 


76 


77 


78 


.79 


80 


81 


82 


83 


84 


85 


1984 


88,199 


297 


108 


1,035 


604 


14,620 


41,518 


3.906 


2,150 


10,665 


13.180 


116 


1985 


84,253 


325 


112 


962 


593 


14,893 


40,652 


3.415 


1,911 


9,000 


12.290 


100 


1983 1 


21 ,958 


64 


19 


167 


113 


4,512 


9,824 


891 


408 


2,566 


3,373 


21 


2 


22,859 


65 


35 


212 


184 


4,309 


10,026 


1,113 


481 


2,910 


3,481 


43 


3 


22,923 


63 


28 


233 


152 


4,125 


10,292 


1,074 


449 


2,743 


3,737 


27 


4 


21,417 


83 


23 


221 


105 


3,428 


9,894 


900 


397 


2,469 


3,856 


41 


1984 1 


18,306 


52 


16 


171 


115 


3,159 


8.107 


872 


434 


2.358 


2,997 


25 


2 


25,419 


116 


37 


321 


188 


4,353 


11,751 


1.128 


584 


3,052 


3,863 


26 


3 


24,984 


83 


31 


309 


182 


4,086 


12,129 


1,000 


594 


3,034 


3,498 


38 


4 


19,490 


46 


24 


234 


119 


3,022 


9,531 


906 


538 


2,221 


2,822 


27 


1985 1 


17,689 


87 


24 


206 


106 


2.869 


8,559 


742 


389 


2,007 


2,678 


22 


2 


17,303 


56 


25 


231 


148 


2,966 


8,141 


638 


437 


1.994 


2,639 


28 


3 


27,453 


70 


27 


290 


187 


5.047 


13,157 


1,172 


600 


2,812 


4,061 


30 


4 


21 ,808 


112 


36 


235 


152 


4.011 


10,795 


863 


485 


2,187 


2.912 


20 



Source: Employment and Immigration Canada. 



Table 4: Immigration to Canada, by (intended) occupational group 1 















Destined 


to the labour force 










Not destined to 


the labour 


force 






Profes- 




Commer- 




Transport 




Mining 












Students 




Year 


Total 




sional 




cial 


Service 


and 




and 












(18 years 




and 


immi- 


Mana- 


and 




and fi- 


and re- 


communi- 


Agricul- 


quarry- 


Manufac- 


La- 


Sub- 






and 


Sub- 


quarter 


gration 


gerial 2 


technical 


Clerical 


nancial 


creation 


cation 


ture 


ing 3 


turing* 


bourers 


total 5 


Spouses 6 


Children 


over) 7 


total" 


D 


55 


56 


57 


58 


59 


60 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


1983 


89,157 


2,503 


7,131 


3,540 


1,499 


3,902 


618 


1,419 


118 


6,833 


435 


37,109 


15,493 


7.372 


18.291 


52,048 


1984 


88,199 


2,554 


6,056 


3,143 


1,534 


5,307 


567 


1.167 


137 


7,587 


510 


38,523 


14,530 


7,064 


17.609 


49.676 


1982 3 


29,658 


1.126 


3,889 


1,480 


567 


948 


175 


452 


30 


2,492 


147 


13,000 


4,350 


3,227 


6.303 


16,658 


4 


26,759 


756 


2,780 


1,279 


458 


1,026 


204 


455 


37 


2.389 


159 


11,914 


4.045 


2,501 


5.169 


14,845 


1983 1 


21 ,958 


613 


1.813 


933 


369 


1,133 


134 


362 


29 


1,586 


125 


9,456 


3.632 


1.861 


4.394 


12,502 


2 


22,859 


578 


1,895 


932 


380 


947 


186 


407 


27 


1,884 


102 


9,783 


3,787 


1,871 


4.559 


13,076 


3 


22,923 


723 


1.874 


903 


397 


780 


129 


346 


28 


1,617 


93 


8,913 


4,174 


1,944 


5,224 


14,010 


4 


21,417 


589 


1,549 


772 


353 


1,042 


169 


304 


34 


1,746 


115 


8,957 


3.900 


1,696 


4,114 


12.460 


1984 1 


18,306 


427 


1,299 


635 


329 


1,103 


104 


292 


24 


1,543 


76 


8,203 


3,014 


1,409 


3.438 


10,103 


2 


25,419 


612 


1,672 


927 


414 


1,851 


149 


328 


29 


1,953 


141 


1 1 ,466 


4,166 


1,871 


4,703 


13,953 


3 


24,984 


902 


1,736 


883 


445 


1,461 


142 


301 


43 


2,207 


142 


10,151 


4,175 


2,050 


5.691 


14,833 


4 


19,490 


613 


1,349 


698 


346 


892 


172 


246 


41 


1,884 


151 


8,703 


3,175 


1,734 


3,777 


10,787 


1985 1 


17,689 


614 


1,346 


689 


307 


1,341 


125 


231 


36 


1,698 


105 


8,536 


2,702 


1,361 


3,414 


9,153 


2 


17,303 


587 


1,328 


668 


301 


1,134 


125 


236 


38 


1,575 


131 


8,227 


2,625 


1,266 


3,301 


9,076 



'The occupational status of the majority of the persons destined to the labour force is determined by immigration officials by an examination of documentary evidence provided by the 
immigrants. The classification of occupations is similar to that used in the 1971 Census; see Occupational Classification Manual, Census of Canada, 1971, Catalogue Number 12-536E, 
Vol. I 'Beginning with 1978. this is subdivided into entrepreneurs and managers-administrators. For breakdown refer to CANSIM main base 'Includes logging, fishing, trapping and 
hunting 'Includes mechanical and construction. "Includes a small number in non-specified occupations "Beginning with 1978 includes fiances and fiancees 'Does not include 
students entering Canada on students' visas "Includes also retired persons, elderly dependents, and other unspecified persons 
Source: Employment and Immigration Canada. 



15 



Section 2— Tables 5-7 

Table 5: Births,' by province (number) 



'Monthly figures do not add to total shown because month was not reported tor 200 Quebec births 

Table 6: Deaths, by province (number) 



April 1986 



Year and 




























quarter 


Canada 


Nfld 


P.E.I 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta. 


BC 


Yukon 


N.WT 


D 


144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


152 


153 


154 


155 


156 


1983 


373,689 


8.929 


1,907 


12,401 


10,518 


88,154 


126.826 


16,602 


17,847 


45,555 


42,919 


540 


1,491 


1984 


377,031 


8.560 


1.954 


12.378 


10,360 


87,839 


131,296 


16,651 


18,014 


44,105 


43,911 


519 


1,444 


1982 4 


89,857 


2,119 


481 


3,048 


2,599 


21,215 


30.711 


3,952 


4.302 


10,802 


10,172 


114 


342 


1983 1 


90.272 


2.351 


466 


2,893 


2,502 


21,276 


30,351 


4,002 


4,324 


11,228 


10,381 


132 


366 


2 


97,346 


2.298 


491 


3,242 


2,793 


23,016 


33,283 


4,329 


4,680 


1 1 ,708 


10.963 


145 


398 


3 


95,476 


2.301 


491 


3,215 


2.640 


22,343 


32,261 


4,294 


4,522 


1 1 ,855 


11.047 


135 


372 


4 


90,595 


1,979 


459 


3,051 


2.583 


21,519 


30,931 


3.977 


4,321 


10,764 


10.528 


128 


355 


1984 1 


91,429 


2,157 


470 


3,001 


2.496 


21,423 


31,227 


4,107 


4,532 


10,911 


10,655 


120 


330 


2 


97,033 


2,287 


475 


3,130 


2,705 


22,887 


33,561 


4,180 


4,537 


11.315 


1 1 ,427 


143 


386 


3 


98,012 


2,244 


511 


3,212 


2.641 


22,657 


34,504 


4,389 


4.694 


1 1 ,393 


1 1 ,299 


132 


336 


4 


90,557 


1,872 


498 


3,035 


2,518 


20,872 


32,004 


3,975 


4,251 


10,486 


10,530 


124 


392 


1985 1 


93.890 


2.240 


460 


2,920 


2,550 


21,610 


32,420 


4,130 


4,260 


1 1 ,790 


10.930 


170 


410 


2 


99,820 


2.050 


500 


3,370 


2,780 


23,460 


34,800 


4,240 


4,710 


1 1 ,850 


1 1 ,660 


100 


300 


3 


97,430 


2.190 


540 


3.220 


2,590 


23,060 


32,260 


4,610 


4,730 


12,200 


11,600 


110 


320 



Year and 
quarter 



Canada 



Nfld. 



N.S. 



Que. 



Man. 



Sask 



Alta. 



BC 



160 



1983 


174,484 


3.498 


1,050 


7,047 


5,206 


44.275 


64,507 


8,521 


7,611 


12,588 


19,827 


113 


241 


1984 


175.727 


3.520 


1,109 


6,913 


5,272 


44.449 


64.703 


8,290 


7,710 


12,730 


20,686 


108 


237 


1982 4 


45,632 


911 


224 


1,755 


1,404 


1 1 ,240 


16.490 


2,166 


2,302 


3,450 


5,621 


29 


40 


1983 1 


45,676 


944 


257 


1.926 


1,430 


12,060 


16.675 


2.220 


1.915 


3.273 


4,907 


24 


45 


2 


43,169 


838 


282 


1,731 


1,256 


10,998 


16.194 


2,021 


1.871 


2,954 


4,924 


32 


68 


3 


41,397 


822 


267 


1,655 


1,195 


10,120 


15.261 


2,118 


1,957 


3,121 


4.781 


23 


77 


4 


44,242 


894 


244 


1,735 


1,325 


1 1 ,097 


16,377 


2,162 


1.868 


3,240 


5,215 


34 


51 


1984 1 


44,855 


887 


317 


1,919 


1,330 


1 1 ,366 


16,368 


2,104 


1,892 


3.222 


5,377 


25 


48 


2 


43.665 


945 


278 


1,746 


1.319 


11,047 


16,052 


2,058 


1,958 


3,155 


5,019 


23 


65 


3 


42.473 


874 


238 


1,567 


1.297 


10,802 


15,531 


2,048 


1,944 


3,110 


4,969 


29 


64 


4 


44.734 


814 


276 


1,681 


1.326 


11.234 


16,752 


2,080 


1,916 


3,243 


5,321 


31 


60 


1985 1 


46.700 


900 


260 


1,850 


1,330 


12.830 


17,050 


2,140 


1,940 


3,240 


5,100 


20 


40 


2 


44,770 


820 


300 


1,730 


1,370 


1 1 ,770 


16,580 


2,040 


2,090 


3,110 


4,880 


30 


50 


3 


42.720 


740 


260 


1,710 


1,280 


10,660 


15.310 


2,080 


2,120 


3,410 


5.080 


30 


40 



Table 7: 


Marriages, 1 by province (number) 






















Year and 
quarter 


Canada Nfld. P.E.I. 


NS 


NB 


Que. 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon 


N.WT. 


D 


170 171 172 


173 


174 


175 


176 


177 


178 


179 


180 


181 


182 



1983 


184,675 


3,778 


937 


6,505 


5,260 


36,144 


70.893 


8.261 


7.504 


21,172 


23.692 


243 


286 


1984 


185,597 


3.567 


1,057 


6,798 


5,294 


37,433 


71,922 


8,393 


7.213 


20,052 


23,397 


212 


259 


1982 4 


41.885 


896 


181 


1.445 


1,038 


6,957 


16,627 


1.862 


1.732 


5.102 


5.924 


54 


67 


1983 1 


17,952 


393 


62 


614 


383 


2,303 


7,207 


791 


616 


2,557 


2,957 


28 


41 


2 


50,602 


936 


225 


1.581 


1,383 


9,993 


19,973 


2.278 


2,014 


5,929 


6,379 


45 


66 


3 


72,295 


1,502 


459 


2,774 


2,356 


16,177 


26,420 


3,227 


3,055 


7,816 


8,323 


100 


86 


4 


43,626 


947 


191 


1,536 


1,138 


7,671 


17,293 


1,965 


1,819 


4,870 


6.033 


70 


93 


1984 1 


18,423 


398 


92 


666 


409 


2,400 


7,485 


875 


626 


2.422 


2.991 


25 


34 


2 


52,629 


933 


247 


1,730 


1,435 


10.889 


20,526 


2,395 


2,124 


5,732 


6.496 


48 


74 


3 


71.006 


1.438 


484 


2,768 


2,280 


16.389 


26,490 


3,111 


2,815 


7,225 


7.840 


82 


84 


4 


43,539 


798 


234 


1,634 


1,170 


7,755 


17,421 


2,012 


1,648 


4,673 


6.070 


57 


67 


1985 1 


17,600 


360 


50 


600 


380 


2,060 


7,440 


720 


560 


2.440 


2,910 


30 


50 


2 


49,700 


930 


200 


1,510 


1,400 


9,640 


20,160 


2,110 


2,050 


5.700 


5.920 


30 


50 


3 


70,470 


1,520 


440 


2,860 


2,170 


15,020 


25,580 


3,320 


3,060 


8,090 


8.250 


90 


70 



'Monthly figures do not add to total shown because month was not reported for 204 marriages in Quebec 
Source: Vital Statistics (84-001), (84-205) and (84-206), Statistics Canada. 



16 



Section 3 ■ System of National Accounts 



1. Income and Expenditure Accounts 

1.1 National Income and Gross National Product 

1.2 Gross National Expenditure 

1.3 Gross National Expenditure, Constant Dollars 

1.4 Sources of Personal Income 

1.5 Disposition of Personal Income 

1.6 Sources and Disposition of Gross Saving 

1.7 Government Revenue, Expenditure, and Surplus or Deficit, by Level of Government 

1.8 Implicit Price Indexes, Gross National Expenditure 

1.9 Relation between Gross National Product at Market Prices and 
Gross Domestic Product at Factor Cost 

2. Domestic Product by Industry 

2.1 Gross Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, Quarterly 

2.2 Gross Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, Monthly 

3. Balance of International Payments 

3.1 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Current Account, All Countries 

3.2 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Current Account, Area Distribution 

3.3 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Capital Account, All Countries 



17 



Section 3— Tables 1.1 and 1.2 

1 — Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.1: National income and gross national product (millions of dollars) 



April 1986 































GNP at 






























market 




Wages, 










Accr'd 


Net 














prices 




salaries. 










net 


income of 








Capital 






excl. 




and 




Corpo- 


Deduct 


Interest 


income 


non-farm 




Net 




consump. 






accrued 




supple- 


Military 


ration 


dividends 


& misc 


of farm 


un-mcorp. 




national 


Indirect 


allow- 






net 


Year 


mentary 


pay and 


profits 


paid 


invest- 


operators 


business 


Inventory 


income 


taxes 


ances 


Residual 


GNP at 


income 


and 


labour 


allow- 


before 


to non- 


ment 


from farm 


incl. 


valuation 


at factor 


less 


& misc. 


error of 


market 


of farm 


quarter 


income 


ances 


taxes' 


residents 2 


income 3 


prod* 


rent* 


adjust." 


cost 


subsidies 


val adj 


estimate 


prices 


operators 





40000 


40001 


40002 


40003 


40004 


40005 


40006 


40007 


40008 


40009 


40010 


40011 


40012 


40013 


D 


40240 


40241 


40242 


40243 


40244 


40245 


40246 


40247 


40248 


40249 


40250 


40251 


40252 


40253 


1983 


218.963 


2,375 


32.684 


-2,646 


30,245 


3,572 


18,333 


-2.400 


301,126 


41.417 


47.519 


-218 


389,844 


386,272 


1984 


232.220 


2.602 


39.606 


-3,939 


33.636 


4,274 


20.496 


-2.692 


326.203 


44,150 


51.744 


-1,227 


420,870 


416,596 


Unadjusted 


for seasonality 


























1984 3 


59.395 


658 


9,554 


-709 


8,455 


6,971 


5.698 


-303 


89.719 


1 1 ,304 


13,072 


-921 


113,174 


106.203 


4 


59.559 


655 


10,453 


-1,505 


7.983 


-325 


5,348 


-561 


81 ,607 


1 1 ,577 


13.558 


842 


107.584 


107,909 


1985 1 


58,892 


662 


10,248 


-1,637 


9,201 


-1,125 


4,885 


-977 


80,149 


12,441 


13,301 


-1,245 


104,646 


105,771 


2 


62,091 


685 


10,486 


-871 


8,339 


-716 


5,933 


-748 


85,199 


10,840 


13.658 


450 


110,147 


110,863 


3 


63.746 


691 


9,670 


-584 


8,469 


7.012 


6,527 


-259 


95,272 


12,833 


13,976 


-289 


121.792 


114,780 


4 


63.815 


692 


1 1 ,358 


-1,391 


8,804 


-218 


6,186 


-642 


88,604 


13.188 


14.318 


1,029 


117,139 


117,357 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


234,372 


2,620 


39.280 


-3,548 


33.224 


4,260 


20.872 


-1,420 


329.660 


43,884 


52.348 


-1.552 


424,340 


420,080 


4 


237,952 


2.656 


41.048 


-4,460 


33,384 


4,152 


21,524 


-3,572 


332.684 


45.960 


53,236 


-1.056 


430.824 


426,672 


1985 1 


241,760 


2,676 


42,004 


-6.604 


35,576 


4.700 


22.164 


-2,984 


339,292 


48,456 


53.996 


-656 


441,088 


436,388 


2 


246,236 


2,692 


40,244 


-3.912 


34,704 


6,500 


23.060 


-2,312 


347,212 


47.096 


54.908 


-356 


448.860 


442,360 


3 


251.352 


2,748 


40,272 


-3.192 


34,452 


3,796 


23,940 


-1,436 


351 ,932 


50,072 


55.900 


232 


458,136 


454,340 


4 


254,828 


2,804 


44,528 


-4,224 


34,520 


4,816 


24,960 


-3,772 


358,460 


51.584 


56.208 


560 


466,812 


461 ,996 



'Excludes profits (net of losses) of government business enterprises 'Includes the withholding tax applicable to this item includes profits (net of losses) of government business 
enterprises and interest and miscellaneous investment income of government. 'Includes value of physical change in farm inventories. The seasonally adjusted data includes an arbitrary 
smoothing of crop production and standard seasonal adjustment for withdrawals of grain from farm stocks and the change in other farm-held inventories Because of the arbitrary ele- 
ment, too precise an interpretation should not be given the seasonally adjusted figures 'Includes net income of independent professional practitioners. "See footnote 4, Table 1.2. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 

Table 1.2: Gross national expenditure (millions of dollars) 























Value of 


physical 
































change in 


inventories 




















Gross fi 






















Personal 


ment 


















Business 












expend- 


current 








Business 3 






















iture on 


expend- 




















Farm & 




Deducts: 




Gross 




consu- 


iture 








Resi- 


Non- 


Machin- 








grain in 


Exports 


imports 




national 




mer 


on 








dential 


resi- 


ery 








commer- 


of 


of 


Residual 


expend- 


Year 


goods 


goods 




Govern- 




con- 


dential 


and 




Govern- 




cial 


goods 


goods 


error 


iture at 


and 


and 


and ser- 




ment 




struc- 


construc- 


equip- 




ment 


Non- 


chan- 


and ser- 


and 


of esti- 


market 


quarter 


services 


vices' 


Total 


total 2 


Total 


tion 


tion 


ment 


Total 


total 


farm 4 


nels 5 


vices 


services 


mate 


prices 


D 


40014 


40015 


40016 


40017 


40021 


40022 


40023 


40024 


40025 


40026 


40027 


40028 


40029 


40030 


40031 


40548 


D 


40254 


40255 


40256 


40257 


40261 


40262 


40263 


40264 


40265 


40266 


40267 


40268 


40269 


40270 


40271 


40551 



1983 
1984 



229,184 
247,113 



84,311 
90,861 



76.448 
78.489 



Unadjusted for seasonality 



1984 3 
4 



60,547 
66,898 



1985 1 62,322 

2 67,450 

3 66.956 

4 73,794 



22,908 
23,481 

24,609 
23,097 
24,188 
25.026 



20.734 
19,529 

18,314 
22,420 
23,441 
22,734 



10,629 
11.706 



3,452 
3,174 

2,495 
2,912 
3,574 
3,214 



65,819 
66,783 



17.282 
16,355 

15,819 
19,508 
19,867 
19,520 



16,318 
15,809 



4,614 
3,880 

3,251 
4,873 
5,856 
5.276 



24.231 
23,920 



6.538 
6.055 

5,439 
6,513 
7,117 
6,642 



25,270 
27,054 



6.130 
6,420 



-1,224 
1,564 



6.684 
-3,080 



-45 
20 



78 
-72 



-677 
2,592 



-502 
-1,048 



108.169 
131.311 



-107,262 
-129.694 



218 
1.226 



389,844 
420,870 



1,088 5,518 
-300 -2,708 



7,129 -672 

8,122 -1,762 

6,894 8,081 

7.602 -2,643 



-39 1,716 -2,349 

50 -796 -1,016 

20 1,551 6,510 

-95 -63 -2.485 



33.636 


-32,256 


921 


113,174 


34,041 


-32,442 


-843 


107.584 


33,507 


-34.679 


1,245 


104.646 


37,070 


-37.678 


-450 


110,147 


34,647 


-35,810 


289 


121,792 


36,230 


-36.973 


-1.029 


117,139 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


247,752 


91 .480 


78.952 


1 1 ,940 


67,012 


15.900 


23,904 


27,208 


2,444 


68 


4,252 


4 


253,292 


93,000 


79,600 


12,224 


67,376 


15,884 


24,000 


27,492 


-132 


28 


76 


1985 1 


260,540 


95.200 


81,276 


12,168 


69,108 


16.360 


24.368 


28,380 


2,804 


-48 


2,096 


2 


266,760 


96,328 


85,744 


12,184 


73,560 


18,136 


26,552 


28,872 


1,536 


— 


216 


3 


273,912 


96,828 


89,216 


12,192 


77,024 


20,372 


26,352 


30,300 


5,688 


-132 


5,624 


4 


280,876 


99.324 


91,400 


12.236 


79,164 


22,156 


25,572 


31.436 


1,988 


-76 


1.696 



-1,876 136,020 -133,860 

-236 136.292 -132.288 

756 140,400 -139,784 

1,320 140,548 -142,412 

196 140,048 -147,328 

368 144,820 -151,036 



1,552 424.340 

1 ,060 430.824 

652 441,088 

356 448,860 

-228 458,136 

-560 466,812 



'Includes defence expenditures 'Includes outlay on new durable assets such as building and highway construction by governments, other than government business enterprises. Ex- 
cludes defence construction and equipment which is defined as current expenditure. 'Includes capital expenditures by private and government business enterprises, private non-com- 
mercial institutions and outlays on new residential construction by individuals and business investors Capital expenditure is defined to include all transfer costs on the sales and pur- 
chases of existing fixed assets. 'The book value of inventories is deflated to remove the effect of price change and the derived "physical" change is then valued at average prices 
of the current period to obtain the value of physical change The difle'rence between the value of physical change and the change in book value is called the inventory valuation adjust- 
ment, (as shown in Table 1.1). 'See footnote 4, Table 1.1. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



18 



April 1986 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.3: Gross national expenditure in constant (1971) dollars (millions of dollars) 1 



Section 3— Tables 1.3 and 1.4 























Value of 


physical 














Personal 


Govern- 
ment 
current 




Gross fixed capital formation 






change in 


inventories 


















Business 












Business 






Farm 






expend- 
iture on 


expend- 
iture 








































Non- 


Machin- 








grain 


Exports 


Deduct 








consumer 


on 








Resi- 


resi- 


ery 








in com- 


of 


imports 


Residual 


Gross 


Year 


goods 


goods 




Govern- 




dential 


dential 


and 




Govern- 




mercial 


goods 


of goods 


error 


national 


and 


and 


and 




ment 




construc- 


construc- 


equip- 




ment 


Non- 


chan- 


and 


and 


of esti- 


expend- 


quarter 


services 


services 


Total 


total 


Total 


tion 


tion 


ment 


Total 


total 


farm 


nels 


services 


services 


mate 


iture 


D 


40562 


40568 


40569 


40570 


40575 


40576 


40577 


40578 


40581 


40582 


40583 


40584 


40586 


40588 


40590 


40561 


D 


40594 


40600 


40601 


40602 


40607 


40608 


40609 


40610 


40613 


40614 


40615 


40616 


40618 


40620 


40622 


40593 


1983 


83,697 


23.739 


27,609 


3,810 


23,799 


5,677 


8.654 


9,468 


-222 


-13 


-47 


-162 


35.293 


-35,833 


78 


134,361 


1984 


86,790 


24.364 


27.804 


4,135 


23,669 


5,441 


8,427 


9,801 


536 


5 


862 


-331 


42,190 


-40,997 


410 


141,097 


Unadjusted for seasonality 






























1984 3 


21,086 


6,127 


7,309 


1,200 


6,109 


1,601 


2,302 


2,206 


1,985 


22 


330 


1,633 


10,714 


-10,045 


307 


37,483 


4 


23,487 


6,213 


6,862 


1,104 


5,758 


1.341 


2,130 


2,287 


-1.033 


-21 


-165 


-847 


10.948 


-10,141 


-283 


36,053 


1985 1 


21 .028 


6,471 


6.374 


883 


5,491 


1,093 


1,908 


2,490 


82 


-11 


840 


-747 


10.493 


-10,592 


404 


34,260 


2 


22.976 


5.903 


7,687 


1,001 


6,686 


1,626 


2,254 


2,806 


-576 


15 


-326 


-265 


1 1 .653 


-11.382 


-147 


36,114 


3 


22,409 


6,190 


7,986 


1,199 


6.787 


1,960 


2,445 


2.382 


2,456 


6 


474 


1,976 


10,748 


-10,753 


93 


39.129 


4 


24,897 


6,312 


7,695 


1,071 


6.624 


1.753 


2,285 


2,586 


-813 


-27 


54 


-840 


11,187 


-11,009 


-333 


37.936 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


86.612 


24,436 


27,960 


4,224 


23,736 


5,492 


8.448 


9,796 


880 


20 


1,420 


-560 


43,676 


-41.892 


516 


142.188 


4 


87,900 


24,660 


27.940 


4,264 


23,676 


5,456 


8,420 


9,800 


-212 


8 


-208 


-12 


43,992 


-41.236 


352 


143.396 


1985 1 


89,148 


24,784 


28,160 


4.192 


23,968 


5,548 


8,504 


9,916 


1,460 


-8 


1,360 


108 


44,080 


-43.008 


212 


144.836 


2 


90,508 


24,816 


29,420 


4,176 


25,244 


6,084 


9.184 


9,976 


132 


— 


-104 


236 


43,412 


-42.404 


112 


145.996 


3 


92,088 


24,748 


30.484 


4.156 


26,328 


6,776 


9.080 


10,472 


1,936 


-40 


1,896 


80 


43,904 


-44,604 


-76 


148,480 


4 


93,496 


25,156 


30,904 


4,092 


26,812 


7,320 


8,800 


10,692 


1,068 


-20 


1,016 


72 


44.928 


-44,928 


-180 


150,444 



'The implicit price deflators of the seasonally unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, derived by dividing the value figures in current dollars by the constant dollar figures, 
are not suitable as indicators of quarter-to-quarter price change This is because they are currently weighted and therefore are affected by compositional shifts which occur within the 
unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, on a quarter-to-quarter basis Quarter-to-quarter movements in the implicit price deflators based on seasonally adjusted data are 
less subject to the problem of shifting weights and may be used as a measure of price change. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 

Table 1.4: Sources of personal income (millions of dollars) 





Wages, 
salaries and 
supplemen- 
tary labour 
income 


Military 

pay and 

allowances 


Net income 

received 

by farm 

operators 

from farm 

production 1 


Net income 
of 
non-farm un- 
incorporated 
business 
including rent 


Interest, 
dividends 
and miscella- 
neous 
investment 
income 2 




Current transfers 








Year 


From government 


From 
corporations 3 


From 
non-residents 




and 

quarter 


To persons 


Capital 
assistance 


Personal 
income 


D 
D 


40032 
40272 


40033 
40273 


40034 
40274 


40035 
40275 


40036 
40276 


40039 
40278 


40040 
40279 




40037 
40280 


40041 
40281 


40042 
40282 


1983 
1984 


218,963 
232,220 


2,375 
2,602 


3.183 
3,544 


18.333 
20.496 


41,913 
47.556 


49,799 
53,859 


1.271 
616 




531 
551 


616 
642 


336,984 
362,086 


Unadjusted for 


seasonal variation 




















1984 3 

4 


59,395 
59,559 


658 
655 


6.551 
-559 


5.698 
5.348 


12,304 
12,954 


13,033 
13,790 


121 
185 




138 
140 


158 
164 


98,056 
92,236 


1985 1 

2 
3 

4 


58,892 
62,091 
63,746 
63,815 


662 
685 
691 
692 


-588 
-1.037 
6,777 

-560 


4,885 
5,933 
6,527 
6,186 


12,739 
13,136 
13,327 
13,549 


14,764 
14,821 
14,116 
14,820 


163 

150 

118 

61 




146 
146 
146 
147 


165 
165 
165 
165 


91.828 
96,090 
105,613 
98,875 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


234,372 


2,620 


3,152 


20,872 


48,832 


54,600 


484 


552 


632 


366,116 


4 


237,952 


2.656 


3,668 


21 ,524 


50,916 


56,036 


740 


560 


656 


374,708 


1985 1 


241,760 


2,676 


4,412 


22,164 


51,928 


57.540 


652 


584 


660 


382,376 


2 


246,236 


2,692 


6,140 


23,060 


53,164 


58.296 


600 


584 


660 


391 ,432 


3 


251,352 


2,748 


3,592 


23,940 


52,980 


58,412 


472 


584 


660 


394,740 


4 


254,828 


2,804 


4,224 


24,960 


52,932 


59,836 


244 


588 


660 


401 ,076 



'This item differs from col 6, Table 1.1 by excluding the adjustment which has been made to take account of the accrued earnings arising out of the operations of the Canadian 
Wheat Board and the Canadian Co-Operative Wheat Producers. 'Includes all interest on the public debt paid by government to persons "Charitable contributions and bad debts. 
For source see Table 1.9. 



19 



Section 3 — Tables 1.5 and 1.6 

1 — Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.5: Disposition ot personal income (million dollars) 



April 1986 





Total 

personal 

income 




Personal expenditure 
on consumer goods and services 








Current transfers 






Personal savings 








To government 




To 
corpor- 
ations 1 


To non- 
resi- 
dents 






Total 


Value of 
Excl. physical 
change change 
in farm in farm 
inven- inven- 
tories tories 






Income 
taxes 


Suc- 
cession 
duties 
& estate 
taxes 


Social 

ins. 

& govt. 

pension 

funds' 


Other 


Personal 


Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Durable 
goods 


Semi- 
durable 
goods 


Non- 
durable 
goods 


Serv- 
ices' 


dis- 
posable 
income 4 


D 

D 


40042 
40552 


40043 
40283 


40044 
40284 


40045 
40285 


40046 
40286 


40047 
40287 


40048 
40288 


40049 
40289 


40050 
40290 


40051 
40291 


40052 
40292 


40053 
40293 


40054 
40294 


40055 40056 


40057 
40295 



1983 


336,984 


229.184 


29.577 


25,129 


71,231 


103.247 


46,451 


61 


17,008 


3,408 


4.449 


428 


35,995 


36.401 


-406 


270.056 


1984 


362,086 


247,113 


33.886 


26.606 


76.203 


110.418 


49.498 


45 


18,914 


3.592 


4.191 


462 


38,271 


39.215 


-944 


290,037 


Unadjusted for seasonal 


variation 




























1984 3 


98,056 


60.547 


8,176 


6.383 


18,177 


27,811 


12,944 


9 


4,774 


889 


1,101 


112 


17.680 


12,355 


5,325 


79,440 


4 


92,236 


66,898 


9,079 


8.596 


20,806 


28.417 


14,205 


14 


4,094 


935 


1,151 


126 


4.813 


7,211 


-2,398 


72,988 


1985 1 


91 ,828 


62,322 


7.980 


5,389 


19,839 


29,114 


13,872 


11 


4.869 


1,049 


1,111 


130 


8.464 


1 1 ,394 


-2.930 


72,027 


2 


96,090 


67,450 


10.695 


7,069 


19,893 


29,793 


10,697 


13 


5.529 


943 


1,081 


130 


10.247 


10,869 


-622 


78.908 


3 


105,613 


66.956 


9,563 


7,054 


19,750 


30,589 


14,620 


9 


5,284 


943 


1,106 


130 


16,565 


9,898 


6.667 


84,757 


4 


98,875 


73,794 


10,522 


9,497 


22,655 


31,120 


15,378 


13 


4,934 


978 


982 


130 


2.666 


5.259 


-2.593 


77,572 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


366,116 


247,752 


33.600 


26.572 


76.344 


1 1 1 ,236 


51.844 


36 


19.376 


3,736 


4,328 


452 


38,592 


4 


374,708 


253,292 


34,792 


27.136 


77,752 


113,612 


53,332 


56 


17.996 


3,744 


4,416 


500 


41 ,372 


1985 1 


382,376 


260,540 


36,364 


27.920 


80,176 


116,080 


50,508 


44 


19,384 


3,784 


4,520 


520 


43,076 


2 


391 ,432 


266,760 


38,108 


28.604 


80,932 


119,116 


53,704 


52 


19,760 


4,072 


4,520 


520 


42,044 


3 


394,740 


273,912 


39.568 


29.428 


82.816 


122,100 


56,996 


36 


20.988 


3,880 


4,296 


520 


34,112 


4 


401 .076 


280,876 


41.000 


30.084 


84,624 


125.168 


57.060 


52 


22,332 


3,916 


3,784 


520 


32,536 



291,124 
299,580 

308,656 
313,844 
312,840 
317,716 



'Includes net expenditure abroad 'Employer and employee contributions to social insurance and government pension funds, 
consumer debt 'This item is equal to "personal income" less the total of "current transfers to government". 
For source see Table 1.9. 



'This item is the transfer portion of interest on the 



Table 1.6: Sources and disposition ot gross saving (million dollars) 













Sources of gross saving 


























Saving 




















Persons 


& unin- 


Corporate and government 














corporated 


business 




business enterprises 








Capital 
con- 
sumption 




Disposition of gross saving 






Adjust- 


Undis- 








Gross 


Value of 










ment on 


tributed 


Govt 




Inventory 






allow- 




fixed 


physical 




Year 


Total 




grain 


corpo- 


business 


Capital 


valuation 






ances 


Residual 


capital 


change 


Residual 


and 


gross 


Personal 


trans- 


ration 


enter- 


assis- 


adjust- 


Govern- 


Non- 


and 


error of 


form- 


in inven- 


error of 


quarter 


saving 


saving 


actions' 


profits 


prises 


tance 


ment 


ment 


residents 


MVA' 


estimate 


ation 3 


tories 


estimate 


D 


40185 


40175 


40181 


40176 


40177 


40178 


40182 


40179 


40180 


40183 


40184 


40186 


40190 


40191 


D 


40423 


40413 


40419 


40414 


40415 


40416 


40420 


40417 


40418 


40421 


40422 


40424 


40428 


40429 


1983 


75,442 


35,995 


389 


12,277 


127 


3,014 


-2.400 


-20,310 


-951 


47,519 


-218 


76.448 


-1,224 


218 


1984 


81 ,279 


38,271 


730 


14,609 


632 


3,078 


-2.692 


-22,534 


-1,332 


51,744 


-1,227 


78.489 


1,564 


1.226 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 
























1984 3 


28,339 


17,680 


420 


3.951 


35 


761 


-303 


-5.008 


-1,348 


13,072 


-921 


20,734 


6.684 


921 


4 


15,606 


4,813 


234 


2.815 


-238 


856 


-561 


-5.137 


-1,576 


13,558 


842 


19,529 


-3.080 


-843 


1985 1 


18,887 


8,464 


-537 


3,453 


430 


744 


-977 


-5.999 


1,253 


13,301 


-1,245 


18,314 


-672 


1.245 


2 


20,208 


10.247 


321 


3,971 


-67 


806 


-748 


-9,147 


717 


13.658 


450 


22.420 


-1.762 


-450 


3 


31.811 


16.565 


235 


3,873 


-140 


599 


-259 


-4,122 


1,373 


13,976 


-289 


23.441 


8.081 


289 


4 


19,062 


2.666 


342 


3,859 


178 


782 


-642 


-4,263 


793 


14,318 


1.029 


22.734 


-2,643 


-1,029 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


82.948 


38.592 


1,108 


15,388 


372 


3,000 


-1.420 


-22,836 


-2.052 


52,348 


-1.552 


78.952 


2.444 


1,552 


4 


80,528 


41 .372 


484 


13,720 


708 


3,428 


-3,572 


-24,204 


-3,588 


53,236 


-1.056 


79.600 


-132 


1,060 


1985 1 


84,732 


43.076 


288 


13,880 


916 


3.128 


-2,984 


-26,464 


-448 


53,996 


-656 


81.276 


2.804 


652 


2 


87,636 


42,044 


360 


13,476 


68 


3,084 


-2,312 


-25,736 


2,100 


54,908 


-356 


85.744 


1.536 


356 


3 


94,676 


34,112 


204 


15,292 


-60 


2.364 


-1,436 


-20.044 


8,112 


55,900 


232 


89.216 


5,688 


-228 


4 


92.828 


32,536 


592 


17,976 


680 


3.148 


-3,772 


-21 .880 


6,780 


56,208 


560 


91,400 


1,988 


-560 



'This item is the adjustment to take account of the accrued earnings of farm operators arising out of the operations of the Canadian Wheat Board 1 See also footnote 1, 
Table 14 Miscellaneous valuation adjustment 3 For a breakdown between government and business, see Table 1.2. 
For source see Table 1.9. 



20 



April 1986 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, 



Section 3— Table 1.7 



and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars) 



Revenue 














Direct taxes 












Indirect 


taxes 










Persons 






Corporate and government business enterprises 


Non- 
resi- 
dents 
federal 3 






Total 2 Federal 2 


Federal 
tax 
collec- 
tions 


Pro- 
vincial 2 


Provin- 
cial tax 
collec- 
tions 




Year 


Total 


Federal' 


Pro- 
vincial 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 




and 
quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 4 


D 
D 


40058 
40296 


40059 
40297 


40060 
40298 


40062 
40300 


40063 
40301 


40064 40065 
40302 40303 


40066 
40304 


40067 
40305 


40068 
40306 


40069 
40307 


40070 
40308 


40071 
40309 


40072 
40310 


40073 
40311 



1983 


63,520 


35.447 


23,487 


3,474 


1,112 


13,263 


10,274 


9,152 


2,989 


2,831 


1,043 


50,044 


16,048 


19,177 


14,819 


1984 


68,457 


37,772 


25,542 


3.902 


1,241 


15,533 


1 1 ,974 


10,608 


3,559 


2,958 


1,100 


55,102 


17,887 


21 ,233 


15,982 


Unadjus 


ted for seasonal 


variation 


























1984 3 


17,727 


9,735 


6.616 


1,052 


324 


3,506 


2,705 


2,504 


801 


558 


253 


14,075 


4.562 


5.522 


3,991 


4 


18,313 


10.816 


6.987 


286 


224 


4,203 


3,241 


2,231 


962 


649 


317 


14,661 


5,013 


5,625 


4,023 


1985 1 


18.752 


9,730 


7.569 


1,126 


327 


3,808 


2.950 


4,705 


858 


1,477 


328 


15,299 


4,629 


6.380 


4,290 


2 


16.239 


9,578 


4,839 


1,444 


378 


4,027 


3,097 


2,583 


930 


541 


256 


14,057 


4,846 


4.908 


4.303 


3 


19.913 


1 1 ,467 


6,993 


1,075 


378 


3,504 


2.685 


2,482 


819 


667 


195 


14.825 


4,391 


6,132 


4,302 


4 


20,325 


1 1 ,669 


7,688 


701 


267 


4,280 


3,295 


2,379 


985 


771 


290 


15.418 


4,774 


6,307 


4,337 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 
4 



71,256 
71,384 



38,876 
40,588 



26,480 
27,316 



4,640 
2.192 



1,260 
1,288 



14,664 
15,936 



1 1 ,408 
12,352 



11,544 
10.708 



3,256 
3,584 



2,768 
3.344 



1,200 
1,116 



55.084 
57.424 



17,620 
19,200 



21,504 
22,256 



15,960 
15.968 



1985 1 
2 
3 
4 



69,936 
73,516 
78,020 
79,444 



38,088 
43.100 
45,104 
43,484 



26.440 
25.128 
27.100 
29.688 



4,128 
4.088 
4.400 
4,768 



1,280 
1.200 
1.416 
1,504 



15,404 
16,016 
15,020 
16,036 



11.848 
12,324 
11,564 
12,372 



13,060 
1 1 .624 
11,848 
12,064 



3,556 
3,692 
3,456 
3,664 



3.952 
2.644 
3.380 
3.848 



1,288 

1.024 

952 

1,012 



59,936 
60.124 
58.396 
59.940 



19,956 22,744 

19,704 23,196 

17,060 24.116 

17,840 24,852 



17,236 
17,224 
17,220 
1 7,248 











Revenue 
















Other current transfers from persons 








Investment income 








Year 




Total 


Federal 


Provincial Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 
pension 


quarter 


Total 


Federal Provincial Local 


Hospitals 


plan 


D 

D 


40074 
40312 


40075 40076 40077 
40313 40314 40315 


40078 
40316 


40079 
40317 


40080 
40318 


40081 40082 
40319 40320 


40083 
40321 


40084 
40322 


40559 
40560 



1983 


3,408 


22 


3.118 


222 


46 


24,737 


6,427 


14.123 


624 


117 


2.498 


948 


1984 


3,592 


24 


3.285 


234 


49 


27.787 


7,635 


15,501 


677 


124 


2,829 


1,021 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 






















1984 3 


889 


6 


813 


58 


12 


6,721 


1,812 


3.869 


169 


31 


578 


262 


4 


935 


6 


856 


60 


13 


7,465 


1,848 


4,220 


208 


31 


896 


262 


1985 1 


1,049 


6 


967 


63 


13 


7,229 


2,048 


4,134 


144 


34 


606 


263 


2 


943 


6 


860 


64 


13 


7,526 


2,306 


3,820 


183 


34 


916 


267 


3 


943 


6 


861 


63 


13 


7.387 


2,163 


4,117 


186 


34 


617 


270 


4 


978 


6 


894 


64 


14 


7.901 


1,995 


4,402 


227 


34 


974 


269 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


3,736 


24 


3.432 


232 


48 


27,696 


7,232 


15,788 


720 


124 


2.784 


1.048 


4 


3,744 


24 


3.428 


240 


52 


28,328 


7,264 


16,036 


784 


128 


3.068 


1.048 


1985 1 


3.784 


24 


3,456 


252 


52 


28,796 


8,232 


15,856 


608 


132 


2.916 


1,052 


2 


4.072 


24 


3,740 


256 


52 


30,552 


8,972 


16,456 


704 


136 


3.216 


1,068 


3 


3,880 


24 


3,552 


252 


52 


30,468 


8,700 


16,704 


792 


140 


3,052 


1,080 


4 


3,916 


24 


3,580 


256 


56 


30,356 


8,144 


16,876 


856 


136 


3.268 


1,076 



'Includes the taxes on life insurance companies introduced in 1969 At the present time, for National Accounts purposes, lite insurance companies are treated as associations of individ- 
uals in so far as their investment activities are concerned The 1969 taxes are thus included here pending a complete review of the treatment of insurance 2 Tax liabilities 'With- 
holding taxes. *The quarterly figures of real property taxes unadjusted and seasonally adjusted are obtained by dividing annual totals by four Since real property tax rates have been 
generally upward, this treatment gives rise to a fictitious seasonal between the fourth and first quarters in the seasonally adjusted taxes of series 
For source see Table 1.9. 



21 



Section 


3- 


-Table 


1.7/Continued 




















April 1986 


1 — Income and expenditure accounts 
Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, 


and surplus 


or deficit, 


by level of government (millions of dollars) /continued 




















Revenue 


















Current transfers from other levels of government 








Total revenue 










Total 


Provinces 


Local governments 


Hospitals 






Year 
and 

quarter 


From local 

From govern- 

Canada ments 


From 
Canada 


From local 

From From govern- 

provinces provinces ments 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


D 

D 




40085 
40323 


40086 40087 
40324 40325 


40088 
40326 


40089 
40327 


40090 
40328 


40091 
40329 


40092 
40330 


40093 
40331 


40094 
40332 


40095 
40333 


40096 
40334 


40097 
40335 


40098 
40336 


1983 
1984 




44,808 
49,002 


17,047 76 
19,303 100 


314 
326 


15,503 
16,032 


11,848 
13,221 


20 
20 


200,823 
220,573 


69,261 
76.392 


80,017 
88,523 


31 ,482 
33,251 


12,031 
13.414 


5,972 
6,731 


2,060 
2,262 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 
























1984 3 
4 




1 1 ,832 
12.109 


4.538 15 
4,758 26 


103 

41 


3.633 
3.919 


3.538 
3,360 


5 

5 


55,003 
58,003 


19,073 
21,241 


22,174 
23,434 


7.954 
8,251 


3.586 
3,409 


1,630 
1,182 


586 
486 


1985 1 
2 
3 
4 




12.577 
14.756 
12,953 
12,667 


6.013 40 
5.055 21 
5,187 15 
4,914 27 


101 
88 
84 
35 


3.303 
5.910 
4,198 
4,199 


3,115 
3,677 
3,464 
3,487 


5 
5 
5 
5 


59,042 
57.804 
59.720 
61,859 


19,691 
20,089 
20,907 
22.029 


25,961 
20.433 
24,124 
25,217 


7.901 

10.548 

8,833 

8,862 


3.167 
3,729 
3.516 
3,540 


1,732 
2,360 
1,692 
1,675 


590 
645 
648 
536 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 
4 

1985 1 
2 
3 
4 


48,768 
49,040 

53,672 
52,084 
53,340 
52,716 


18.880 
19,064 

22,464 
20,224 
21,472 
20.516 


80 
104 

116 

100 

88 

108 


388 
272 

372 
328 
292 
240 


15.800 
16,132 

16,876 
17,468 
17,864 
18.232 


13,600 
13,448 

13,824 
13,944 
13,604 
13.600 


20 
20 

20 
20 
20 
20 


222,404 
226,972 

232,816 
237,388 
240,076 
243,420 


76,360 
80,544 

79,436 
85,148 
83.404 
82.876 


89,420 
91,788 

94,632 
92,536 
96,488 
99,284 


33,100 
33,396 

35,344 
35,980 
36,420 
36.832 


13,792 
13,648 

14,028 
14,152 
13,816 
13,812 


7,424 
5.260 

7.044 
7,304 
7,452 
8,036 


2.308 
2,336 

2,332 
2,268 
2,496 
2,580 
















Current e> 


penditure 




















Purchases of goods 


and services 5 








Transfer payments 


to persons 






Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Defence" 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospital 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


D 
D 


40111 
40349 


40112 
40350 


40113 
40351 


40114 
40352 


40115 
40353 


40116 
40354 


40553 
40556 


40554 
40557 


40117 
40355 


40118 
40356 


40119 
40357 


40120 
40358 


40121 
40359 


40122 
40360 


1983 
1984 


84,311 
90,861 


19,652 
21,782 


7,224 
8,199 


26,648 
28.471 


26,556 
28,334 


1 1 ,325 
12,125 


85 

91 


45 
58 


49,799 
53,859 


28,178 
29,744 


16,242 
17,773 


672 
743 


3,485 
4,045 


1,222 
1,554 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 3 


22.908 


5,057 


1,945 


7.920 


6.824 


3,070 


21 


16 


13,033 


7,149 


4,303 


164 


1,021 


396 


4 


23.481 


5,443 


1,938 


7,123 


7,791 


3,080 


30 


14 


13,790 


7,360 


4.828 


165 


1,041 


396 


1985 1 


24,609 


6,847 


2,879 


7,608 


7,013 


3,094 


27 


20 


14,764 


8,530 


4.466 


201 


1,121 


446 


2 


23,097 


5,699 


2.170 


6,642 


7,503 


3,229 


11 


13 


14,821 


8.154 


4,806 


244 


1,159 


458 


3 


24,188 


5,412 


2,214 


8,152 


7,305 


3,264 


40 


15 


14,116 


7,471 


4,815 


177 


1,190 


463 


4 


25,026 


5,967 


2,348 


7,471 


8.263 


3,285 


27 


13 


14,820 


7,721 


5,241 


178 


1,206 


474 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


91,480 


21 .936 


8,096 


28,628 


28,572 


12,196 


84 


64 


54,600 


30.232 


17,980 


720 


4,084 


1,584 


4 


93,000 


21.976 


7,804 


29.440 


28,992 


12,416 


120 


56 


56.036 


30,940 


18,628 


720 


4,164 


1,584 


1985 1 


95,200 


23,812 


9,864 


29,392 


29,328 


12.480 


108 


80 


57,540 


31,488 


18,964 


820 


4,484 


1.784 


2 


96,328 


23,984 


9,556 


29,644 


29,784 


12,820 


44 


52 


58,296 


32,024 


18,916 


888 


4,636 


1.832 


3 


96,828 


23,568 


9,416 


29,696 


30,364 


12,980 


160 


60 


58.412 


31.504 


19,540 


756 


4.760 


1,852 


4 


99,324 


24,336 


9,608 


30,760 


30.860 


13,208 


108 


52 


59.836 


32,488 


19,892 


736 


4,824 


1,896 



'See page 23 "Defense purchases of goods and services are included in Federal government purchases of goods and services 



22 



April 1986 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars)/continued 



Section 3 — Table 1.7/Continued 

















Current expenditure 


















Subsidies 




Capita 


assistance 


Current transfers 
to non-residents 




Total 


Interest 
Federal 


on the public 
Provincial 


debt 
Local 




Year 


Total 


Federal 


Canada 

Pension 

Plan 




quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Hospitals 


D 
D 


40124 
40362 


40125 
40363 


40126 
40364 


40127 
40365 


40128 
40366 


40129 
40367 


40130 
40368 


41970 
41972 


41971 
41973 


40131 
40369 


40132 
40370 


40133 
40371 


40134 
40372 


40555 
40558 


1983 
1984 


8,627 
10,952 


5,683 
7,492 


2,944 
3,460 


4,285 
3.694 


3,365 
3,064 


920 
630 


1,187 
1,565 


1,163 
1.537 


24 
28 


28,116 
33,174 


17.412 
21,320 


7,729 
8,722 


2,818 
2,967 


157 
165 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 3 


2,771 


1.862 


909 


882 


732 


150 


331 


324 


7 


8.254 


5,453 


2,112 


653 


36 


4 


3,084 


1.958 


1,126 


1,041 


869 


172 


378 


371 


7 


9.257 


5,951 


2.292 


961 


53 


1985 1 


2.858 


1,951 


907 


907 


758 


149 


444 


436 


8 


8.882 


5.921 


2,322 


605 


34 


2 


3,217 


2,438 


779 


956 


726 


230 


400 


392 


8 


9.704 


6,300 


2.504 


853 


47 


3 


1,992 


986 


1.006 


717 


538 


179 


440 


432 


8 


9.436 


6.285 


2,408 


704 


39 


4 


2,230 


1,014 


1,216 


843 


691 


152 


375 


367 


8 


10.161 


6.469 


2,599 


1,036 


57 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 
4 

1985 1 
2 
3 
4 


1 1 ,200 
11,464 

1 1 ,480 

13,028 

8.324 

8,356 


7,612 
7,804 

7.836 
9,324 
4,240 
4,156 


3,588 
3,660 

3.644 
3.704 
4.084 
4,200 


3.484 
4,168 

3,780 
3,684 
2,836 
3,392 


2,884 
3,480 

3,184 
2,764 
2,120 
2,784 


600 
688 

596 
920 
716 
608 


1.488 
1.688 

1.596 
1,400 
1,924 
1,716 


1,460 
1,660 

1,564 
1.368 
1,892 
1,684 


28 
28 

32 
32 
32 
32 


34.220 
35.780 

36,012 
38.304 
38.456 
39.960 


22,156 
23,296 

23.860 
25.260 
24,992 
25,788 


8,896 
9,204 

8,904 

9.704 

10,040 

10.684 


3.004 
3.104 

3,080 
3.164 
3.244 
3.304 


164 

176 

168 
176 
180 
184 
















Current expenditure 


















Current 


transfers to 


other levels of government 








Total current expenditure 5 








Total 


Canada to 


Provinces to 


Local governments to 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 




Year 
and 

quarter 


Provinces 


Local 
govern- 
ments 


Local 
govern- 
ments 


Hospitals 


Provinces 


Hospitals 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


D 
D 


40135 
40373 


40136 
40374 


40137 
40375 


40138 
40376 


40139 
40377 


40140 
40378 


40141 
40379 


40142 
40380 


40143 
40381 


40144 
40382 


40145 
40383 


40146 
40384 


40147 
40385 


40148 
40386 


1983 
1984 


44,808 
49,002 


17,047 
19,303 


314 
326 


15,503 
16.032 


11,848 
13,221 


76 
100 


20 

20 


221,133 
243,107 


92,814 
104,568 


81.834 
88.309 


30,142 
32,164 


1 1 .482 
12.290 


3,594 
4.164 


1.267 
1.612 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 3 


1 1 ,832 


4.538 


103 


3,633 


3.538 


15 


5 


60,01 1 


25,218 


22,565 


7,661 


3,106 


1.049 


412 


4 


12.109 


4,758 


41 


3,919 


3,360 


26 


5 


63,140 


26,751 


22,820 


8,948 


3,133 


1,078 


410 


1985 1 


12,577 


6.013 


101 


3,303 


3,115 


40 


5 


65,041 


30,557 


21,870 


7,864 


3,128 


1,156 


466 


2 


14,756 


5.055 


88 


5.910 


3,677 


21 


5 


66,951 


28,852 


24,548 


8,626 


3,276 


1,178 


471 


3 


12,953 


5,187 


84 


4,198 


3,464 


15 


5 


63,842 


26,395 


24.222 


8,206 


3,303 


1,238 


478 


4 


12,667 


4,914 


35 


4,199 


3,487 


27 


5 


66,122 


27,178 


24,365 


9,509 


3,342 


1,241 


487 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


48.768 


18,880 


388 


15.800 


13,600 


80 


20 


245.240 


105.548 


89.092 


32,396 


12,360 


4.196 


1,648 


4 


49,040 


19,064 


272 


16,132 


13,448 


104 


20 


251,176 


108,492 


91,200 


32,940 


12,592 


4.312 


1,640 


1985 1 


53,672 


22,464 


372 


16,876 


13,824 


116 


20 


259,280 


114,580 


92,200 


33.364 


12.648 


4,624 


1,864 


2 


52,084 


20.224 


328 


17,468 


13,944 


100 


20 


263,124 


115.276 


94,300 


33.956 


12,996 


4,712 


1,884 


3 


53.340 


21.472 


292 


17,864 


13,604 


88 


20 


260,120 


110,080 


95,544 


34,472 


13,160 


4,952 


1,912 


4 


52,716 


20.516 


240 


18,232 


13,600 


108 


20 


265,300 


1 1 1 ,992 


97,976 


35,028 


13,392 


4,964 


1,948 



'Includes capital consumptions allowances as shown on page 24, col 8. 



23 



Section 3— Table 1.7 /Concluded 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars)/concluded 



April 1986 















Surplus or 


deficit on a 


national accounts 


basis 


















Saving 








Total 


Plus: capital consumption 
Federal Provincial 


allowances 
Local 




Year 
and 
quarte 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


Hospitals 




D 

D 


40149 
40387 


40150 
40388 


40151 
40389 


40152 
40390 


40153 
40391 


40154 
40392 


40155 
40393 


40099 
40337 


40100 
40338 


40101 
40339 


40102 
40340 


40103 

40341 



1983 
1984 



-20.310 
-22.534 



-23.553 
-28.176 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 3 
4 

1985 1 
2 
3 
4 



-5,008 
-5.137 

-5.999 
-9.147 
-4,122 
-4,263 



-6,145 
-5.510 

-10.866 
-8.763 
-5.488 
-5.149 



-1.817 
214 



-391 

614 

4,091 

-4.115 

-98 

852 



1,340 
1,087 



293 
-697 

37 

1.922 

627 

-647 



549 
1.124 



2.378 
2.567 



480 


581 


276 


104 


39 


576 


453 


1,182 


213 


454 


198 


434 



793 


6,773 


1.146 


2.544 


2,586 


650 


7,564 


1,272 


2,889 


2,853 


174 


1,922 


323 


735 


724 


76 


1.985 


332 


762 


747 


124 


1,944 


331 


749 


724 


174 


2,011 


341 


778 


747 


170 


2,076 


352 


805 


769 


49 


2,139 


361 


832 


791 



497 
550 



140 
144 

140 
145 
150 
155 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 
4 

1985 1 
2 
3 
4 


-22.836 
-24,204 

-26,464 
-25,736 
-20.044 
-21.880 


-29,188 
-27,948 

-35,144 
-30,128 
-26.676 
-29,116 


328 
588 

2,432 

-1,764 

944 

1.308 


704 
456 

1,980 
2,024 
1,948 
1,804 


1,432 
1.056 

1,380 

1,156 

656 

420 


3,228 
948 

2,420 
2,592 
2,500 
3,072 


660 
696 

468 
384 
584 
632 


7.688 
7,940 

7,776 
8.044 
8,304 
8.556 


1.292 
1.328 

1,324 
1,364 
1.408 
1,444 


2,940 
3,048 

2,996 
3,112 
3,220 
3,328 


2.896 
2.988 

2,896 
2.988 
3.076 
3.164 


560 
576 

560 
580 
600 
620 












Surplus or 


deficit on a 


national accounts 


basis 














Deduct 


gross capital formation 








Equals: surplus ( + ) or 


deficit (-) 






Year 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 


quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


plan 


D 

D 


40156 
40394 


40157 
40395 


40158 
40396 


40159 
40397 


40160 
40398 


40168 
40406 


40169 
40407 


40170 
40408 


40171 
40409 


40172 
40410 


40173 
40411 


40174 
40412 


1983 
1984 


10.584 
1 1 ,726 


1,693 
2,755 


3.660 
3,619 


4,344 
4,460 


887 
892 


-24,121 
-26,696 


-24,100 
-29,659 


-2.933 
-516 


-418 
-520 


159 
782 


2,378 
2,567 


793 
650 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 3 


3,530 


829 


1,142 


1.328 


231 


-6.616 


-6,651 


-798 


-311 


389 


581 


174 


4 


3,102 


665 


993 


1.207 


237 


-6,254 


-5,843 


383 


-1,157 


183 


104 


76 


1985 1 


2,456 


618 


818 


848 


172 


-6,511 


-11,153 


4,022 


-87 


7 


576 


124 


2 


2,962 


673 


981 


1,108 


200 


-10,098 


-9,095 


-4,318 


1,561 


398 


1.182 


174 


3 


3.594 


745 


1,246 


1,374 


229 


-5.640 


-5,881 


-539 


22 


134 


454 


170 


4 


3,119 


548 


1,124 


1,233 


214 


-5,243 


-5.336 


560 


-1.089 


139 


434 


49 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


12,008 


2.916 


3,680 


4.504 


908 


-27,156 


-30,812 


-412 


-904 


1,084 


3,228 


660 


4 


12.252 


3,028 


3,728 


4,580 


916 


-28.516 


-29,648 


-92 


-1,136 


716 


948 


696 


1985 1 


12,120 


2,720 


4,128 


4,468 


804 


-30.808 


-36,540 


1,300 


408 


1,136 


2,420 


468 


2 


12,184 


2,688 


4.148 


4,536 


812 


-29,876 


-31,452 


-2.800 


476 


924 


2,592 


384 


3 


12,060 


2,468 


4,180 


4,592 


820 


-23,800 


-27,736 


-16 


432 


436 


2,500 


584 


4 


12.160 


2,460 


4,220 


4,656 


824 


-25,484 


-30,132 


416 


312 


216 


3.072 


632 



For source see Table 1.9. 



24 



April 1986 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.8: Implicit price indexes, 1 gross national expenditure (1971 =100), 

based on seasonally adjusted data 



Section 3— Tables 1.8 and 1.9 





Personal expenditure on 


consumer goods 


and services 




Government 






Gross fixed capital formation 












Government 
















current 
expenditure 












Year 






Semi- 


Non- 






Non- 


Machinery 


and 




Durable 


durable 


durable 




on goods 








residential 


and 


quarter 


Total 


goods 


goods 


goods 


Services 


and 


services 




Total 


Total 


construction 


equipment 





40626 


40627 


40628 


40629 


40630 




40631 




40632 


40633 


40634 


40635 


1983 


273.8 


2020 


223.3 


313.2 


294.5 




355.2 




2769 


279.0 


290.1 


235.4 


1984 


2847 


206.6 


229.7 


331.3 


308.4 




3729 




2823 


283 1 


293.6 


2472 


1984 3 


2860 


206.7 


230.1 


331.8 


310.7 




374.4 




282.4 


2827 


2933 


2469 


4 


288.2 


208.3 


232.2 


3358 


312.5 




377.1 




284.9 


286.7 


2973 


251.2 


1985 1 


292.3 


211.8 


234.4 


340.5 


317.9 




384.1 




288.6 


290.3 


299 1 


2573 


2 


294.7 


211.8 


236.3 


343.5 


323.3 




3882 




291 4 


291 8 


300.1 


257.8 


3 


297.4 


213.1 


238.0 


346.9 


327.6 




391.3 




2927 


2934 


301.2 


2587 


4 


300.4 


214.1 


239.2 


351.4 


332.2 




394.8 




295.8 


2990 


3064 


2636 






Gross fixed capital formation 














Deduct: 


















Exoorts of 






imports of 
goods and serv 










Business 




goods and services 






ces 










Non- 


















Gross 






Residential 


residential 


Machinery 






Of which: 






Of which: 


national 




Total 


construction 


construction 


& equipment 




Total 


merchandise 




Total merchandise 


expenditure 


D 


40636 


40637 


40638 


40639 




40640 




40641 




40642 


40643 


40625 


1983 


276.6 


287.4 


280.0 


266.9 




306.5 




306.1 




299.3 


292.1 


290.1 


1984 


282.2 


2906 


283 8 


276.0 




311.2 




309.2 




316.4 


308.4 


298.3 


1984 3 


282.3 


2895 


283.0 


277.7 




311.4 




309.1 




319.5 


311.7 


2984 


4 


284.6 


291.1 


285.0 


280.5 




309.8 




3068 




320 8 


312.1 


300.4 


1985 1 


288.3 


294.9 


286.5 


286.2 




318.5 




315.8 




3250 


313.3 


304.5 


2 


291.4 


298.1 


289.1 


289.4 




323.8 




321.2 




3358 


327.0 


307.4 


3 


292.6 


300.6 


290.2 


289.3 




319.0 




315.2 




330.3 


320.8 


308.6 


4 


295.3 


302.7 


290.6 


294.0 




322.3 




318.8 




336.2 


326.7 


310.3 



'These implicit indexes are current weighted price indexes. They reflect not only pure price changes, but also changing expenditure patterns within and between major groups Quarter- 
to-quarter comparisons based on the seasonally adjusted data are less subject to the problem of shifting weights than are similar comparisons based on data unadjusted for seasonality, 
and therefore may be used as indicators of price change 
For source see Table 1.9. 

Table 1.9: Relation between gross national product at market prices and gross domestic product at factor cost (millions of dollars) 







Gross 






Investment 


Investment 




Gross 






Investment 


Investment 








national 






income 


income 


Gross 


national 






income 


income 


Gross 


Year 




product 


Residual 


Indirect 


received 


paid 


domestic 


product 


Residual 


Indirect 


received 


paid 


domestic 


and 




at market 


error of 


taxes less 


from non- 


to non- 


product at 


at market 


error of 


taxes less 


from non- 


to non- 


product at 


quarte 




prices 


estimate 


subsidies 


residents 


residents 


factor cost 


prices 


estimate 


subsidies 


residents 


residents 


factor cost 




D 


40193 


40194 


40195 


40196 


40197 


40198 
















D 














40550 


40431 


40432 


40433 


40434 


40435 


1983 




389,844 


218 


-41,417 


-5,087 


17,330 


360,888 














1984 




420,870 


1,227 


-44,150 


-5.097 


20,103 


392,953 















Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


113,174 


921 


-11,304 


-1,312 


4,890 


106,369 


424.340 


1.552 


-43.884 


-5.368 


20,140 


396,780 


4 


107,584 


-842 


-11,577 


-1,505 


5.577 


99,237 


430.824 


1.056 


-45.960 


-5,396 


21,108 


401,632 


1985 1 


104.646 


1,245 


-12,441 


-1,683 


5,967 


97,734 


441,088 


656 


-48,456 


-6,968 


23,856 


410.176 


2 


110,147 


-450 


-10,840 


-1,489 


5.297 


102,665 


448,860 


356 


-47.096 


-6,328 


21.532 


417.324 


3 


121,792 


289 


-12,833 


-1,685 


5.151 


112,714 


458,136 


-232 


-50,072 


-6,764 


21,332 


422,400 


4 


117,139 


-1.029 


-13,188 


-1.459 


5,974 


107,437 


466,812 


-560 


-51,584 


-5,204 


22,836 


432,300 



Source: National income and expenditure accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



25 



Section 3— Table 2.1 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.1: Gross domestic product by industry ot origin 1 , quarterly in constant (1971) prices 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classitication 



April 1986 





Gross 

domestic 

product 


Agriculture 


Forestry 


Fishing 

and 

trapping 


Mines 

(including 

milling). 

quarries 

and oil 

wells 


Manufac- 
turing 
industries 


Con- 
struction 


Transportation. Communication 
and other utilities 




Total 


Trade 

Wholesale 
trade 




Year 
and 

quarter 


Total 


Trans- 
portation 


Commun- 
ication 


Electric 

power, 

gas and 

water 

utilities 


Retail 
trade 


D 
D 


143992 
143820 


143993 
143821 


143994 
143822 


143995 
143823 


143996 
143824 


144007 
143835 


144087 
143915 


144088 
143916 


144089 
143917 


144097 
143925 


144099 
143927 


144102 
143930 


144103 
143931 


144105 
143933 


1984 
1985 


124,855.5 
130.253.8 


3,102.6 
3.158.5 


841.0 
8355 


160.6 
179.7 


3.473.6 
3.531.1 


26,389.6 
27,601.7 


6.210.9 
6,570.4 


18,011.8 
18,7190 


8.114.9 
8.378.6 


5.252.2 
5,461.5 


4,395.4 
4,651.4 


16.339.1 
17,483.5 


7,171.2 
7,661.9 


9,167.9 
9,821.6 



Unadjusted tor seasonal variation 



1984 3 


32,468.2 


2.0463 


225.0 


58.5 


828.4 


6.428.5 


1 ,839.6 


4,456.8 


2.122.1 


1,315.9 


949 4 


4,053.7 


1.805.7 


2,248.0 


4 


31.322.1 


181.7 


2246 


32.2 


913.9 


6,619.3 


1,563.9 


4.596.5 


2,027.7 


1.325.9 


1,179.9 


4.440.5 


1 ,824.5 


2,616.1 


1985 1 


30,818.0 


285.1 


251.2 


18.7 


919.6 


6.708.8 


1 ,273.2 


4.726.4 


1.985.1 


1,334.8 


1.357.9 


3.826.3 


1.772.5 


2,053.7 


2 


32,697.0 


602.0 


1499 


56.1 


8658 


7.147.6 


1,627.4 


4.606.6 


2,1464 


1 ,362.3 


1.037.9 


4.486.9 


1,979.5 


2,507.4 


3 


33.848.0 


2.081 .3 


201.1 


66.9 


824.6 


6,731.8 


1 ,966.4 


4.581.5 


2,155.9 


1,374.1 


995.9 


4.346.4 


1.922.2 


2,424.1 


4 


32,890.6 


190.1 


233.3 


37.9 


921.1 


7,013.7 


1,703 5 


4,804.8 


2,091.3 


1.390.3 


1,259.7 


4.823.9 


1,987.5 


2,836.5 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


125.851.9 


3.147.7 


8982 


144.0 


4 


126,779.4 


3,111.7 


8306 


155.4 


1985 1 


127.686.6 


3.1962 


877.2 


178.9 


2 


129,1042 


3,109 1 


798.7 


159.0 


3 


131,104.4 


3,172.0 


7958 


152.8 


4 


132.936.6 


3.161.2 


8656 


1778 



3.510.8 26,942.4 

3.556.9 26,797.6 

3,556.3 26,832.3 

3.519.6 27.298.4 

3.457.7 28.062.6 
3.580.2 28.325.5 



6.286.7 


18,161.5 


8.187.7 


5,260.4 


4,458.4 


16,366.6 


7,232.1 


9,134.5 


6.215.1 


18,358.5 


8,300.0 


5,3102 


4.508.2 


16,708.2 


7.364.0 


9,344.2 


6,165.0 


18,483.2 


8.301.3 


5,380.6 


4,5678 


16.892.0 


7.391.4 


9,500.5 


6.513.3 


18,557.4 


8.352.4 


5,4056 


4,5693 


17.140.2 


7,460.1 


9,680.1 


6,685.6 


18.715.1 


8.347.6 


5.491.2 


4.669.4 


17.608.4 


7.728.4 


9,880.0 


6.804.8 


19,148.2 


8.559.5 


5,574.4 


4,772.3 


18,126.0 


8,002.2 


10,123.7 







Finance 

insurance 

and real 

estate 


Community 

business 

and 

personal 

services 


Public 

administration 

and 

defence 






Special industry groupings 








Year 
and 
quarte 


Industrial 
production 


Goods- 
producing 
industries 


Service- 
producing 
industries 


Commercial 
industries 


Non 

commercial 
industries 


Non-durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


Durable 

manufacturing 

industries 




D 
D 


144119 
143947 


144126 
143954 


144133 
143961 


144145 
143968 


144148 
143969 


144147 
143970 


144146 
143971 


144149 
143972 


144140 
143974 


144139 
143973 



1984 
1985 



16,871.0 


24.802.0 


8,653.3 


34.2586 


44.573.7 


80.281 .8 


105.254.4 


19,601.1 


12,883.3 


13.506 3 


17,763.0 


25,686.4 


8,725.0 


35.784.2 


46.528.3 


83,725.5 


110,383.6 


19,870.2 


13.285.3 


14.316.4 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



984 3 


4,209.9 


6,081.8 


2,239.7 


8,206.2 


12,375.6 


20,0927 


27,728.3 


4,739.9 


3.182.3 


3,246.1 


4 


4,272.1 


6.348.6 


2,128.7 


8,713.0 


10,715.4 


20,606.6 


26,339.8 


4,982.2 


3,237.1 


3.382.2 


985 1 


4,336.2 


6.3523 


2,1202 


8,9863 


10,814.4 


20,003.6 


25,830.2 


4,9878 


3.219.9 


3,4889 


2 


4,447.8 


6.512.5 


2,194.2 


9,051 .4 


11,486.8 


21,210.2 


27,649.7 


5,047.3 


3,389.8 


3,757.8 


3 


4,494.0 


6,296.8 


2,257 1 


8,5524 


12.868.2 


20.979.8 


29.047.7 


4,800.4 


3,288.5 


3,443.4 


4 


4,485.0 


6,523.9 


2,153.4 


9,194.6 


11,359.3 


21,531.3 


27,8558 


5,034.8 


3,387.1 


3,626.6 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


16,828.2 


24,893.4 


8.672.4 


34,911.6 


45,388.2 


80.463.7 


106,207.5 


19,644.4 


12,988.7 


13,953.7 


4 


17.153.3 


25,197.4 


8.694.7 


34.862.7 


45,175.6 


81 ,603.9 


107,016.7 


19,762.7 


13,023.4 


13,774.2 


1985 1 


17.385.3 


25.439.0 


8,681.1 


34.956.4 


45,373.8 


82,312.8 


107,883.7 


19.802.9 


12,976.7 


13.855.6 


2 


17.676.7 


25.651.0 


8,680.9 


35,387.3 


45,967.4 


83,136.9 


109.291.0 


19.813.2 


13,150.2 


14,148.2 


3 


17,974.3 


25.738.4 


8,741.8 


36,1896 


46.995.7 


84,108.7 


111.202.5 


19,901.8 


13,399.8 


14,662.8 


4 


18,018.9 


25,928.3 


8,800.0 


36,678.0 


47.687.4 


85,249.2 


112,963.0 


19,973.6 


13,659.5 


14.666.0 



'The average of the monthly series may not equal the annual level due to rounding 
For source see Table 2.2/Concluded. 



26 



April 1986 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry of origin, monthly indexes (1971 =100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification 



Section 3— Table 2.2 



Year 
and 

month 



Gross 

domestic 

product 



Agriculture 



Forestry 



Fishing 

and 

trapping 



Total 



Mines (including milling), 
quarries and oil wells 







Non-metal 


Metal 


Mineral 


mines (except 


mines 


fuels 


coal mines) 



144336 
144164 



144337 
144165 



144338 
144166 



144339 
144167 



144340 
144168 



144341 
144169 



144345 
144173 



144348 
144176 



1984 
1985 



50.0 


115.1 


125.6 


109.0 


110.4 


80.7 


128.2 


115.9 


56.4 


117.2 


124 8 


121.9 


112.2 


78.8 


132.9 


105.3 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



1438 


40.5 


155.1 


59.6 


114.5 


850 


130.8 


120.9 


145.9 


29.4 


158.7 


55.2 


116.0 


86.1 


130.7 


120.3 


148.6 


140.8 


87.1 


55.8 


109.5 


87.6 


125.8 


126.3 


151.2 


128.4 


72.7 


174.0 


106.1 


82.2 


123.8 


120.9 


152.9 


11.3 


98.4 


186.4 


109.3 


80 5 


126.2 


117.4 


144.1 


65.2 


118.9 


123.7 


101 4 


66.9 


126.5 


82.5 


148.3 


98.4 


130 8 


201.6 


104.5 


74.8 


122.6 


95.7 


175.6 


747.3 


153.5 


151.1 


110.0 


84.8 


121.3 


124.7 


150.8 


23.5 


140.1 


68.6 


117.3 


83.5 


132.7 


124.1 


153.3 


20.5 


139.6 


105.5 


119.8 


879 


135.7 


132.6 


147.3 


36.9 


122.9 


88.3 


111.4 


76.2 


135.6 


110.7 


142.0 


45.9 


130.7 


38.2 


111.8 


74.3 


136.8 


105.2 


149.5 


45.3 


166.2 


45.6 


119.2 


82.3 


141.4 


115.9 


152.6 


35.7 


153.4 


68.2 


119.7 


81.7 


139.1 


124.8 


154.7 


139.2 


109.7 


63.5 


109.0 


84.0 


130.5 


116.5 


156.8 


119.5 


69.2 


133.8 


109.2 


83.8 


130.8 


106.6 


159.8 


9.3 


89.8 


259.6 


112.0 


78.8 


130.3 


104.3 


149.8 


64.4 


101.2 


137.8 


99.3 


63.1 


123.4 


69.7 


154.9 


98.4 


129.1 


278.7 


101.0 


67.6 


123.2 


74.2 


183.1 


763.7 


130.2 


128.4 


114.2 


86.3 


127.5 


103.0 


158.8 


20.6 


152.5 


120.8 


117.4 


82.8 


132.9 


125.4 


160.8 


26.4 


150.4 


100 


118.7 


81.1 


139.4 


118.7 


154.5 


37.6 


115.2 


87.7 


115.2 


80.0 


139.1 


98.6 



1986 J 



46.1 



134.8 



74.9 



140.2 



103.1 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



147.4 


113.8 


128.1 


1375 


108.1 


80.0 


125.1 


114.7 


147.8 


113.6 


130.0 


109.9 


110.3 


81.0 


128.8 


1107 


148.0 


113.1 


101.2 


105.7 


111.2 


78.6 


131.9 


116.1 


148.8 


115.3 


120.0 


117.3 


107.5 


71.5 


131.9 


118.3 


149.8 


116.3 


119.7 


106.4 


109.0 


77.9 


127.6 


114.9 


151.5 


116.9 


1449 


81.2 


113.1 


84.4 


130.9 


116.6 


151.1 


118.1 


128.9 


98.2 


111.6 


83.8 


128.1 


117.0 


150.9 


115.3 


128.7 


113.8 


110.1 


84.9 


123.4 


121.8 


151.0 


115.5 


121.3 


94.3 


113.5 


81.2 


130.6 


111.5 


152.7 


115.2 


123.5 


116.6 


113.4 


86.0 


128.6 


116.7 


153.0 


115.6 


127.4 


105.5 


112.3 


82.7 


130.0 


114.5 


152.6 


118.9 


130.7 


110.2 


114.0 


82.0 


133.5 


109.9 


153.1 


118.2 


136.0 


116.4 


112.2 


77.4 


134.6 


110.5 


154.3 


118.6 


126.4 


137.6 


112.9 


76.9 


135.8 


114.2 


154.3 


114.7 


128.6 


119.7 


110.6 


76.0 


133.9 


106.7 


154.9 


114.4 


115.1 


89.8 


112.2 


77.5 


135.9 


105.3 


156.0 


116.9 


114.2 


114.1 


112.8 


77.0 


132.9 


104.0 


157.1 


116.9 


120.4 


91.9 


109.0 


77.2 


127.9 


98.0 


157.4 


119.3 


123.5 


112.3 


108.1 


75.8 


129.4 


92.3 


157.9 


116.8 


112.7 


106.7 


112.6 


82.6 


130 2 


100.1 


158.9 


114.0 


131.0 


123.6 


113.5 


80.4 


131.3 


113.0 


159.8 


117.4 


135.4 


118.4 


113.1 


78.6 


133.6 


105.8 


160.3 


120.4 


121.5 


119.9 


114.7 


82.9 


134.5 


101.7 



1986 J 



160.3 



118.1 



133.3 



122.5 



115.8 



82.0 



136.7 



107.9 



For source see Table 2.2/Concluded. 



27 



Section 3— Table 2.2/Continued 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry ot origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



April 1986 



100), 















Manufacturing 


industries 












Year 
and 
month 


Total 


Food and 
beverages 
industries 


Tobacco 
products 
industries 


Rubber 
& plastic 
products 
industries 


Leather 
industries 


Textile 
industries 


Knitting 

and 

clothing 

industries 


Wood 
industries 


Furniture 

and fixture 

industries 


Paper 
and allied 
industries 


Printing, 
publishing, 
and allied 
industries 


Primary 

metal 

industries 


D 

D 


144351 
144179 


144352 
144180 


144365 
144193 


144366 
144194 


144369 

144197 


144371 
144199 


144572 

144571 


144379 
144207 


144383 
144211 


144385 
144213 


144389 

144217 


144392 
144220 


1984 
1985 


138.6 
145.0 


122.1 
1252 


101.8 
104.7 


187.9 
194.7 


102.5 
101.1 


1348 
135.3 


123.0 
124.6 


156 1 
1666 


122.5 
1346 


127.8 
133.5 


185.0 
191.7 


122.5 
124.2 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 F 


1389 


114.8 


1167 


196.0 


1075 


1449 


133.9 


152.7 


133.3 


120.3 


186 1 


127.0 


M 


143.4 


119.9 


115.3 


199 9 


113.4 


150.5 


124.9 


148.4 


130.6 


115.5 


192.1 


131.6 


A 


139.3 


116.4 


105.1 


199.3 


87.1 


141.8 


116.7 


166.4 


126.9 


124.1 


191.0 


128.3 


M 


141.4 


1237 


103.7 


190.2 


1024 


140.7 


1040 


159 6 


118.3 


132.6 


190.2 


130.5 


J 


150.6 


137.5 


105.8 


201.5 


104.8 


153.1 


125.9 


174.0 


130.8 


137.9 


189.8 


130.0 


J 


124.4 


121.2 


39.3 


158.0 


88.7 


99.3 


117.0 


143.2 


91.5 


127.9 


156.8 


109.8 


A 


133 5 


125.7 


88.6 


180 2 


116.7 


121.3 


135.5 


149.3 


115.2 


129.7 


176.1 


113.8 


S 


147.2 


134.6 


102.8 


186.6 


119.7 


136.7 


138.7 


168 4 


131.1 


1346 


196.3 


122.2 


O 


142.5 


125.1 


110.3 


194.1 


117.4 


137.1 


137.8 


164.0 


131.7 


130.6 


199.6 


124.8 


N 


147.2 


126.7 


133.6 


202.8 


100.6 


143.9 


128.8 


161.4 


138.0 


131.5 


204.7 


124.7 


D 


1275 


113.7 


87.0 


180.2 


78.1 


120.2 


103.7 


140.4 


108.4 


122.2 


175.2 


105.6 


1985 J 


128.8 


107.7 


106 6 


180.6 


81.7 


116.6 


112.1 


141.5 


105.2 


124.4 


165.2 


119.5 


F 


145 


117.1 


115.6 


1990 


99.8 


142.1 


133.5 


164.9 


137.9 


135.9 


190.7 


126.9 


M 


149.0 


120.9 


118.2 


198.2 


103.0 


143.2 


125.2 


175.8 


133.4 


140.1 


191.1 


131.0 


A 


145.7 


1230 


112.8 


203.6 


90.5 


135.1 


113.1 


166 6 


137.0 


130.2 


197 8 


130.5 


M 


146.7 


124.6 


1189 


196.7 


95.7 


137.0 


101.8 


166.1 


136.7 


133.3 


194.7 


129.7 


J 


158.1 


142.3 


126 


210.8 


92.7 


1466 


124.9 


187.5 


144.1 


140.2 


194.5 


133.4 


J 


128.6 


122.7 


40.4 


166.8 


99.5 


104.1 


118.4 


147.5 


108.1 


122.0 


164.8 


112.6 


A 


1400 


130 4 


96.9 


182.0 


117.5 


125.6 


137.6 


169.9 


131.3 


132.2 


182.0 


113.3 


S 


155.7 


136.1 


113.4 


207.3 


127.0 


145.7 


145.1 


180 4 


147 6 


138 3 


203.3 


128 8 


O 


152.8 


127.7 


115.5 


204.8 


119.2 


152.9 


144.4 


178.5 


153.2 


137.1 


209.8 


129.1 


N 


155 8 


130.8 


115.1 


211.4 


108.4 


149.4 


136.0 


170.5 


156.1 


140.7 


221.7 


125.9 


D 


133.4 


118.8 


77.2 


175.2 


777 


125.4 


103 2 


150.4 


124.5 


126.9 


184.7 


110.0 



1986 J 



136.6 



112.1 



105 9 



1876 



909 



129.7 



124 6 



160.2 



124.8 



131.1 



177.8 



127.8 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 



134.6 


120 8 


102 6 


179.5 


103 


136.6 


119.0 


147.5 


126.0 


1155 


182.5 


121.4 


135.9 


122.7 


101.0 


185.0 


108 6 


137.6 


120.1 


145.0 


124 


1108 


184.4 


121.7 


135.8 


1198 


98.7 


187.7 


958 


135.9 


1252 


154.7 


122.5 


126.4 


1842 


121.3 


136.6 


122.4 


99.7 


1847 


110.2 


1367 


119.3 


153.7 


117.0 


129.1 


186.5 


121.6 


137.9 


123 2 


100 1 


185.2 


97.1 


140.1 


120.4 


157.8 


120.7 


128 7 


185.2 


120.9 


143.3 


125.3 


98.4 


190.2 


104.5 


139.5 


127.5 


157.4 


123.4 


136.8 


184.4 


128.5 


141.9 


119.4 


101.2 


195.8 


102.3 


133 8 


128.7 


155.0 


120.0 


130.5 


188.4 


124.1 


139.3 


120 9 


98.8 


183.5 


94.8 


127.8 


119.6 


161.7 


117.6 


131.9 


184.8 


119.7 


138.3 


121 9 


101.3 


190 3 


108.1 


129.1 


124.8 


159.3 


123.5 


128.5 


185.6 


121.7 


141.2 


1226 


106.3 


195.6 


98.3 


1326 


124 8 


162.2 


124.2 


129.8 


1869 


121.7 


142.8 


125.5 


105.2 


201.4 


106 


132 6 


132.6 


161.1 


122.0 


134.3 


183.0 


125.0 


140.5 


124.5 


99.3 


194 


94 1 


126.2 


120.1 


155.8 


121.1 


130.9 


187.3 


122.0 


141.1 


124.7 


101.5 


1835 


96.0 


134.0 


118.8 


159.8 


130.3 


131.5 


187.0 


122.2 


141.1 


123.2 


103 3 


185.3 


988 


129.9 


120.4 


163.6 


126 6 


134.5 


183.7 


121.5 


142.9 


126 6 


107.5 


192.5 


98.9 


129.7 


122.1 


161.0 


132.1 


1325 


190.5 


123.5 


142.7 


123.7 


110.8 


187 6 


102.5 


134.5 


116.4 


160.3 


135.7 


129 8 


191.1 


121.9 


144.5 


126.1 


113.8 


192.8 


92.2 


134.4 


119 4 


168.3 


132.8 


1295 


190.4 


124.4 


147.6 


127.0 


109.0 


2008 


107.7 


141.2 


130.1 


166 4 


142.2 


131.1 


193.7 


126.8 


147.8 


126.3 


1082 


195.1 


103.1 


138.0 


126.9 


175.6 


136.6 


132.4 


194.3 


125.8 


146.7 


124.1 


1073 


195 4 


999 


136.4 


124.1 


172.0 


135 6 


133.3 


191.7 


126.3 


148.4 


1248 


105.2 


2034 


110.0 


142.5 


133.7 


173.9 


143 8 


135.1 


195.2 


126.0 


149.2 


126.3 


99.2 


2048 


106.2 


139.4 


132.3 


170.5 


1405 


138.8 


200.4 


125.6 


148.7 


129.7 


98.5 


2026 


101 8 


140.0 


135 3 


171.4 


140.3 


139.0 


196.6 


127.9 



149.4 



129.2 



98.7 



205.0 



105.2 



140.6 



133 9 



177.6 



143.7 



138.8 



200.7 



130.3 



For source see Table 2.2. Concluded. 



28 



April 1986 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 =100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



Section 3— Table 2. 2 /Continued 











Manufacturing 


industries 




















Metal 




















fabricating 


Machin- 






Non- 






Miscel- 














ind. (ex 


eries 


Trans- 




metallic 


Petroleum 


Chemical 


laneous 












Year 


mach. & 


ind. (ex. 


portation 


Electrical 


mineral 


and coal 


and chem 


manufac- 




Transportation, 


communication and other utilities 


and 


transp 


electrical 


equipment 


products 


products 


products 


products 


turing 


Construction 










month 


equip, ind. 


machinery 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industry 


Total 


Transp 


Storage 


Commun 


D 


144397 


144403 


144405 


144411 


144418 


144422 


144423 


144429 


144431 


144432 


144433 


144439 


144441 


D 


144225 


144231 


144233 


144239 


144246 


144250 


144251 


144257 


144259 


144260 


144261 


144267 


144269 


1984 


105.2 


182.6 


176.2 


127.3 


112.0 


86.2 


165.5 


116.9 


106.2 


178.6 


156.0 


130.7 


210.0 


1985 


114.0 


191.0 


186.4 


138.5 


120 


84.8 


173.3 


122.7 


112.4 


1856 


161.1 


119.2 


2184 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 F 


100.4 


179 4 


185.3 


125.7 


95.9 


92.1 


167.7 


126.4 


86.7 


177.7 


146.2 


100.7 


208 2 


M 


115.2 


187.6 


195.8 


128.1 


100.6 


85.3 


176.5 


129.2 


87.4 


180.0 


151.4 


105.8 


207.9 


A 


100.6 


181.3 


1886 


120.1 


108.7 


77.1 


167.2 


113.3 


94.5 


175.4 


153.2 


125.9 


207.7 


M 


101.3 


176.4 


189.5 


125.4 


119.5 


61.5 


175.9 


117.2 


103 3 


176.7 


158.9 


144.6 


210.9 


J 


112.9 


187.5 


203.2 


132.5 


126.1 


87 1 


179.3 


125.4 


117.7 


178.9 


166.1 


150.5 


214.9 


J 


100.1 


172.7 


142.3 


109.7 


116.0 


93.7 


146.1 


101.3 


124.2 


173.5 


161.0 


158.7 


206.3 


A 


102.4 


159.8 


155.5 


131.3 


116.0 


93.1 


156.5 


107.6 


127.3 


178.8 


164.6 


134.7 


213.2 


S 


114.4 


204.9 


179.1 


138.9 


132.5 


777 


175.6 


119.5 


126.1 


177.9 


164.1 


143.1 


211.8 


O 


109.3 


2040 


165.6 


128.9 


125 8 


79.1 


166.4 


122.6 


119.4 


180.9 


162.1 


144.4 


213.9 


N 


111.8 


196.3 


189.6 


141.2 


121.7 


88.6 


170.1 


127.5 


107.1 


185.0 


1586 


137.6 


215.0 


D 


102.2 


194.3 


149.1 


127.9 


98.6 


88.6 


148.6 


105.7 


94.5 


181.0 


147.1 


114.7 


207.2 


1985 J 


94.2 


175.5 


175.8 


120.4 


81.8 


82.6 


160.4 


96.7 


86.2 


184.6 


1449 


107.0 


208.9 


F 


109.3 


202.2 


187 6 


143.3 


91 1 


81.3 


184.0 


119.6 


86.9 


189.0 


153.2 


96.8 


215.5 


M 


116.9 


212.0 


195.7 


145.3 


104.3 


82.3 


182.5 


122.5 


88.2 


188.8 


160 


102.3 


216.0 


A 


114.1 


184.2 


194.8 


138.8 


112.3 


71.7 


180.2 


122.2 


97.3 


182.8 


160 5 


109.6 


214.7 


M 


115.9 


190 4 


199.3 


137.2 


130.9 


79.0 


172.9 


124.1 


109 8 


180.4 


163 6 


129.4 


217.0 


J 


122.5 


215.4 


2077 


145.3 


147.0 


85.7 


190.4 


132.9 


127.0 


184.8 


171.2 


137.9 


221.9 


J 


100.0 


169.5 


151.3 


121.2 


127.0 


90.5 


153.2 


109.1 


132.2 


178.6 


162.7 


125.2 


216.8 


A 


113.0 


175.2 


163.5 


131.4 


130.9 


93.6 


159.3 


124.8 


134.4 


182.1 


166.3 


1002 


220.0 


S 


129.2 


194.5 


195.9 


150.1 


139.6 


81 1 


183.9 


136.9 


137.0 


184.5 


168.5 


1239 


222.4 


O 


121.9 


187.6 


193.8 


144.2 


139.4 


862 


173.7 


138.1 


128 6 


187.2 


167.6 


145.4 


222.3 


N 


122.2 


197.6 


213.5 


145.3 


133.6 


93.1 


175.8 


131.8 


117.6 


192.2 


161.3 


131.3 


225.6 


D 


108 7 


187.4 


1575 


139.6 


101.7 


906 


163.6 


113.4 


103.4 


192 3 


153.6 


122.1 


219.2 



1986 J 



1020 



167.1 



1852 



1289 



92 1 



859 



164.5 



102.5 



944 



192.8 



151.9 



103.4 



2226 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 F 


101.4 


167.3 


175.3 


122.6 


110.2 


90.1 


155.8 


121.1 


105.0 


173.2 


1529 


130.6 


207.9 


M 


106.4 


170.4 


174.2 


124.7 


112.3 


87.1 


164.9 


120.9 


104.9 


175.3 


151.4 


125.5 


207.7 


A 


102.0 


180.2 


166.8 


120.8 


113.3 


90.7 


162.3 


112.7 


105.2 


176.3 


153.1 


135.9 


209.0 


M 


104.0 


173.2 


162.5 


125.5 


110.8 


91.9 


171.1 


119.2 


105.8 


179.1 


156.1 


133.3 


210.1 


J 


106.9 


181.7 


171.0 


125.6 


108.2 


85.2 


167.1 


115.4 


105.9 


178.4 


155.1 


132.6 


210.0 


J 


112.1 


2044 


179.6 


130.7 


113.9 


87.2 


168.8 


118.7 


105.9 


180.2 


157.9 


136.4 


210.3 


A 


106.1 


184.3 


198.5 


129.6 


108.5 


85.8 


167.4 


114.9 


108.1 


181.0 


157.5 


134.1 


210.5 


S 


105.0 


1965 


182.7 


127.3 


113.4 


80 8 


168.5 


107.5 


108.6 


178.9 


156.9 


130.5 


210.2 


O 


103.8 


190.4 


173.3 


126.3 


108.2 


82.3 


167.1 


112.0 


106.1 


181.7 


158.9 


130.4 


213.4 


N 


104.9 


189 


185.4 


132.7 


112.3 


82.6 


167.5 


116.2 


106.1 


182 5 


160.0 


1296 


213.0 


D 


105.4 


194.8 


182.6 


132.2 


122.9 


83.2 


164.6 


120.5 


106.7 


181.8 


159.9 


117.6 


210.6 


1985 J 


106.5 


195.3 


179.6 


135.7 


111.6 


81.0 


167.9 


114.2 


105.0 


182.7 


158.9 


126.1 


214.2 


F 


110.8 


192.1 


176.1 


139.3 


109.7 


80.0 


1709 


116.7 


105.3 


183.2 


160 1 


120.9 


215.2 


M 


108.4 


190.5 


174.9 


141.2 


118.3 


83.4 


171.5 


114.9 


106.1 


183.8 


159.9 


119.9 


216.0 


A 


115.4 


184.5 


175.6 


139.5 


116.6 


84.3 


173.5 


123.5 


108.1 


184.0 


160.7 


117.4 


216.0 


M 


118.8 


188.2 


178.9 


139.9 


120.6 


89.0 


167.8 


122.0 


112.5 


183 7 


160.9 


120.6 


2159 


J 


116.5 


197.9 


180.8 


138.1 


125.9 


84.4 


173.3 


122.7 


113.6 


184.4 


160.3 


123.6 


216.6 


J 


115.1 


198.4 


191.2 


139.6 


121.8 


84.1 


176.4 


127.6 


112.0 


185.9 


160.4 


111.3 


221.0 


A 


116.9 


195.5 


194.6 


140.5 


121.5 


86.2 


172.8 


129.3 


113.8 


184.2 


1595 


99.6 


216.8 


S 


113.5 


186.3 


198.7 


139.9 


120.5 


84.6 


175.6 


122.3 


117.2 


186.6 


161.6 


114.5 


220.9 





115.5 


180.7 


200.1 


134.9 


121.6 


89.6 


177.3 


126.6 


114.8 


188.3 


163.9 


130.9 


221.7 


N 


115.4 


189.7 


203.5 


136.0 


123.9 


86.9 


172.7 


123.0 


117.3 


189.5 


163.5 


123.3 


223.6 


D 


114.4 


184.5 


190.9 


140.9 


125.1 


84.7 


178.3 


126.4 


117.0 


191.7 


166.4 


126.3 


223.3 



1986 J 



115.8 



186.7 



1904 



140.3 



125.9 



842 



173.8 



191.7 



166.3 



122 6 



228.3 



For source see Table 2.2/Concluded. 



29 



Section 3— Table 2.2/Continued 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



100), 



April 1986 



Year 
and 

month 



Floftrir 








Finance, 


power, gas 
and water 




Wholesale 


Retail 


insurance, 
and real 


utilities 


Total 


trade 


trade 


estate 



Community, business and personal services 



Education 


Health & 


Amusement 


Services 




Accom 


& related 


Welfare 


and rec 


to business 


Personal 


and food 


services 


services 


services 


management 


services 


services 



144443 
144271 



144446 
144274 



144447 
144275 



144449 
144277 



144463 
144291 



144470 
144298 



144471 
144299 



144472 
144300 



144473 
144301 



144474 
144302 



144475 
144303 



144476 
144304 



1984 


2004 


1666 


174.8 


160 8 


175.9 


154.2 


115.7 


152 6 


2059 


260.9 


124.8 


140.8 


1985 


212.0 


178 3 


186.7 


172.2 


185.2 


159.7 


117.5 


157 3 


2147 


272.4 


126.4 


149.6 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 F 


2243 


149 2 


168.2 


135.4 


175.1 


153.1 


123.4 


149.6 


190 6 


255.0 


124.2 


130 3 


M 


222.4 


155.5 


171.8 


143.8 


175.5 


154.2 


124.8 


150.2 


187.7 


258.9 


124.1 


132.8 


A 


195.2 


163.0 


168.8 


158.9 


175.0 


154.5 


124.3 


150.9 


190.8 


258.2 


124.5 


133.4 


M 


182.6 


171.9 


181.3 


165.2 


176.1 


155.6 


121.4 


151 8 


209.1 


258.9 


125.2 


140.9 


J 


170.8 


181.5 


194.5 


172.3 


177.4 


156.7 


115.4 


152.9 


218.9 


263.9 


125.8 


152.8 


J 


167.2 


159 9 


165.6 


155.7 


175.5 


148.8 


88.8 


154.2 


2286 


264.4 


125.0 


154.7 


A 


177.3 


161.1 


167.1 


156.7 


176.2 


147.7 


84.1 


154.4 


227.1 


2642 


125.4 


157.1 


S 


174.8 


175.1 


195.4 


160.5 


175.2 


157.4 


115.4 


154.0 


216.9 


266.2 


124.9 


154.0 


O 


190.8 


170.5 


181.0 


163.0 


177.5 


158.7 


123.8 


154.4 


2097 


264.6 


125.3 


143.7 


N 


217.5 


182.8 


189.5 


178.0 


179.6 


159.2 


125.8 


154.5 


206.3 


266.4 


124.3 


141.7 


D 


2370 


190.0 


163.1 


209.4 


177.6 


155.8 


120.9 


154.8 


196.8 


262.3 


124.6 


134.5 


1985 J 


257.7 


143.2 


153.9 


135.5 


177.6 


154.4 


122 6 


154.7 


199.2 


262.3 


125.0 


119.9 


F 


251.6 


154.6 


172.6 


141.8 


182.1 


158.7 


125.7 


155.1 


201.0 


267.5 


124.6 


137.5 


M 


233.5 


170.4 


191.9 


154.9 


182.9 


160.9 


127.5 


155.7 


200.2 


272.4 


124.7 


142.5 


A 


2056 


172.3 


177.4 


168.7 


184.3 


160.6 


126.3 


156.2 


204.7 


268.7 


125.6 


144.4 


M 


183 2 


184.2 


193.5 


177.4 


185 


162.2 


123 6 


157.1 


225.9 


268.9 


126.9 


154.5 


J 


178.9 


192.6 


208.1 


181.5 


1874 


163.1 


117.3 


158.5 


230.0 


2784 


127.8 


162.6 


J 


177.2 


170.3 


174.9 


167.1 


188.0 


154.6 


90.1 


159.2 


236.0 


275.5 


127.0 


166.3 


A 


183.2 


176.2 


183.3 


171.1 


187.3 


153.6 


853 


158.9 


236.9 


277.4 


126.7 


168 


S 


184.3 


185.4 


204 .1 


171.9 


187.1 


161.7 


117.1 


158.1 


216.0 


273.1 


127.1 


160.6 


O 


197.3 


186.1 


201 8 


174.9 


1878 


163.6 


125.6 


158.3 


214.9 


276.0 


128.1 


151.6 


N 


232.5 


196.4 


199.1 


194.5 


189.0 


163.7 


127.5 


157.9 


209.6 


277.4 


126.9 


147.9 


D 


2593 


207.8 


180 4 


227.5 


184.4 


159.5 


121.9 


157.9 


201.7 


270.8 


127.2 


139.0 



1986 J 



263 7 



155.0 



1678 



145.7 



185 3 



158 8 



1239 



158.1 



203.1 



271.1 



128.0 



128.4 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 F 


185 .1 


164.4 


172 9 


158.3 


174.5 


152.2 


115.2 


150.4 


204.0 


256.4 


124.6 


136.4 


M 


199.3 


162.3 


168 8 


1576 


174.2 


152.6 


115.2 


150.9 


202.6 


259.2 


124.6 


138.0 


A 


197.3 


163.7 


168 8 


160.0 


174.9 


152.8 


115.5 


151.1 


202.8 


259.1 


124.6 


137.2 


M 


202.2 


163.9 


1695 


159.8 


175.5 


153.1 


115.3 


151.5 


203.9 


2585 


124.7 


139.4 


J 


201.6 


168.3 


179.0 


160.6 


175.6 


153.8 


115.4 


152 


204.2 


261.7 


124.8 


140 1 


J 


202.8 


166.0 


175.1 


159.5 


176.1 


154.2 


115.7 


152.7 


204.0 


261.7 


124.9 


141.1 


A 


207.3 


164.0 


169.6 


159.9 


175.9 


154.7 


115.8 


153.4 


201.2 


262.5 


125.4 


142.0 


S 


199.6 


170.7 


184.1 


161.1 


174.4 


155.5 


116.0 


153.9 


209.9 


263.8 


125.1 


143.4 


O 


204.2 


167.2 


172.3 


163.5 


1782 


155.9 


116.2 


1546 


210.6 


2627 


125.0 


144.3 


N 


205.8 


172.9 


184.2 


164.7 


178.7 


156.9 


116.5 


155.3 


2124 


266 1 


124 8 


145.3 


D 


206.6 


171.1 


181.9 


163.3 


1798 


157.2 


117.0 


155.2 


212.7 


265.7 


125.0 


145.8 


1985 J 


208.2 


169.3 


175.4 


164.8 


180.7 


157.4 


117.1 


155.3 


215.3 


2680 


125.0 


143.0 


F 


2070 


170.5 


176.9 


165 9 


181.2 


158.0 


117.5 


155.8 


215.4 


269.0 


125.0 


144.5 


M 


209.5 


177.1 


188.2 


169.1 


182 


159.2 


117.7 


156.3 


216.1 


272.6 


125.1 


147.6 


A 


2083 


172.8 


177.2 


1696 


1838 


158.9 


117.4 


156.5 


217.3 


2697 


125.7 


148.5 


M 


2065 


175.1 


1820 


170.1 


184.2 


159.6 


117.3 


156.9 


220.3 


2686 


126.4 


152.9 


J 


210.1 


176.5 


186.2 


169 5 


185.0 


160.0 


117.3 


157.6 


214.7 


275.1 


126 6 


149.0 


J 


212.8 


177.4 


1858 


171.3 


187.6 


160.0 


117.3 


157.8 


211.2 


273.1 


126.8 


151.7 


A 


212.8 


179.9 


187.9 


174.1 


187.0 


160 4 


117.5 


1580 


210.3 


274.4 


126.6 


151.8 


S 


212.9 


181.4 


191.4 


174.3 


187.7 


159.7 


117.7 


158.2 


208.8 


270.5 


127.2 


149.3 


O 


213.2 


181.8 


191.3 


175.0 


1887 


161.0 


117.9 


158.5 


215.6 


275.1 


127.7 


152.3 


N 


217.9 


184.7 


193.5 


178.4 


188.0 


161.4 


118.1 


158.6 


215.6 


277.5 


127.6 


151.5 


D 


221.4 


1880 


200.3 


179.2 


187.1 


161.4 


117.9 


158.4 


217.8 


2763 


1278 


151.9 



1986 J 



216.0 



184.3 



191.9 



1788 



188 9 



161.9 



118.3 



2193 



277.8 



128 1 



151.9 



For source see Table 2.2 Concluded. 



30 



April 1986 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/concluded 



Section 3— Table 2.2/Concluded 



100), 





Public 

admin. 

and defence 








Special industry groupings 








Year 
and 

month 


Industrial 
production 


Gross 

domestic 

product less 

agriculture 


Goods- 
producing 
industries 


Service- 
producing 
industries 


Commercial 
industries 


Non- 
commercial 
industries 


Non-durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


Durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


D 
D 


144477 
144305 


144484 
144312 


144483 
144311 


144485 
144313 


144486 
144314 


144487 
144315 


144488 
144316 


144490 
144318 


144489 
144317 


1984 
1985 


140.7 
141.8 


140.5 
146.8 


151.1 
1578 


132.1 
137.9 


162.1 
169.1 


154.8 
1623 


128.5 
130 3 


137.1 
141.4 


140.0 
148.4 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



136.5 


143.5 


147.2 


125.3 


156 4 


147.2 


128.6 


137.3 


140.5 


137.7 


147.0 


149.8 


127.1 


1588 


149.6 


129.7 


139.6 


147.1 


137.5 


1404 


1488 


131.1 


160 5 


152.8 


129.6 


135.6 


142.8 


142.2 


140.6 


151.9 


131.9 


164.3 


155.7 


130.9 


139.0 


143.8 


146.8 


147.1 


157.7 


130.4 


168.3 


157.8 


131.2 


148.2 


153.0 


148.6 


125.3 


146.7 


120.2 


160.3 


1488 


123.0 


124.9 


123.9 


146.3 


133.7 


149.9 


130.0 


160 7 


154.5 


120.5 


135.8 


131.3 


142.0 


144.9 


156.5 


190.0 


165.8 


186 


129.4 


145.7 


148.7 


139.5 


143 6 


155.1 


129.4 


165.4 


1552 


131.3 


142.3 


142.8 


138.3 


150.0 


157.7 


131.8 


167.9 


158.2 


131.4 


144.7 


149.5 


137.4 


135.3 


151.0 


119.9 


166.1 


151.4 


129.3 


126.4 


128.5 


137.3 


138.2 


145.2 


121.2 


156.1 


1448 


129.6 


125.8 


131.8 


137.6 


151.2 


153.0 


131.5 


161.9 


153.7 


130.9 


142.1 


147.7 


138 6 


152.8 


156.5 


131.9 


166.7 


157.3 


131.9 


143.4 


154.6 


138.1 


146.3 


155.2 


136.2 


167.3 


159.9 


131.4 


140.8 


150.4 


142.5 


145.2 


158.0 


135.4 


171.3 


162.2 


132.6 


139 9 


153.4 


147.4 


154.0 


164.9 


1369 


175.4 


165.8 


133.0 


152.3 


163.7 


149.1 


129.2 


152.7 


124.0 


167.4 


155.5 


124.5 


127.5 


129.6 


147.5 


1388 


156.8 


135.3 


168.3 


162.3 


122.1 


140.2 


139.7 


143.6 


152.9 


163.7 


198.4 


172.7 


194.8 


131.1 


152.2 


159.1 


141.3 


152.2 


163.4 


137.5 


173.3 


164.6 


133.0 


149.4 


156.0 


139.9 


157.9 


165.2 


140.0 


174.9 


167.0 


132.7 


151.4 


160.1 


138 9 


142.4 


158.4 


126.5 


173.6 


159 9 


130.3 


131.7 


135.0 



1986 J 



139.0 



145.1 



152.2 



1278 



1630 



152.7 



131.0 



132.8 



140.3 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



140.0 


135.7 


148.5 


128.5 


160 2 


151.8 


127.6 


133 


136.2 


140.1 


138.3 


148.9 


130.3 


159.7 


152.3 


127.7 


134.5 


137.4 


140.2 


138.2 


149.1 


129.6 


160.5 


152.4 


127.9 


135.7 


135.9 


140.5 


138.7 


1499 


130.7 


161.1 


153.4 


128.1 


138.3 


134.9 


141.2 


139 9 


150.9 


131.6 


162.2 


154.6 


128.4 


137.5 


138.3 


141.1 


144.7 


152.6 


135.5 


162.3 


156.6 


128.7 


140.8 


145.7 


1407 


143.9 


152.2 


135.1 


161.9 


156.1 


128.7 


138.1 


145.7 


141.0 


141.0 


152.1 


1329 


163.2 


155.9 


129.0 


135.9 


142.6 


141.2 


141.0 


152.2 


132.3 


163.7 


155.9 


129.3 


137 


139.5 


141.3 


143.4 


154.0 


134.2 


165.4 


157.9 


129.6 


138.3 


143.9 


141 6 


144.6 


154.3 


135.2 


165.2 


158.3 


129.8 


140.5 


145.0 


141.2 


143.2 


153.8 


134.2 


165.1 


157.8 


129.7 


137.8 


143.1 


141.1 


143.3 


154.3 


134.4 


165.8 


158.3 


129.9 


138.3 


143.8 


141.0 


143 6 


155.5 


134.8 


167.7 


159.8 


129.9 


1382 


144.0 


140.8 


144.6 


155.6 


135.4 


167.1 


159.8 


129.7 


140.9 


144.8 


140.8 


144.5 


156.2 


135.7 


167.9 


160.5 


129.7 


138.7 


146.6 


141.7 


146.3 


157.3 


137.5 


168.6 


161.8 


130.2 


140.3 


148.7 


141.8 


148.5 


158.4 


138.9 


169.5 


163.1 


130.3 


143.8 


151.4 


141.9 


148.5 


158.7 


139.5 


169.7 


163.5 


130.4 


142.6 


152.8 


142.6 


148.3 


159.2 


139.5 


170.4 


164 


130.6 


141.4 


151.9 


143.0 


149.7 


160.4 


140.3 


171.5 


165.1 


130.9 


144.7 


151.9 


143.0 


150.7 


161.2 


141.8 


172.1 


166.3 


130.9 


145.0 


153.3 


143.1 


150.9 


161.6 


141.9 


172.9 


166.9 


1309 


146.4 


151.0 



1986 J 



143.1 



151.0 



141.8 



172.9 



166.8 



131.1 



146.3 



152.3 



Source: System of National Accounts, Gross Domestic Product by Industry (61-005, Monthly; 61-213, Annual), Statistics Canada. 



31 



Section 3— Table 3.1 

3— Balance of international payments 

Table 3.1: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, all countries (million dollars) 



April 1986 



Year 


Total 
current 
receipts 


Total 

current 

payments 


Current 
account 
balance 


Goods and services' 




Merchandise trade 2 




Service transactions 




quarter 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Exports 


Imports 


Balance 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


D 

D 


50525 
60525 


50550 
60550 


50555 
60555 


50503 
60722 


50541 
60723 


50558 
60724 


50501 
60501 


50526 
60526 


50551 
60551 


50502 
60710 


50544 
60714 


50556 
60718 



1984 


134,626 


132,073 


2,553 


131,310 


129.697 


1,612 


112.118 


91 ,450 


20.668 


19,191 


38,247 


-19,056 


1985 


145,036 


147,684 


-2.648 


141,454 


145,141 


-3,686 


120,095 


103,278 


16.817 


21,359 


41 ,862 


-20,503 


Unadjush 


3d for seasonal variation 






















1984 3 


34,668 


32,809 


1,860 


33,636 


32,256 


1,380 


27,663 


22,696 


4.968 


5,972 


9.560 


-3,588 


4 


34,836 


33,028 


1,808 


34,040 


32,443 


1,597 


29,338 


22,775 


6.563 


4,702 


9,668 


-4.966 


1985 1 


34.378 


35,329 


-951 


33,507 


34.680 


-1,173 


28,912 


23,800 


5,112 


4,594 


10.880 


-6.285 


2 


37,931 


38,296 


-365 


37.070 


37,678 


-608 


31 ,689 


27,390 


4.300 


5,381 


10.288 


-4.908 


3 


35,656 


36,494 


-838 


34,647 


35,809 


-1.162 


28,077 


25,602 


2,475 


6,570 


10,207 


-3,637 


4 


37,070 


37,564 


-494 


36.230 


36,974 


-743 


31,416 


26,486 


4,930 


4,814 


10,487 


-5,673 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 3 


34,920 


34,039 


881 


34,004 


33,468 


536 


29,108 


23,898 


5.210 


4,896 


9,569 


-4.673 


4 


34,894 


33,708 


1.186 


34,073 


33,072 


1,001 


29,070 


23.241 


5,829 


5,003 


9.831 


-4,828 


1985 1 


35.988 


35,564 


424 


35,100 


34,946 


153 


29,623 


24,21 1 


5,413 


5,476 


10.735 


-5,259 


2 


35.969 


36,174 


-205 


35,137 


35.604 


-467 


29,820 


25.408 


4.412 


5,317 


10,196 


-4,879 


3 


35,974 


37,535 


-1,560 


35,012 


36,830 


-1.819 


29,609 


26,610 


2.999 


5,403 


10,220 


-4,817 


4 


37,103 


38.41 1 


-1,307 


36.205 


37,759 


-1.554 


31.042 


27.049 


3.993 


5,163 


10.711 


-5,548 



Year 




Travel 




Interest and dividends 


Freight and shipping 


Other 


service transactions 


With- 
holding 
tax" 


quarter 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts Payments Balance 


Receipts Payments Balance 


Receipts 


Payments Balance 


D 

D 


50506 
60506 


50531 
60531 


50718 
60554 


50508 50533 50719 
60508 60533 60556 


50512 50537 50720 
60512 60537 60557 


50516 
60711 


50545 50721 
60715 60719 


50722 
60727 



984 


4,416 


6,542 


-2,126 


1.839 


13,093 


-11,254 


4,647 


3.979 


667 


8.290 


13,533 


-5,243 


-1,100 


985 


4,962 


7,106 


-2.144 


2,420 


15,232 


-12.812 


4.499 


4.308 


191 


9,478 


14,147 


-4.669 


-1.069 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 3 


2,123 


1.763 


360 


413 


3.073 


-2,660 


1,256 


1,003 


253 


2.181 


3.468 


-1,287 


-253 


4 


688 


1.252 


-564 


612 


3.836 


-3,224 


1,195 


1.001 


194 


2.208 


3.262 


-1,054 


-317 


1985 1 


518 


1,958 


-1,440 


685 


4,078 


-3,393 


992 


919 


73 


2.399 


3,596 


-1,197 


-328 


2 


1.256 


1,805 


-549 


499 


3,544 


-3,045 


1,212 


1,189 


22 


2,414 


3.493 


-1,079 


-256 


3 


2,371 


1,980 


391 


706 


3,413 


-2,707 


1,168 


1.075 


93 


2,325 


3.544 


-1,219 


-195 


4 


817 


1,363 


-546 


531 


4,196 


-3,665 


1,127 


1,125 


2 


2.340 


3,514 


-1.174 


-290 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 3 


1,087 


1,593 


-506 


459 


3.224 


-2,764 


1,188 


979 


209 


2,162 


3.473 


-1,311 


-301 


4 


1.133 


1.700 


-567 


495 


3.504 


-3,009 


1,169 


988 


181 


2,206 


3,361 


-1,155 


-279 


1985 1 


1.198 


1,736 


-538 


672 


4,087 


-3,416 


1,152 


1.062 


90 


2.455 


3.528 


-1,073 


-321 


2 


1,209 


1,754 


-545 


593 


3,639 


-3.046 


1,132 


1,073 


59 


2,383 


3,474 


-1,090 


-256 


3 


1,234 


1,785 


-551 


736 


3,596 


-2,860 


1,109 


1.064 


45 


2,324 


3,538 


-1,213 


-238 


4 


1,322 


1,831 


-509 


419 


3.909 


-3.490 


1,107 


1,110 


-3 


2,315 


3,608 


-1,293 


-253 



See Footnotes Table 3 1 /concluded 
For source see Table 3.3. 



32 



April 1986 

3— Balance of international payments 

Table 3.1: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, all countries (million dollars) /concluded 



Section 3— Tables 3.1 /Concluded to Table 3.2 



1984 
1985 



Year 




Transfers 




Inheritances and migrants' 


funds 


Personal and institutional remittances 


With- 
holding 
tax 3 




quarter 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts Payments 


Balance 


Receipts Payments Balance 


contributions 


D 

D 


50517 
60712 


50546 
60716 


50557 
60720 


50515 50540 
60515 60540 


50723 
60558 


50518 50547 50724 
60713 60717 60721 


50716 
60726 


50725 
60709 



3,316 
3,582 



2,376 
2,543 



940 
1.038 



1,575 
1,854 



350 
361 



1,225 
1.493 



641 
659 



681 
759 



-40 
-100 



1,100 
1,069 



-1.345 
-1.423 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 3 


1,033 


553 


480 


622 


111 


512 


157 


167 


-10 


253 


-275 


4 


795 


585 


210 


314 


82 


232 


164 


181 


-17 


317 


-322 


1985 1 


871 


649 


222 


379 


75 


304 


165 


187 


-23 


328 


-387 


2 


861 


619 


243 


441 


88 


353 


165 


189 


-25 


256 


-341 


3 


1.009 


685 


324 


650 


114 


535 


165 


190 


-26 


195 


-380 


4 


839 


590 


249 


385 


84 


300 


165 


192 


-27 


290 


-314 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 3 


916 


572 


344 


458 


89 


369 


157 


167 


-10 


301 


-316 


4 


821 


636 


185 


378 


88 


290 


164 


181 


-17 


279 


-367 


1985 1 


889 


618 


271 


402 


89 


314 


165 


187 


-23 


321 


-342 


2 


832 


570 


262 


412 


90 


321 


165 


189 


-25 


256 


-291 


3 


963 


704 


259 


560 


91 


468 


165 


190 


-26 


238 


-422 


4 


898 


651 


247 


480 


91 


389 


165 


192 


-27 


253 


-369 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding. 

'As used in national income and expenditure accounts. 'Trade of Canada figures with certain valuation, coverage and timing adjustments appropriate for Balance of Payments 

withheld on service payments and income distribution to non-residents. 

Table 3.2: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, area distribution 1 (million dollars) 







United States 








United Kingdom 








All 


other countries 












Merchan- 








Merchan- 










Merchan- 




Year 






Current 


dise 


Non-mer- 






Current 


dise 


Non-mer- 






Current 


dise 


Non-mer- 


or 


Total 


Total 


account 


trade 


chandise 


Total 


Total 


account 


trade 


chandise 


Total 


Total 


account 


trade 


chandise 


quarter 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


balance 


balance 2 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


balance 


balance 2 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


balance 


balance 2 


D 


3907 


3908 


3909 


3910 


3911 


3912 


3913 


3914 


3915 


3916 


3917 


3918 


3919 


3920 


3921 


1984 


96.118 


89,439 


6.679 


19,727 


-13,048 


4,305 


4,751 


-447 


191 


-637 


33.103 


36.783 


-3,680 


750 


-4,430 


1985 


106,396 


99,263 


7,133 


20,537 


-13,404 


4.009 


6,099 


-2.090 


-823 


-1,267 


33.561 


41,252 


-7.691 


-2.897 


-4.794 


1984 3 


24.059 


21,618 


2.441 


4,601 


-2,159 


1,109 


1,271 


-162 


26 


-188 


9,248 


9,668 


-420 


341 


-761 


4 


24,931 


22,259 


2,672 


6,224 


-3.552 


1,093 


1.190 


-97 


30 


-127 


8.495 


9,261 


-766 


310 


-1,076 


1985 1 


25,288 


24.439 


849 


5,352 


-4,503 


934 


1.002 


-68 


126 


-195 


7,829 


9,560 


-1,732 


-366 


-1,366 


2 


28,114 


26,352 


1.763 


4,975 


-3,213 


1.055 


1.584 


-529 


-208 


-321 


8.506 


10,105 


-1,599 


-468 


-1,131 


3 


25,757 


23.647 


2,109 


4,170 


-2.061 


1,000 


1,753 


-753 


-376 


-376 


8,704 


10,899 


-2,194 


-1,319 


-876 


4 


27,238 


24,826 


2,412 


6.040 


-3,628 


1,021 


1,760 


-740 


-366 


-374 


8,521 


10.688 


-2,166 


-745 


-1,421 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding. 

'Excludes withholding tax includes service transactions and transfer balances. 

For source see Table 3.3. 



33 



Section 3— Table 3.3 

3— Balance of international payments 

Table 3.3: Canadian balance of international payments, capital account,' all countries (million dollars) 



April 1986 











Canadian stocks 




Trade in outstanding Canadian bonds 






New issues of Canadian bonds 






Direct inve 


stment 


































Year 




Trade 
n out- 




New 


Retire- 




Govern- 
ment of 


Pro- 


Munici- 


Corpo- 






Govern- 
ment of 


Pro- 


Munici- 


Corpo- 




or 


In 






quarter 


Canada 


Abroad standing 


issues 


ments 


Total 


Canada 1 


vincial 3 


pal 


ration 4 




Total 


Canada 2 


vincial 3 


pal 


ration 4 


Total 


D 


50560 


50564 


50576 


50586 


50587 


50585 


65001 


65002 


65003 


65004 




65000 


65006 


65007 


65008 


65009 


65005 


1984 


2,150 


-3,800 


-239 




423 


-10 


173 


2,677 


511 


13 


310 




3,510 


2.271 


4,177 


766 


1,930 


9,144 


1985 


-2.450 


-4,900 


1,117 




339 


-50 


1,407 


2,222 


564 


-22 


-25 




2,739 


5,439 


5,142 


479 


4,038 


15,098 


1984 3 


375 


-1,197 


14 




81 


-2 


93 


770 


31 


-14 


65 




851 


470 


1,075 


194 


332 


2.072 


4 


521 


-1,290 


-81 




39 


-2 


-44 


1,178 


163 


-1 


75 




1,415 


562 


635 


172 


696 


2,066 


1985 1 


-550 


-1,610 


183 




115 


-2 


296 


847 


110 


-1 


16 




973 


1,217 


1,250 


195 


252 


2,914 


2 


225 


-1,175 


309 




92 


-2 


399 


867 


13 


-1 


-34 




844 


904 


1.835 


109 


1,241 


4,089 


3 


-2.050 


-1,215 


115 




89 


-33 


171 


520 


181 


-6 


43 




738 


1.907 


617 


75 


1.599 


4.198 


4 


-75 


-900 


511 




43 


-13 


541 


-11 


260 


-15 


-51 




184 


1,411 


1,440 


99 


946 


3.897 




























Government of 


































Canada loans 


and 












Retirements of Canadian bonds 






Foreign securities 




subscriptions 














































Total 


Year 


Govern- 














Total 


Trade 
















Other 


long- 


or 


ment ot 


Pro 


Munic- 




Corpo- 




Canadian 


in out- 


New 


Retire- 




Repay- 


Export 


long- 


term 


quarter 


Canada 1 


vincial 3 




ipal 




ration 4 


Total 


bonds 


standing 


issues 


ments 


Advances 


■nents 


credits 


term 


capital 




























50624 & 










D 


65011 


65012 


65013 




65014 


65010 


50651 


50600 


50608 


50616 


50626 


S0629 


50632 


50650 


50687 


1984 


-1,997 


-1.679 




-256 




1,060 


-4,991 


7.663 


-1,535 


-374 




18 




663 


42 


-1,334 


507 


2,848 


1985 


-2.011 


-2,925 




-262 




1,145 


-6,342 


1 1 ,495 


-291 


-432 




4 




715 


74 


-211 


-109 


3,873 


1984 3 


-394 


-675 




-34 




-168 


-1,271 


1.652 


-226 


-3 




3 




-38 


6 


-401 


719 


981 


4 


-285 


-242 




-89 




-392 


-1,008 


2,473 


-701 


-230 




7 




276 


27 


-251 


-438 


-202 


1985 1 


-681 


-707 




-76 




-227 


-1,690 


2,196 


-86 


-104 




1 




-87 


21 


-112 


457 


423 


2 


-474 


-612 




-61 




-495 


-1,642 


3,291 


87 


-3 




1 




369 


— 


-52 


-703 


1,701 


3 


-212 


-747 




-36 




-212 


-1,207 


3,730 


299 


-126 




1 




-27 


10 


-76 


-190 


526 


4 


-645 


-859 




-88 




-211 


-1,803 


2.278 


-591 


-198 




1 




232 


43 


29 


328 


1.223 




Resident he 

of 
foreign cur 


Idings 




































rency 






























Offii 






Chartered 




rial 




bank net 


Non- 






























monetary 




foreign 


bank 








Non-resident holdings of: 


















movements 




currency f 
position 


toldings 


























Sta- 


Allo- 


in the form of- 




of 












Other 














tis- 


cation 








with 


foreign 




Govern- 






finance 






All 




Total 


Net 


tical 


of 


Official 




Year 


non- 


cur- 


Cana- 




ment 




Finance 


company 


Com- 




other 




short- 


capital 


dis- 


special 


inter- 


Official 


or 


resi- 


rencies 


dian $ 


demand 


Treasury 


company 


obli- 


mercial 


Other 


trans- 




term 


move- 


crep- 


drawing 


national 


monetary 


quarter 


dents 


abroad deposits 


liabilities 


bills 


paper 


gations 


paper 


paper 


actions 5 




capital 


ment 


ancy 


rights 


reserves 


liabilities 


D 


50659 


50660 


50652 


50654 


50656 


50668 


50676 


50667 


50669 


50686 




50688 


50689 


50693 


50710 


50713 


50714 


1984 


1,297 


-2.035 


750 




138 


1,514 


-124 


-66 


154 


-44 


-1,677 




-93 


2.754 


-6,396 


— 


-1 ,092 


3 


1985 


-1,129 


1,198 


930 




236 


-691 


219 


13 


-185 


76 


9 




676 


4.549 


-3,253 


— 


-112 


-1,240 


1984 3 


1,633 


512 


-656 




-86 


589 


-71 


-15 


87 


-126 


-812 




1,055 


2.036 


-2,511 





753 


632 


4 


-938 


1,094 


640 




144 


-771 


-24 


5 


93 


-39 


316 




520 


318 


-1,800 


— 


-201 


527 


1985 1 


2,173 


-1.900 


-270 




-153 


874 


66 


-13 


-245 


-41 


646 




1,138 


1,561 


-1,696 





808 


-1,894 


2 


-2.440 


1,219 


-25 




296 


162 


118 


-17 


-62 


-22 


-244 




-1,015 


686 


-450 


— 


-1.018 


889 


3 


110 


312 


441 




-41 


-816 


— 


56 


162 


119 


129 




473 


999 


623 


— 


112 


672 


4 


-972 


1,565 


785 




135 


-912 


35 


-13 


-40 


21 


-523 




81 


1,304 


-1,730 




-13 


-907 



Note Components may not add to totals due to rounding. 

'A minus sign, except for official monetary movements, indicates an outflow of capital from Canada. 'Includes issues of Federal government entreprises 
cial government entreprises 4 Excludes issues of government entreprises 'Includes changes in loans and accounts receivable and payable. 
Source: System of National Accounts, Quarterly Estimates of the Canadian Balance of International Payments (67-001), Statistics Canada. 



'Includes issues of Provin- 



34 



Section 4 * Labour 

36 1, Wages and Salaries, by Province 

37 2. Wages and Salaries by Industry and Supplementary Labour Income, Canada 

38 3. Labour Force Characteristics of the Population 15 years of Age and Over 

4. Selected Labour Force Series by Sex and Main Age Group 

4.1 Employed 

4.2 Unemployed 

4.3 Participation Rates 

4.4 Unemployment Rates 

5. Labour Force Characteristics, by Province 

5.1 Labour Force 

5.2 Employed 

5.3 Unemployed 

5.4 Participation Rates 

5.5 Unemployment Rates 

6. Unemployment Insurance Statistics 

7. Help Wanted Index 

8. Time Lost in Work Stoppages, by Industry Groups 

9. Total Number of Employees, by Industry Group 

10. Total Number of Employees, by Manufacturing Industry 

11. Average Weekly Earnings, by Industry Group 

12. Average Weekly Earnings, by Manufacturing Industry 

13. Total Number of Employees, Canada and Provinces 

14. Average Weekly Earnings, Canada and Provinces 

15. Average Hourly Earnings 

16. Average Weekly Hours 



35 



Section 4 — Table 1 
Table 1: Wages and 


salaries, by province based 


on the 


1960 standard 


industrial classification 


(million dollars 


I 




April 1986 


Year 
and 
month 


Newfound- 
land 


Prince 

Edward 

Island 


Nova Scotia 


New 
Brunswick 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


Saskatch- 
ewan 


Alberta 


British 
Columbia 


Canada 1 


D 
D 


5226 
5237 


5227 
5238 


5228 
5239 


5229 
5240 


5230 
5241 


5231 
5242 


5232 

5243 


5233 
5244 


5234 
5245 


5235 
5246 


5225 
5236 


1983 
1984 


2.740 
2.888 


585 
614 


5.151 
5.611 


3.870 
4,170 


45,762 
48.923 


80.750 
86.896 


7,632 
8.219 


6.377 
6.758 


20.675 
20,945 


23,293 
23,571 


197,632 
209,514 



Unadjusted tor seasonal variation 



1984 F 


226.3 


460 


434.9 


316.3 


3,875.7 


6,893.6 


649.0 


526.7 


1,683.6 


1,845.3 


16,566.5 


M 


225.5 


46.8 


437.4 


318.1 


3,900.8 


6.902.6 


652.9 


531.6 


1 .673.3 


1,845.4 


16,605.7 


A 


2305 


47.8 


444.0 


326.8 


3,962.4 


7.039.2 


663.1 


548.3 


1.672 


1 ,928.4 


16,933.1 


M 


239 7 


51.6 


464 .1 


349.4 


4,078.4 


7,216.8 


687 7 


572.9 


1,728.7 


2,011.7 


17,475.7 


J 


258.2 


55.6 


481.7 


366.6 


4.215.2 


7,452.0 


7083 


593.2 


1.757.8 


2,052.9 


18.021.8 


J 


261 3 


55.2 


486.3 


364.8 


4,163.6 


7,415.5 


702.7 


569.2 


1,779.8 


1.941.0 


17,820.9 


A 


256.5 


56.2 


488.3 


372.1 


4,150.9 


7,344.5 


700.3 


570.6 


1,793.7 


1,942.3 


17.759.0 


S 


2499 


54.8 


489.5 


369.7 


4,163.2 


7,461.2 


708.5 


589.0 


1.792.4 


2,045.1 


18.008.3 


O 


2467 


52.6 


480.6 


360.5 


4.184.1 


7,409.4 


706.3 


588.0 


1 .800.0 


2,049.3 


17,959.9 


N 


237.9 


51.6 


488.0 


358.7 


4.177.1 


7,452.1 


692.4 


574.1 


1,798.1 


2.028.5 


17,937.9 


D 


231.8 


49.4 


481.1 


349.2 


4,188.8 


7,429.2 


697.0 


568.2 


1,771.4 


1 .996.0 


17.835.3 


1985 J 


2284 


47.9 


467.5 


346.6 


4,097.4 


7.333.4 


682.2 


555.7 


1,776.2 


1,987.8 


17,594.7 


F 


233.6 


47.2 


468.0 


345.5 


4,114.9 


7,362.2 


681.9 


549.1 


1.789.0 


1 .970.7 


17.633.7 


M 


240.4 


48.3 


472.7 


346.2 


4,177.7 


7,449.3 


687 2 


558.0 


1.802.1 


2,012.4 


17.867.4 


A 


2384 


50.3 


483.5 


352.5 


4,219.6 


7,618.9 


694.9 


563.4 


1,807.2 


2,020.4 


18.119.9 


M 


2455 


53.9 


500 7 


371.0 


4,359.6 


7,788.2 


716.6 


590.8 


1,867.2 


2.095.1 


18.663.9 


J 


259.7 


58.4 


515.3 


386.2 


4,480.7 


8.004.8 


733.2 


606.0 


1,921.4 


2,152.8 


19.198.3 


J 


271.3 


56.8 


521.7 


389.6 


4,452.3 


8,071.1 


726.5 


585.9 


1 ,955.3 


2.054.3 


19.166.2 


A 


267 1 


58.3 


521.8 


392.6 


4.404.1 


7.944.0 


713.6 


587.8 


1 .959.7 


2.085.3 


19.016.7 


S 


266.4 


58.7 


519.1 


387.8 


4.430.9 


8,057.2 


733.5 


610.4 


1 ,966.0 


2,182.7 


19.295.2 


O 


257.8 


55.7 


517.1 


389.3 


4,444.6 


8.094.4 


736.1 


614.7 


1,953.1 


2.154.5 


19,299.1 


N 


252 1 


53.7 


511.6 


378.1 


4.453.3 


8,107.0 


727.0 


606.2 


1,915.5 


2,115.4 


19.195.4 


D 


246.9 


52.4 


513.6 


367.8 


4,423.2 


8,042.9 


720.7 


596.0 


1,914.2 


2,083.1 


19.035.0 



1986 J 



2458 



50.7 



4989 



364.7 



4.3468 



7.971.6 



717.6 



577.5 



1,901.4 



2,059.8 



18,807.1 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 F 


239.4 


51.2 


453.4 


333.3 


3,969.0 


7.044.5 


666.3 


553.1 


1.719.5 


1,897.5 


17,020.6 


M 


239.2 


51.1 


454.5 


333.9 


3,987.2 


7,052.0 


662.3 


5520 


1.711.4 


1 .853.2 


16,963.5 


A 


239.9 


51.4 


4549 


338.5 


4,023.7 


7,094.8 


668.7 


5605 


1,722.1 


1 ,932.6 


17,151.3 


M 


237.8 


51.1 


458.9 


343.3 


4,046.7 


7,156.4 


675.8 


561.7 


1,736.5 


1,973.3 


17,331.9 


J 


241 5 


51.2 


466 1 


352.0 


4,097.7 


7,232.9 


680.0 


563.8 


1,729.5 


1,986.1 


17,484.9 


J 


241.5 


49.9 


468.7 


350.2 


4.143.9 


7.336.9 


692.0 


565.8 


1 ,746.2 


1 ,985.6 


17,664.7 


A 


242.3 


50.4 


473.6 


356.9 


4,127.0 


7.307.2 


687.9 


564.3 


1.746.3 


1 .978.5 


17.619.3 


S 


2403 


50.7 


4758 


357.2 


4.071.4 


7.323.8 


693.5 


563.5 


1,739.7 


1 ,970.5 


17,564.4 


O 


242 5 


51.2 


475.6 


354.1 


4,085.1 


7,309.1 


697.1 


5690 


1.761.7 


1 ,997.9 


17.616.6 


N 


241.0 


52.2 


488 1 


358.3 


4,145.7 


7,425.3 


699.5 


569.5 


1,787.5 


2.008.2 


17.844.3 


D 


243.0 


52.3 


488.9 


360.1 


4,263.7 


7,576.7 


717.8 


581.1 


1,811.0 


2,044.1 


18,194.0 


1985 J 


244.9 


53.0 


486.6 


362 2 


4,202.6 


7,504.7 


711.0 


584.8 


1.817.5 


2.048.3 


18,113.0 


F 


247.2 


52.6 


487.9 


364.1 


4,213.9 


7,528.5 


699.9 


576.6 


1,827.4 


2,024.9 


18,135.6 


M 


254.9 


52.8 


491.0 


363.4 


4.270.0 


7,616.7 


696.5 


579.4 


1,843.8 


2,020.9 


18,246.0 


A 


248 1 


54.0 


495.2 


364.9 


4.284.6 


7,682.7 


700.3 


575.9 


1,861.5 


2,024.6 


18,355.1 


M 


243.5 


53.4 


495 1 


364.3 


4,324.7 


7.727.3 


703.9 


579.2 


1,876.4 


2.054.4 


18,515.3 


J 


242.7 


53.8 


498.7 


370.4 


4.355.1 


7.775.8 


703.6 


575.9 


1,891.3 


2.082.7 


18,633.2 


J 


2507 


51.4 


502.8 


374.0 


4.413.4 


7,901 .2 


715.6 


582.3 


1,919.2 


2.101.4 


18.900.6 


A 


252.6 


52.3 


506.0 


376.3 


4,390.7 


7,908.2 


701.0 


581.1 


1.907.1 


2.124.0 


18.923.7 


S 


256.2 


54.2 


504.3 


374.6 


4.346.8 


7.946.2 


718.1 


583.7 


1 .908.4 


2.103.4 


18.832.5 


O 


253.3 


54.3 


511.9 


3824 


4.338.7 


7.992.0 


726.6 


594.6 


1,912.4 


2,101.6 


18,964.3 


N 


255.1 


54.4 


511.5 


377.6 


4,417.8 


8,082.5 


734.4 


601.1 


1,904.5 


2,094.8 


19,103.9 


D 


258.4 


55.5 


521 6 


379.0 


4,500.1 


8,207.6 


742.5 


609.4 


1 ,957.3 


2,133.4 


19,362.3 



1986 J 



2634 



56.1 



519.1 



380.9 



4,458.6 



8,151.9 



748.1 



607.8 



1.945.1 



2.122.5 



19.337.8 



'Includes Yukon, Northwest Territories and Canadian residents abroad 
Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005), Statistics Canada. 



36 



April 1986 

Table 2: Wages and Salaries by Industry, and Supplementary Labour Income, 
based on the 1960 standard classification (million dollars) 



Section 4— Table 2 



Canada, 















Trans- 
portation, 




Finance. 




Public' 


Total 


Supple- 




Year 












communi- 




insurance 




admin. 


wages 


mentary 


Total 


and 








Manu- 


Con- 


cation and 




and real 




and 


and 


labour 


labour 


month 


Agriculture 2 


Forestry 


Mining 


facturing 


struction 


utilities 


Trade 


estate 


Service 


defence 


salaries 


income 


income 


D 


5249 


5252 


5253 


5254 


5255 


5256 


5257 


5260 


5261 


5266 


5248 


5271 


5247 


D 


5274 


5277 


5278 


5279 


5280 


5281 


5282 


5285 


5286 


5291 


5273 


5296 


5272 


1983 


1 ,960.6 


1,792.6 


5.647.8 


41,485.5 


11.388.3 


22.353.4 


24,047.3 


14,613.5 


54,619.4 


19,723.6 


197,631.8 


21 .330.8 


218,962.6 


1984 


2,055.2 


1,914.2 


6,070.2 


43.942.0 


11,263.1 


23.890.7 


25,693.0 


15,858.3 


58,018.3 


20,809.0 


209.513.8 


22.705.4 


232.219.2 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal 


I variation 
























1984 F 


96.5 


143.5 


491.4 


3,507.0 


768.9 


1.893.5 


2,001.8 


1,266.1 


4,719.9 


1 ,677.9 


16.566.5 


1 .805.0 


18.371.5 


M 


111.5 


123.7 


479.1 


3.475.7 


775.6 


1.896.7 


2,024.8 


1,256.1 


4,778.0 


1.684.6 


16,605 7 


1 ,809.7 


18.415.4 


A 


130.9 


129.7 


479.3 


3.557.6 


829.4 


1 ,935.2 


2,075.4 


1,278.1 


4,821.6 


1 ,695.9 


16,933 1 


1,825.2 


18,758.2 


M 


171.6 


149.9 


491.2 


3.683.5 


929.4 


1,977.7 


2,120.5 


1 ,325.4 


4,892.5 


1,734.0 


17,475.7 


1.883.2 


19,358.9 


J 


202.8 


183.7 


528.1 


3.800.6 


1,018.1 


2,024.8 


2,186.4 


1 ,362.6 


4,934.1 


1 ,780.7 


18,021.8 


1.942.2 


19,964.0 


J 


238.6 


180.5 


515.8 


3,797.5 


1.054.8 


2,040.4 


2,174.5 


1.358.8 


4,6686 


1,791.5 


17,820.9 


1.931.4 


19.752.3 


A 


271.0 


179.4 


516.1 


3,722.2 


1 .079.2 


2,039.4 


2,174.6 


1 ,362.2 


4,6167 


1 ,798.2 


17,759.0 


1.924.6 


19.683.6 


S 


246.3 


187.5 


514.1 


3,747.9 


1 .098.4 


2,057.7 


2,170.1 


1,331.4 


4,901.4 


1,753.4 


18,008.3 


1.950.7 


19,959.1 





192.1 


176.1 


516.8 


3,706.3 


1.072.2 


2,047.4 


2.197.9 


1,343.0 


4,973.3 


1,734.7 


17,959.9 


1.946.9 


19,906.8 


N 


161.4 


163.8 


520.4 


3,733.1 


983.8 


2,044.0 


2,233.0 


1 ,345.4 


5,013.7 


1 .739.3 


17,937.9 


1,944.7 


19,882.7 


D 


137.6 


146.0 


522.0 


3,682.2 


880.1 


2,032.0 


2,309.8 


1 .363.8 


4.995.2 


1 .766.5 


17,835.3 


1.934.8 


19,770.1 


1985 J 


99.8 


146.9 


522.7 


3,681.1 


797.9 


2,042.6 


2,216.5 


1.354.8 


4,998.1 


1 .734.4 


17.594.7 


1,920.3 


19,515.0 


F 


99.4 


144.0 


525.8 


3.714.8 


798.5 


2,025.7 


2,187.8 


1 .358.5 


5.037.4 


1,741.9 


17,633.7 


1,924.8 


19,558.5 


M 


117.5 


130.0 


523.5 


3,739.4 


844.5 


2.044.9 


2,229.0 


1,375.7 


5.105.6 


1,757.3 


17,867.4 


1,950.8 


19,818.3 


A 


139.1 


116.1 


516.7 


3,794.4 


941.5 


2.043.3 


2,271.1 


1,396.9 


5.152.7 


1,748.3 


18,119.9 


1,977.7 


20,097.6 


M 


177.6 


143.6 


547.2 


3,910.0 


1.031.7 


2.073.8 


2,329.3 


1 ,426.8 


5.237.7 


1.786.0 


18,663.9 


2,037.4 


20,701 .3 


J 


213.7 


182.6 


568.9 


4,026.3 


1.127.4 


2,117.8 


2,367.9 


1,444.1 


5.324.2 


1.825.5 


19,198.3 


2,093.6 


21,291.9 


J 


251.1 


163.2 


585.9 


4,097.8 


1.182.5 


2,127.9 


2.342.2 


1,491.5 


5.072.8 


1.851.3 


19,166.2 


2.090.4 


21,256.6 


A 


287.3 


173.7 


571.7 


3.954.2 


1,211.7 


2,117.2 


2.345.9 


1,511.4 


4,998.0 


1.845.7 


19.016.7 


2,073.9 


21 ,090.7 


S 


256.4 


192.6 


571.6 


3.965.9 


1 ,246.5 


2,127.3 


2,337.6 


1 ,486.8 


5,306.9 


1 ,803.5 


19,295.2 


2,103.4 


21 ,398.6 





206.5 


180.7 


584.1 


3.956.0 


1 ,224.9 


2,124.2 


2.354.9 


1,473.5 


5,388.7 


1.805.7 


19,299.1 


2,104.1 


21,403.2 


N 


165.2 


164.8 


580.4 


3.998.7 


1,111.6 


2.123.7 


2.390.3 


1,457.4 


5,383.4 


1.819.9 


19.195.4 


2.094.1 


21 ,289.5 


D 


150.1 


139.4 


561.0 


3,968.2 


987.0 


2.109.0 


2.464.2 


1.486.2 


5,336.4 


1,833.6 


19.035.0 


2,076.7 


21,111.7 



1986 J 



109.0 



139.4 



562.1 



3,991.5 



923.1 



2,111.5 



2,372.6 



1 .477.3 



5,313.3 



1.807.3 18.807.1 



2,084.2 20,891.3 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 2 5 



1984 F 


167.7 


160.4 


492.3 


3.567.8 


913.2 


1,932 9 


2,050.1 


1.273.0 


4,715.6 


1,712.3 


17,020.6 


1 ,838.8 


18.859.4 


M 


165.3 


143.3 


479.8 


3.520.9 


906.9 


1 ,933.5 


2,067.1 


1,252.4 


4,756.9 


1 ,703.4 


16,963.4 


1.832.6 


18.796.0 


A 


168.9 


161.4 


489.1 


3.563.5 


916.9 


1,960.9 


2,090.0 


1,278.4 


4,778.5 


1,719.9 


17,151.3 


1.852.9 


19.004.2 


M 


169.3 


157.2 


490.7 


3,635.7 


927.7 


1,964.6 


2,107.2 


1,316.3 


4,807.8 


1,727.1 


17,331.9 


1.872.4 


19.204.3 


J 


169.4 


164.8 


514.7 


3.695.5 


944 1 


1,974.1 


2,148.4 


1.342.1 


4,804.7 


1 ,735.9 


17,484.9 


1 .888.9 


19.373.9 


J 


169.0 


163.6 


506.4 


3,776.7 


955.6 


1.996.1 


2,173.7 


1,333.9 


4,868.2 


1.730.8 


17,664.8 


1.920.3 


19,585.1 


A 


170.2 


156.4 


509.5 


3,687.4 


954.1 


1 .998.5 


2,184.6 


1,351.6 


4.902.1 


1.748.7 


17,619.3 


1.915.4 


19,534.6 


S 


173.9 


155.6 


516.9 


3,673.4 


950.0 


2.024.1 


2,171.0 


1 ,337.4 


4,841.6 


1.739.5 


17.564.4 


1.909.4 


19.473 8 


O 


172.7 


155.8 


518.1 


3,655.8 


956.0 


2,033.8 


2,180.3 


1.355.7 


4,865.0 


1,749.5 


17,616.6 


1.915.1 


19.531 6 


N 


183.4 


159.3 


520.5 


3,740.0 


945.4 


2,051.1 


2,205.5 


1.362.7 


4,934.4 


1,763.4 


17,844.3 


1.939.8 


19.784.1 


D 


179.8 


162.4 


533.5 


3.819.3 


978.5 


2.085.1 


2,267.4 


1 .390.7 


5,022.0 


1,783.7 


18,194.1 


1.977.9 


20.171.9 


1985 J 


179.5 


170.0 


526.1 


3,766.4 


945.9 


2,078.3 


2,242.3 


1 .353.7 


5,016.3 


1 ,777.4 


18.113.0 


1.976.1 


20,089.1 


F 


172.8 


160.5 


527.0 


3,781.3 


950.8 


2,067.2 


2,240.2 


1.366.5 


5,036.3 


1.775.8 


18,135.6 


1.978.6 


20,114.2 


M 


175.4 


149.3 


524.7 


3,791.3 


989.7 


2,083.8 


2,275.8 


1.372.1 


5,085.9 


1,774.7 


18,246.0 


1 ,990.6 


20.236.6 


A 


180.8 


144.6 


527.6 


3.803.8 


1,042.1 


2,069.8 


2,287.3 


1 .397.4 


5,107.7 


1 ,774.9 


18,355.1 


2.002.5 


20,357.6 


M 


176.6 


151.0 


543.9 


3.861.3 


1 ,032.2 


2,059.8 


2,314.7 


1.416.9 


5,146.8 


1.779.3 


18,515.3 


2,020.0 


20.535.4 


J 


178.7 


164.5 


554.7 


3.916.9 


1,048.2 


2,065.5 


2,326.6 


1 .422.0 


5,183.4 


1,783.1 


18,633.2 


2,032.9 


20,666.1 


J 


178.1 


148.4 


575.6 


4.042.9 


1 ,073.4 


2,082.8 


2,341.0 


1.464.0 


5,251.1 


1,786.9 


18,900.6 


2.062.0 


20.962.7 


A 


180.0 


151.9 


564.7 


3.919.4 


1 ,073.6 


2,074.8 


2,356.0 


1 .498.6 


5,287.3 


1 .796.8 


18,923.7 


2,0646 


20,988.3 


S 


181.9 


160.1 


575.2 


3,8896 


1,081.7 


2,092.2 


2.338.0 


1 .493.6 


5,271.4 


1,791.7 


18,832.5 


2,054.6 


20,887.1 


O 


182.3 


160.2 


586.0 


3,906.0 


1 ,095.0 


2,109.8 


2.336.1 


1.487.6 


5,290.9 


1,819.2 


18,964.3 


2,069.0 


21,033.3 


N 


184.2 


160.9 


580.6 


4,008.9 


1,070.9 


2,129.9 


2,360.7 


1.475.6 


5,307.8 


1,843.2 


19,103.9 


2,084.2 


21.188.1 


D 


193.4 


156.0 


573.4 


4,118.9 


1,101.9 


2.163.2 


2,418.1 


1,515.5 


5,356.9 


1.850 2 


19.362.3 


2.112.2 


21.474.5 


1986 J 


191.4 


161.1 


565.4 


4,081.4 


1 ,089.9 


2.148.6 


2,3999 


1 ,476.3 


5,344.5 


1,854.2 


19,337.8 


2.143.0 


21.480.8 



'Excludes military pay and allowances 'Includes fishing and trapping 

Note: Estimates may not add to totals due to rounding. 

Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005), Statistics Canada. 



37 



Population 




15 years 


Total 


ol age 


labour 


and over 


force 



767285 
767606 



767286 
767608 



767287 
767609 



769732 



767288 
767610 



April 1986 



Section 4— Table 3 

Table 3: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over (thousands of persons) 

Annual 

average 

and 

month and over force Employed Unemployed 



Not in the 






labour 


Participation 


Unemployment 


force 


rate' 


rate 3 



767289 
767611 



1984 


19,148 


12,399 


11.000 


1.399 


6.749 


1985 


19,372 


12.639 


11.311 


1.328 


6.733 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 










1984 A 


19,101 


12,138 


10.670 


1,468 


6.963 


M 


19.118 


12.474 


11.014 


1.460 


6.644 


J 


19,136 


12.678 


11,316 


1.362 


6,457 


J 


19,159 


12.889 


1 1 ,563 


1.326 


6,271 


A 


19,177 


12,863 


11,515 


1.347 


6,315 


S 


19,196 


12.526 


11,163 


1.363 


6,670 


O 


19.218 


12,458 


11,153 


1.305 


6,761 


N 


19,236 


12.403 


11,048 


1,355 


6,834 


D 


19,254 


12.282 


10.967 


1,316 


6,972 


1985 J 


19,274 


12.165 


10.682 


1.483 


7,109 


F 


19,290 


12,229 


10.774 


1,455 


7,061 


M 


19,308 


12,410 


10.864 


1.546 


6,898 


A 


19.329 


12,452 


11.015 


1,437 


6,877 


M 


19.346 


12,741 


11,412 


1.329 


6,605 


J 


19.362 


12.918 


1 1 ,624 


1,293 


6,445 


J 


19,382 


13,103 


1 1 .832 


1,272 


6,279 


A 


19,397 


13,078 


1 1 ,825 


1,253 


6,319 


S 


19,417 


12,650 


1 1 ,467 


1,183 


6,768 


O 


19.434 


12.675 


1 1 ,475 


1,200 


6.759 


N 


19,452 


12.673 


1 1 ,427 


1,246 


6.779 


D 


19,470 


12.577 


1 1 .339 


1,238 


6,893 


1986 J 


19,492 


12,543 


11,196 


1,347 


6,949 


F 


19,510 


12,589 


1 1 ,247 


1,341 


6.922 


M 


19.528 


12,681 


1 1 .301 


1.380 


6.847 


Adjusted for 


seasonal variation 










M.CD. 




2 


1 


2 




1984 A 




12,303 


10.909 


1,394 




M 




12,378 


10,930 


1,448 




J 




12,368 


10,989 


1,379 




J 




12,426 


11,063 


1.363 




A 




12,438 


11,046 


1.392 




S 




12,517 


1 1 .052 


1.465 




O 




12,486 


1 1 ,079 


1,407 




N 




12,505 


1 1 ,096 


1,409 




D 




12.485 


11.132 


1.353 




1985 J 




12.509 


11,112 


1.397 




F 




12.522 


11.146 


1.376 




M 




12,574 


11,177 


1.397 




A 




12,620 


1 1 ,257 


1.363 




M 




12,641 


1 1 ,322 


1.319 




J 




12,604 


11,291 


1,313 




J 




12,633 


1 1 ,324 


1.309 




A 




12,648 


11,347 


1,301 




S 




12,633 


1 1 .355 


1.278 




O 




12.704 


11,400 


1,304 




N 




12.774 


1 1 ,475 


1,299 




D 




12,782 


1 1 ,503 


1,279 




1986 J 




12,894 


11.632 


1.262 




F 




12,890 


1 1 .629 


1.261 




M 




12,864 


1 1 .626 


1.238 





64.8 
65.2 



63.5 
65.2 
66.3 
67.3 
67.1 
65.3 
64.8 
64.5 
63.8 

63.1 
63.4 
64.3 
64.4 
65.9 
66.7 
67.6 
67.4 
65.1 
65.2 
65.2 
64.6 

64.3 
64.5 
64.9 



64.4 
64.7 
64.6 
64.9 
64.9 
65.2 
65.0 
65.0 
64.8 

64.9 
64.9 
65.1 
65.3 
65.3 
65.1 
65.2 
65.2 
65.1 
65.4 
65.7 
65.6 

66.2 
66.1 
65.9 



11.3 
10.5 



12.1 
11.7 
10.7 
10.3 
10.5 
10.9 
10.5 
10.9 
10.7 

12.2 

119 

12.5 

11.5 

10.4 

10.0 

9.7 

9.6 

9.3 

9.5 

9.8 

9.8 

10.7 
10.7 
10.9 



11.3 
11.7 
11.1 
11.0 
11.2 
11.7 
11.3 
11.3 
10.8 

11.2 
11.0 
11.1 
10.8 
10.4 
10.4 
10.4 
10.3 
10.1 
10.3 
10.2 
10.0 

9.8 
9.8 
9.6 



'The labour force as a percentage of the population 15 years of age and over The participation rate for a particular group (age, sex etc ) is the labour force in that group expressed 
as a percentage ot the population for that group 2 The unemployed as a percentage of the labour force The unemployment rate for a particular group (age. sex etc ) is the unem- 
ployed in that group expressed as a percentage of the labour force for that group Seasonally-adjusted rates are calculated by dividing seasonally-adjusted unemployment by the sum of 
seasonally-adjusted employment and seasonally-adjusted unemployment (i.e seasonally-adjusted labour force by summation). 

Note: Excludes inmates of institutions, members of the armed services, Indians living on reserves and residents ol the Yukon and Northwest Territories The estimates are derived from 
a sample survey and are subject to sampling error In general, the smaller the estimate, the larger is the relative sampling error For other explanatory material see notes at the end of 
Catalogue No 71-001 
Source: The Labour Force (71-001), monthly. 



38 



April 1986 

Table 4: Selected series* by sex and main age group (thousands of persons) 



Section 4— Table 4 













Table 


4.1: Employed 










Annual 
average 
and 
month 




Total 






15-24 years 






25 years and over 




Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


Both 

sexes 




Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


D 
D 


767286 
767608 


767418 
767683 


767550 
767750 


767296 
767620 




767428 
767695 


767560 
767762 


767258 
767584 


767386 
767654 


767518 
767728 


1984 
1985 


11,000 
11,311 


6,367 
6,508 


4,633 
4,804 


2,374 
2,389 




1.232 
1.232 


1,142 
1,157 


8.626 
8.923 


5,135 
5,276 


3,492 
3,647 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 

F 
M 



10,670 


6,144 


4,526 


2,199 


1,113 


1.086 


8,471 


5.031 


3,440 


11,014 


6,381 


4,632 


2,402 


1.252 


1,150 


8,611 


5,129 


3,482 


11,316 


6,609 


4,707 


2,588 


1.378 


1,210 


8.728 


5,231 


3,498 


1 1 ,563 


6.789 


4,774 


2,832 


1,523 


1,309 


8,731 


5,266 


3,464 


11,515 


6.745 


4,770 


2,766 


1,483 


1,283 


8,750 


5,262 


3,487 


11.163 


6.501 


4,662 


2,326 


1,238 


1,088 


8,837 


5,263 


3,573 


11,153 


6,492 


4,662 


2,337 


1,235 


1.102 


8,816 


5,256 


3,560 


1 1 ,048 


6,353 


4,695 


2,280 


1,169 


1,111 


8,768 


5.183 


3.584 


10,967 


6,269 


4,697 


2,267 


1,149 


1,118 


8.699 


5.120 


3,579 


10.682 


6,116 


4,566 


2,117 


1,072 


1,044 


8.565 


5,044 


3.521 


10,774 


6.156 


4,619 


2,154 


1,087 


1.067 


8.620 


5,069 


3,552 


10,864 


6,193 


4,672 


2,196 


1,102 


1,094 


8.668 


5.091 


3.578 


11,015 


6.294 


4.721 


2,221 


1,129 


1.091 


8.794 


5,165 


3,629 


11,412 


6,571 


4,840 


2,450 


1,279 


1.171 


8.962 


5,292 


3,669 


1 1 ,624 


6,734 


4.891 


2,596 


1,376 


1.220 


9.028 


5,358 


3,670 


1 1 ,832 


6.898 


4,934 


2,834 


1.504 


1.331 


8.997 


5,394 


3,603 


1 1 .825 


6,893 


4,932 


2,805 


1.486 


1,319 


9.020 


5,407 


3,613 


1 1 .467 


6,630 


4,837 


2,325 


1,206 


1,120 


9.142 


5,425 


3,717 


1 1 ,475 


6.599 


4,876 


2.348 


1.203 


1.145 


9,127 


5,396 


3,731 


1 1 ,427 


6,548 


4,879 


2.315 


1.178 


1,137 


9.112 


5.370 


3,743 


1 1 ,339 


6,459 


4,880 


2,301 


1,159 


1,142 


9,038 


5.300 


3.738 


11,196 


6,370 


4,827 


2.207 


1,125 


1.082 


8,989 


5.245 


3,744 


1 1 ,247 


6,376 


4,872 


2.206 


1,119 


1,087 


9,042 


5.257 


3,785 


1 1 ,301 


6,408 


4,892 


2.231 


1,150 


1,081 


9,069 


5,258 


3,811 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.CD 1 



1984 A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 

F 
M 



10,909 


6.324 


4,585 


2.364 


1,219 1 


145 


8,545 


5,105 


3.440 


10.930 


6,335 


4,595 


2.375 


1 .232 1 


143 


8.555 


5,103 


3.452 


10.989 


6,380 


4,609 


2.376 


1 .238 1 


138 


8,613 


5,142 


3.471 


1 1 ,063 


6.410 


4,653 


2,396 


1 ,253 1 


143 


8.667 


5,157 


3,510 


11.046 


6.386 


4,660 


2,375 


1,237 1 


138 


8.671 


5,149 


3,522 


1 1 .052 


6.389 


4,663 


2,369 


1 .236 1 


133 


8.683 


5,153 


3,530 


1 1 .079 


6.425 


4,654 


2,386 


1 ,252 1 


134 


8.693 


5,173 


3,520 


1 1 ,096 


6,390 


4,706 


2,365 


1,218 1 


147 


8,731 


5,172 


3.559 


11,132 


6,414 


4,718 


2,378 


1 ,233 1 


145 


8,754 


5,181 


3,573 


11.112 


6,421 


4.691 


2,344 


1 ,223 1 


121 


8,768 


5,198 


3,570 


11,146 


6.431 


4,715 


2,355 


1 ,225 1 


130 


8,791 


5,206 


3,585 


11,177 


6,443 


4,734 


2,376 


1,231 1 


145 


8,801 


5,212 


3,589 


1 1 ,257 


6,479 


4,778 


2,388 


1 .238 1 


150 


8,869 


5,241 


3,628 


1 1 ,322 


6,521 


4,801 


2,419 


1 ,256 1 


163 


8.903 


5,265 


3,638 


11,291 


6,500 


4,791 


2,383 


1,234 1 


149 


8,908 


5,266 


3,642 


1 1 ,324 


6,515 


4.809 


2.394 


1,234 1 


160 


8,930 


5,281 


3,649 


11,347 


6,529 


4.818 


2,407 


1 ,238 1 


169 


8,940 


5,291 


3,649 


1 1 .355 


6,516 


4,839 


2,372 


1 ,205 1 


167 


8.983 


5.311 


3,672 


1 1 .400 


6,531 


4,869 


2,398 


1 .220 1 


178 


9,002 


5.311 


3,691 


1 1 ,475 


6,586 


4,889 


2,403 


1 .229 1 


174 


9.072 


5,357 


3,715 


1 1 ,503 


6,606 


4,897 


2,413 


1,244 1 


169 


9.090 


5.362 


3,728 


1 1 .632 


6,677 


4,955 


2,442 


1 ,277 1 


165 


9,190 


5.400 


3,790 


1 1 .629 


6,660 


4.969 


2,419 


1,261 1 


158 


9.210 


5.399 


3,811 


1 1 .626 


6,670 


4,956 


2,415 


1 ,280 1 


135 


9,211 


5,390 


3,821 



See footnotes. Table 3 

•In addition to the selected Labour Force information published here, there are approximately 2.100 Labour Force series available on CANSIM The series provide 

basic labour force characteristics, by geographic area, age. sex and marital status 



39 



Section 4— Table 4/Continued 

Table 4: Selected series by sex and main age group (thousands of persons)/continued 



April 1986 













Table 4.2: Unemployed 












Annual 
average 
and 
month 




Total 






15-24 years 






25 


years and over 




Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 




Men 


Women 


D 

D 


767287 
767609 


767419 
767684 


767551 
767751 


767297 
767621 


767429 
767696 


767561 
767565 


767259 
767585 




767387 
767655 


767519 
767729 



1984 
1985 



1984 A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 
F 
M 



1,399 


802 


598 


518 


297 


221 


882 


505 


377 


1,328 


750 


578 


473 


275 


198 


855 


475 


380 


anal variation 


















1.468 


884 


583 


540 


332 


208 


928 


553 


375 


1,460 


846 


614 


574 


331 


243 


886 


515 


371 


1,362 


764 


599 


531 


296 


235 


832 


468 


364 


1.326 


731 


595 


539 


301 


239 


787 


430 


357 


1,347 


726 


622 


493 


271 


222 


854 


455 


399 


1,363 


719 


644 


492 


252 


240 


871 


467 


404 


1,305 


696 


609 


467 


248 


219 


837 


447 


390 


1,355 


765 


590 


481 


270 


211 


873 


495 


379 


1,316 


773 


543 


454 


270 


184 


862 


503 


358 


1.483 


905 


578 


507 


312 


196 


975 


593 


382 


1,455 


869 


586 


500 


298 


202 


955 


571 


385 


1,546 


929 


617 


541 


338 


203 


1,005 


591 


414 


1,437 


841 


596 


497 


297 


200 


940 


544 


396 


1,329 


749 


581 


488 


280 


208 


841 


469 


373 


1,293 


705 


589 


501 


273 


228 


792 


432 


360 


1,272 


689 


582 


494 


276 


218 


778 


413 


365 


1,253 


657 


596 


443 


248 


196 


810 


410 


400 


1,183 


603 


579 


420 


224 


196 


762 


379 


383 


1.200 


648 


552 


423 


238 


186 


777 


410 


367 


1,246 


687 


559 


436 


255 


182 


809 


432 


378 


1,238 


717 


521 


423 


260 


163 


815 


457 


358 


1,347 


782 


564 


474 


276 


198 


873 


506 


366 


1,341 


786 


556 


487 


291 


196 


855 


495 


360 


1.380 


803 


577 


488 


286 


202 


892 


517 


375 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.CD. 2 



1984 A 
M 

J 
J 

A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 
F 
M 



1,394 


812 


582 


529 


311 


218 


865 


501 


364 


1.448 


836 


612 


552 


319 


233 


896 


517 


379 


1,379 


791 


588 


499 


290 


209 


880 


501 


379 


1.363 


769 


594 


506 


289 


217 


857 


480 


377 


1,392 


795 


597 


503 


287 


216 


889 


508 


381 


1.465 


828 


637 


535 


297 


238 


930 


531 


399 


1,407 


787 


620 


508 


286 


222 


899 


501 


398 


1,409 


805 


604 


510 


289 


221 


899 


516 


383 


1,353 


769 


564 


486 


275 


211 


867 


494 


373 


1,397 


814 


583 


496 


290 


206 


901 


524 


377 


1,376 


788 


588 


493 


283 


210 


883 


505 


378 


1,397 


804 


593 


502 


299 


203 


895 


505 


390 


1,363 


769 


594 


486 


277 


209 


877 


492 


385 


1,319 


741 


578 


468 


270 


198 


851 


471 


380 


1,313 


736 


577 


471 


269 


202 


842 


467 


375 


1,309 


730 


579 


460 


265 


195 


849 


465 


384 


1,301 


728 


573 


455 


264 


191 


846 


464 


382 


1,278 


707 


571 


457 


264 


193 


821 


443 


378 


1,304 


740 


564 


464 


275 


189 


840 


465 


375 


1,299 


726 


573 


463 


272 


191 


836 


454 


382 


1.279 


714 


565 


455 


265 


190 


824 


449 


375 


1.262 


693 


569 


460 


256 


204 


802 


437 


365 


1.261 


703 


558 


475 


274 


201 


786 


429 


357 


1.238 


683 


555 


456 


254 


202 


782 


429 


353 









See footnotes, Table 3 



40 



April 1986 

Table 4: Selected series by sex and main age group (thousands of persons) /continued 



Section 4— Table 4/Continued 











Table 4 3 


Participation 


rates' 












Annual 
average 
and 
month 




Total 






15-24 years 








25 


years and over 




Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 




Men 




Women 


Both 
sexes 




Men 


Women 


D 
D 


767288 
767610 


767420 
767685 


767552 
767752 


767298 
767622 




767430 
767697 




767562 
767763 


767261 
767586 




767389 
767656 


767521 
767730 


1984 
1985 


64.8 
65.2 


76.6 
76.7 


53.5 
54.3 


66.8 
67.4 




69.9 

70.1 




63.6 
64.6 


642 
64.6 




78.6 
78.6 


50.6 
51.6 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 A 
M 

J 
J 

A 

s 
o 

N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 

F 
M 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

MC.D. 3 



63.5 


75.2 


52.4 


63.0 


65.8 


60.1 


63.7 


78.1 


50.1 


65.2 


77.3 


53.7 


68.6 


72.2 


64.8 


64.3 


78.9 


50.6 


66.3 


78.8 


54.3 


71 9 


76.4 


67.3 


64.6 


79.5 


50.6 


67.3 


80.3 


54.8 


77.9 


83.4 


72.3 


64.2 


793 


50.0 


67 .1 


79.7 


55.0 


75.4 


80.3 


70.4 


64.6 


79.5 


50.7 


65.3 


76.9 


54.1 


65.3 


68.3 


62.2 


65.2 


79.5 


51.8 


64.8 


76.5 


53.7 


65.1 


68.2 


62.0 


64.7 


790 


51 3 


645 


75.7 


53.7 


64.2 


66.2 


62.2 


64.5 


78.5 


51.4 


63.8 


74.8 


53.2 


63.4 


65.4 


61.3 


63.9 


77.7 


51.0 


63.1 


74.5 


52.2 


61.2 


63.9 


58.5 


63.7 


77.7 


50.5 


63.4 


74.5 


52.8 


62.0 


64.0 


60.0 


63.8 


776 


50.8 


64.3 


75.5 


53.6 


64.1 


66.6 


61.4 


64.3 


78.1 


51.4 


64.4 


75.5 


53.8 


63.7 


66.1 


61.3 


64.6 


78.3 


51.8 


65.9 


77.4 


54.8 


69.0 


72.4 


65.6 


65.0 


78.9 


51.9 


66.7 


78.6 


55.4 


72.9 


76.7 


69.0 


65.0 


79.2 


51.7 


67.6 


80.1 


55.7 


78.5 


82.9 


74.0 


64.6 


79.3 


50.8 


67.4 


79.6 


55.7 


76.7 


80.9 


72.5 


64.8 


79.3 


51.3 


65.1 


76.2 


54.6 


65.0 


66.9 


63.1 


65.2 


79.0 


52.3 


65.2 


76.3 


54.6 


65.7 


67.5 


63.9 


65.1 


78.9 


52.2 


65.2 


76.1 


54.7 


65.3 


67.2 


63.4 


65.1 


78.7 


52.4 


64.6 


75.4 


54.3 


64.8 


66.6 


62.9 


64.5 


78.0 


52.0 


64.3 


75.1 


54.1 


63.9 


65.9 


61.8 


64.5 


77.7 


52.1 


64.5 


75.1 


54.4 


64.2 


66.4 


62.1 


64.6 


77.6 


52.4 


64.9 


75.6 


54.8 


65.0 


67.7 


62.2 


64.9 


77.8 


52.8 



1984 



A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 

s 
o 

N 
D 

1986 J 

F 
M 



64.4 


76.4 


52.9 


66.5 


69.7 


63.3 


638 


78.5 


50.0 


64.7 


76.7 


53.3 


67.4 


70.7 


64.0 


64.0 


78.5 


50.3 


64.6 


76.6 


53.1 


66.3 


69.8 


62.8 


64.1 


78.7 


50.4 


64.9 


76.6 


53.6 


67.1 


70.5 


63.5 


64.2 


78.5 


50.8 


64 9 


76.6 


53.6 


66.6 


69.8 


63.3 


64.4 


78.6 


50.9 


65.2 


76.9 


54.0 


67.3 


70.3 


64.2 


64.6 


78.9 


51.2 


65.0 


76.8 


53.7 


67.2 


70.6 


63.7 


64.3 


78.6 


50.9 


65.0 


76.5 


54.0 


66.9 


69.3 


64.3 


64.5 


78.7 


51.2 


64.8 


76.3 


53.9 


66.7 


69.5 


63.9 


64.3 


78.4 


51.1 


64.9 


76.8 


53.5 


66.3 


69.8 


62.7 


64.5 


789 


51.0 


64.9 


76.6 


53.8 


66.6 


69.7 


63.4 


64.4 


78.6 


51.2 


65.1 


76.8 


54.0 


67.4 


70.8 


63.9 


64.5 


78.6 


51.3 


65.3 


76.7 


54.4 


67.4 


70.2 


64.5 


64.7 


78.6 


51.6 


65.3 


76.8 


54.4 


67.8 


70.8 


64.7 


64.6 


78.6 


51.6 


65.1 


76.5 


54.2 


67.2 


69.9 


64.4 


64.5 


78.4 


51.5 


65.2 


76.5 


54.4 


67.3 


69.9 


64.7 


64.6 


78.4 


51.6 


65.2 


76.6 


54.4 


67.6 


70.1 


65.1 


64.5 


78.4 


51.5 


65.1 


76.1 


54.5 


67.0 


68.7 


65.2 


64.5 


78.3 


51.6 


65.4 


76.6 


54.7 


67.9 


70.0 


65.7 


64.7 


78.5 


51.8 


65.7 


76.9 


54.9 


68.1 


70.4 


65.7 


65.0 


78.8 


52.1 


65.6 


76.9 


54.9 


68.2 


70.8 


65.5 


64.9 


78.7 


52 1 


66.2 


77.4 


55.4 


69.1 


72.1 


66.1 


65.3 


78.9 


526 


66.1 


77.2 


55.4 


69.1 


72.3 


65.7 


65.3 


78.6 


52.7 


659 


77.1 


55.2 


68.6 


72.3 


648 


65.1 


78.4 


52.7 



See footnotes. Table 3 



41 



Section A 
Table 4: 


—Table 4/Concluded 
Selected series by sex 


and main 


age group 


(thousands of persons) /concluded 








April 1986 














Table 4.4 


: Unemployment 


rates 1 








Annual 
average 
and 
month 








Total 






15-24 years 








25 years and over 






Both 
sexes 




Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 


Men 




Women 


Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


D 
D 




767289 
76761 1 




767421 
767686 


767553 
767753 


767299 
767623 


767431 
767698 




767563 
767764 


767262 
767587 


767390 
767657 


767522 
767731 


1984 
1985 




11.3 
10.5 




11.2 
10.3 


11.4 

10.7 


17.9 
16.5 


19.4 
18.2 




16 2 
14.6 


9.3 
8.7 


8.9 
8.3 


9.7 
9.4 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 



A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 

F 
M 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.CD. 2 



12.1 


12.6 


11.4 


19.7 


23.0 


16.1 


9.9 


9.9 


9.8 


11.7 


11.7 


11.7 


19.3 


20.9 


17.4 


9.3 


9.1 


9.6 


10.7 


10.4 


11.3 


17.0 


17.7 


16.2 


8.7 


8.2 


9.4 


10.3 


9.7 


11.1 


16.0 


16.5 


15.4 


8.3 


7.5 


9.3 


10.5 


9.7 


11.5 


15.1 


15.5 


14.8 


8.9 


8.0 


10.3 


10.9 


10.0 


12.1 


17.5 


16.9 


18.1 


9.0 


8.1 


10.2 


10.5 


9.7 


11.6 


16.7 


16.7 


16.6 


8.7 


7.8 


9.9 


10.9 


10.7 


11.2 


17.4 


18.8 


16.0 


9.1 


8.7 


9.6 


10.7 


11.0 


10.4 


16.7 


19.0 


14.1 


9.0 


8.9 


9.1 


12.2 


12.9 


11.2 


19.3 


22.5 


15.8 


10.2 


10.5 


9.8 


11.9 


12.4 


11.3 


18.8 


21.5 


15.9 


10.0 


10.1 


9.8 


12.5 


13.0 


11.7 


19.8 


23.5 


15.7 


10.4 


10.4 


10.4 


11.5 


11.8 


11.2 


18.3 


20.8 


15.5 


9.7 


9.5 


9.8 


10.4 


10.2 


10.7 


16.6 


18.0 


15.1 


8.6 


8.1 


9.2 


10.0 


9.5 


10.7 


16.2 


16.5 


15.8 


8.1 


7.5 


8.9 


9.7 


9.1 


10.6 


14.8 


15.5 


14.1 


8.0 


7.1 


9.2 


9.6 


8.7 


10.8 


13.6 


14.3 


12.9 


8.2 


7.0 


10.0 


93 


8.3 


10.7 


15.3 


15.7 


14.9 


7.7 


6.5 


9.4 


9.5 


8.9 


10.2 


15.3 


16.5 


14.0 


7.8 


7.1 


8.9 


9.8 


9.5 


10.3 


15.9 


17.8 


13.8 


8.2 


7.4 


9.2 


9.8 


10.0 


9.7 


15.5 


18.3 


12.5 


8.3 


7.9 


8.7 


10.7 


10.9 


10.5 


17.7 


19.7 


15.5 


8.8 


8.8 


8.9 


107 


11.0 


10.2 


18.1 


20.6 


15.3 


8.6 


8.6 


8.7 


10.9 


11.1 


10.5 


18.0 


19.9 


15.7 


9.0 


9.0 


9.0 



, 



1984 A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

o 

N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



IS 



11.3 


11.4 


11.3 


18.3 


20.3 


16.0 


9.2 


8.9 


9.6 


11.7 


11.7 


11.8 


18.9 


20.6 


16.9 


9.5 


9.2 


9.9 


11.1 


11.0 


11.3 


17.4 


19.0 


15.5 


9.3 


8.9 


9.8 


11.0 


10.7 


11.3 


17.4 


18.7 


16.0 


9.0 


8.5 


9.7 


11.2 


11.1 


11.4 


17.5 


18.8 


16.0 


9.3 


9.0 


9.8 


11.7 


11.5 


12.0 


18.4 


19.4 


17.4 


9.7 


9.3 


10.2 


11.3 


10.9 


11.8 


17.6 


18.6 


16.4 


9.4 


8.8 


10.2 


11.3 


11.2 


11.4 


17.7 


19.2 


16.2 


9.3 


9.1 


9.7 


10.8 


107 


11.0 


17.0 


18.2 


15.6 


9.0 


8.7 


9.5 


11.2 


11.3 


11.1 


17.5 


19.2 


15.5 


9.3 


9.2 


9.6 


11.0 


10.9 


11.1 


17.3 


18.8 


15.7 


9.1 


8.8 


9.5 


11.1 


11.1 


11.1 


17.4 


19.5 


15.1 


9.2 


8.8 


9.8 


10.8 


10.6 


11.1 


16.9 


18.3 


15.4 


9.0 


8.6 


9.6 


10.4 


10.2 


10.7 


16.2 


17.7 


14.5 


8.7 


8.2 


9.5 


10.4 


10.2 


107 


16.5 


17.9 


15.0 


8.6 


8.1 


9.3 


104 


10.1 


10.7 


16.1 


17.7 


14.4 


8.7 


8.1 


9.5 


10.3 


10.0 


10.6 


15.9 


17.6 


14.0 


8.6 


8.1 


9.5 


10.1 


9.8 


10.6 


16.2 


18.0 


14.2 


8.4 


7.7 


9.3 


10.3 


10.2 


10.4 


16.2 


18.4 


13.8 


8.5 


8.1 


9.2 


10.2 


9.9 


10.5 


16.2 


18.1 


14.0 


8.4 


7.8 


9.3 


10.0 


9.8 


10 3 


15.9 


17.6 


14.0 


8.3 


7.7 


9.1 


9.8 


9.4 


10.3 


15.9 


16.7 


14.9 


8.0 


7.5 


8.8 


98 


95 


10.1 


16.4 


17.9 


14.8 


7.9 


7.4 


8.6 


9.6 


9.3 


10.1 


15.9 


16.6 


15.1 


7.8 


7.4 


8.5 



See footnotes, Table 3 



42 



April 1986 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons) 



Section 4— Table 5 



Annual 
average 










Table 5.1: 


Labour force 












month 


Canada 


Mfld 


PE.I 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alia 


B.C 


D 

D 


767285 
767606 


767837 
767899 


767975 
768037 


768113 
768175 


768251 
768313 


768413 
768475 


768583 
768645 


768729 
768791 


768867 
768929 


769005 
769067 


769168 
769230 


1984 
1985 


12,399 
12,639 


221 
224 


56 
59 


387 
391 


291 
304 


3,123 
3,181 


4,666 
4,787 


515 
523 


477 

491 


1,254 
1,249 


1,410 
1,431 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 A 


12,138 


210 


53 


374 


279 


3,059 


4.566 


511 


465 


1,228 


1,393 


M 


12,474 


222 


56 


387 


300 


3,154 


4,675 


520 


483 


1,264 


1.413 


J 


12,678 


236 


59 


399 


307 


3,226 


4,737 


521 


489 


1,274 


1,430 


J 


12,889 


251 


61 


412 


314 


3,245 


4,840 


529 


495 


1,294 


1,447 


A 


12,863 


243 


61 


416 


317 


3,197 


4,856 


530 


499 


1,291 


1,452 


S 


12,526 


235 


57 


400 


305 


3,143 


4,698 


515 


484 


1,261 


1,427 


O 


12,458 


223 


57 


394 


296 


3,131 


4,690 


514 


481 


1,255 


1,417 


N 


12,403 


214 


54 


387 


289 


3,114 


4,685 


513 


477 


1,249 


1,420 


D 


12,282 


209 


55 


381 


281 


3,065 


4,666 


512 


472 


1,235 


1,407 


1985 J 


12,165 


204 


55 


372 


280 


3,023 


4,635 


508 


469 


1,224 


1,396 


F 


12,229 


211 


55 


371 


280 


3,054 


4,643 


510 


470 


1,224 


1.411 


M 


12,410 


215 


57 


377 


294 


3,100 


4,720 


516 


479 


1,231 


1,421 


A 


12,452 


217 


57 


382 


295 


3,118 


4,740 


512 


485 


1,226 


1,422 


M 


12.741 


223 


61 


396 


310 


3,211 


4,825 


522 


505 


1,250 


1,438 


J 


12.918 


236 


62 


399 


317 


3.283 


4,885 


527 


506 


1,256 


1,448 


J 


13,103 


254 


64 


414 


328 


3,297 


4,948 


538 


512 


1,282 


1.466 


A 


13,078 


244 


63 


416 


326 


3,284 


4,951 


538 


510 


1.287 


1,459 


S 


12,650 


231 


59 


394 


314 


3.194 


4,763 


528 


492 


1,253 


1,422 


O 


12,675 


223 


57 


394 


308 


3.198 


4,779 


526 


494 


1,259 


1,436 


N 


12,673 


215 


57 


391 


303 


3,220 


4,796 


524 


489 


1.249 


1.429 


D 


12,577 


210 


56 


382 


300 


3.188 


4,757 


524 


485 


1,248 


1,428 


1986 J 


12,543 


207 


55 


382 


294 


3,164 


4,765 


521 


484 


1,242 


1,428 


F 


12,589 


209 


55 


384 


297 


3,144 


4.803 


523 


485 


1,258 


1,431 


M 


12,681 


218 


56 


388 


304 


3,170 


4,807 


527 


491 


1,268 


1.452 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.CD 2 4 



1984 A 


12,303 


219 


55 


383 


289 


3.109 


4,622 


516 


472 


1,238 


1.400 


M 


12,378 


220 


55 


385 


291 


3,129 


4,653 


515 


473 


1,256 


1.408 


J 


12,368 


218 


55 


389 


292 


3.118 


4,630 


514 


477 


1,262 


1,412 


J 


12,426 


221 


56 


390 


291 


3,118 


4.678 


515 


474 


1,257 


1,410 


A 


12,438 


224 


57 


395 


295 


3,104 


4,694 


516 


480 


1,259 


1,416 


S 


12,517 


231 


56 


395 


295 


3.137 


4,722 


513 


481 


1,264 


1,432 





12,486 


223 


57 


391 


295 


3.133 


4,720 


515 


480 


1,260 


1,424 


N 


12,505 


223 


56 


390 


296 


3.134 


4,728 


517 


484 


1.260 


1,437 


D 


12,485 


225 


58 


391 


294 


3,120 


4,738 


518 


484 


1,254 


1,429 


1985 J 


12,509 


223 


58 


389 


300 


3,124 


4,729 


517 


485 


1.246 


1,416 


F 


12,522 


226 


59 


387 


298 


3,135 


4,739 


519 


485 


1.239 


1.429 


M 


12,574 


222 


59 


387 


304 


3,142 


4,773 


521 


490 


1,239 


1,425 


A 


12,620 


224 


59 


391 


305 


3,172 


4,799 


518 


491 


1.239 


1,431 


M 


12,641 


222 


60 


395 


301 


3.184 


4,798 


518 


495 


1,243 


1,432 


J 


12,604 


218 


59 


389 


301 


3,175 


4,777 


519 


492 


1,241 


1.428 


J 


12,633 


225 


58 


391 


304 


3,167 


4,782 


523 


492 


1,245 


1,427 


A 


12,648 


223 


59 


394 


303 


3,186 


4,782 


524 


490 


1,254 


1,422 


S 


12,633 


225 


58 


389 


304 


3,188 


4,778 


526 


490 


1,253 


1,421 


O 


12,704 


224 


58 


391 


307 


3,202 


4,807 


527 


493 


1,260 


1.443 


N 


12,774 


225 


59 


393 


310 


3,240 


4,832 


529 


496 


1,259 


1.445 


D 


12,782 


226 


59 


392 


314 


3.244 


4,829 


530 


497 


1,264 


1.450 


1986 J 


12,894 


227 


58 


397 


314 


3.266 


4,867 


532 


501 


1,267 


1.453 


F 


12.890 


224 


58 


400 


315 


3,231 


4.897 


531 


499 


1,273 


1.452 


M 


12,864 


225 


59 


399 


316 


3,224 


4.875 


532 


501 


1,278 


1,459 



See footnotes, Table 3 



43 



Section 4— Table 5/Continued April 1986 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons)/continued 



Annual 
























average 










Table 


5 2: Employed 












and 
























month 


Canada 


Nfld 


PEL 


N.S. 


NB 


Que. 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta 


B.C. 


D 


767286 


767838 


767976 


768114 


768252 


768414 


768584 


768730 


768868 


769006 


769169 


D 


767608 


767900 


768038 


768176 


768314 


768476 


768646 


768792 


768930 


769068 


769231 


1984 


11.000 


176 


49 


337 


248 


2.722 


4,243 


472 


439 


1.114 


1,202 


1985 


11,311 


176 


51 


337 


258 


2,804 


4,402 


480 


452 


1,123 


1.228 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 




















1984 A 


10,670 


166 


43 


319 


232 


2.639 


4,123 


467 


426 


1,080 


1,174 


M 


11.014 


173 


49 


339 


252 


2,733 


4,237 


480 


446 


1,111 


1,193 


J 


11.316 


195 


53 


354 


264 


2,821 


4,338 


484 


455 


1,134 


1,219 


J 


1 1 .563 


206 


55 


366 


272 


2.886 


4,430 


491 


456 


1,154 


1,245 


A 


11.515 


199 


56 


369 


275 


2,823 


4,441 


486 


464 


1,149 


1,254 


S 


11,163 


186 


51 


350 


261 


2.760 


4,291 


472 


446 


1.120 


1,226 





11.153 


179 


50 


341 


255 


2,756 


4,310 


472 


447 


1.124 


1.219 


N 


11.048 


170 


47 


335 


245 


2,721 


4,287 


471 


437 


1.118 


1,216 


D 


10,967 


164 


47 


330 


240 


2.699 


4,278 


465 


432 


1,111 


1,201 


1985 J 


10,682 


151 


46 


315 


233 


2,631 


4,178 


460 


424 


1.078 


1,168 


F 


10.774 


162 


46 


315 


232 


2,667 


4,206 


462 


426 


1,074 


1,184 


M 


10,864 


162 


47 


312 


235 


2,667 


4,257 


464 


433 


1,083 


1,204 


A 


11,015 


161 


48 


320 


245 


2,726 


4,321 


466 


442 


1,083 


1.203 


M 


11.412 


170 


53 


343 


261 


2,826 


4,455 


481 


465 


1,118 


1,240 


J 


1 1 ,624 


185 


57 


349 


271 


2,899 


4,523 


486 


471 


1,141 


1.243 


J 


1 1 ,832 


207 


57 


359 


282 


2,949 


4.571 


496 


474 


1.166 


1.270 


A 


1 1 ,825 


201 


57 


363 


281 


2,938 


4.579 


493 


472 


1,169 


1,273 


S 


1 1 ,467 


192 


54 


346 


276 


2,844 


4.412 


491 


459 


1,145 


1.249 





1 1 .475 


184 


51 


346 


267 


2,841 


4.439 


492 


460 


1.152 


1,245 


N 


1 1 ,427 


173 


48 


338 


258 


2.849 


4.466 


487 


451 


1.134 


1,225 


D 


1 1 ,339 


166 


47 


335 


256 


2,817 


4.422 


484 


443 


1.139 


1,231 


1986 J 


11,196 


161 


46 


326 


245 


2,774 


4.374 


474 


441 


1,127 


1,228 


F 


1 1 .247 


165 


46 


328 


248 


2,742 


4,424 


476 


443 


1,142 


1,234 


M 


11.301 


165 


47 


330 


250 


2,753 


4.438 


477 


444 


1.139 


1,257 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 1 5 



1984 A 


10.909 


177 


47 


333 


247 


2,704 


4.202 


475 


435 


1.102 


1.190 


M 


10.930 


175 


47 


337 


247 


2,719 


4.213 


474 


436 


1,106 


1.186 


J 


10,989 


178 


48 


340 


248 


2,724 


4.228 


473 


438 


1.113 


1.192 


J 


1 1 ,063 


177 


49 


344 


249 


2.738 


4.262 


474 


435 


1,116 


1,204 


A 


1 1 ,046 


177 


50 


343 


251 


2,711 


4.268 


473 


442 


1,114 


1,211 


S 


1 1 ,052 


176 


48 


341 


248 


2,734 


4.274 


467 


440 


1.112 


1.215 


O 


1 1 .079 


175 


49 


335 


249 


2,736 


4.301 


469 


441 


1,113 


1,211 


N 


1 1 .096 


176 


49 


337 


250 


2,732 


4,296 


473 


442 


1.123 


1,228 


D 


11,132 


177 


50 


337 


250 


2.748 


4,325 


472 


445 


1,118 


1,215 


1985 J 


11,112 


171 


50 


335 


253 


2.746 


4,317 


473 


445 


1,111 


1,209 


F 


11,146 


178 


51 


334 


252 


2.764 


4,331 


475 


445 


1,101 


1,217 


M 


11,177 


174 


51 


330 


253 


2.748 


4,364 


475 


449 


1.107 


1,222 


A 


1 1 ,257 


172 


52 


335 


260 


2.793 


4,402 


474 


451 


1,107 


1,221 


M 


1 1 .322 


173 


52 


341 


256 


2,809 


4,426 


475 


455 


1,114 


1,233 


J 


11,291 


169 


52 


335 


255 


2,800 


4.411 


475 


453 


1,119 


1,216 


J 


1 1 ,324 


178 


51 


336 


258 


2,798 


4,400 


479 


453 


1,127 


1.229 


A 


11,347 


178 


51 


337 


257 


2,822 


4.402 


480 


450 


1,133 


1,230 


S 


1 1 ,355 


181 


51 


337 


262 


2,819 


4,396 


486 


453 


1,137 


1.236 


O 


11,400 


180 


50 


340 


261 


2,822 


4.432 


489 


454 


1,140 


1.237 


N 


1 1 ,475 


180 


50 


340 


263 


2,860 


4,474 


489 


456 


1.139 


1.236 


D 


1 1 ,503 


179 


50 


342 


267 


2,866 


4,470 


491 


456 


1.145 


1.246 


1986 J 


1 1 ,632 


182 


50 


345 


266 


2.890 


4,513 


489 


461 


1.159 


1.266 


F 


1 1 ,629 


181 


50 


347 


268 


2,846 


4,543 


489 


461 


1.166 


1.266 


M 


1 1 ,626 


178 


51 


348 


269 


2,843 


4,543 


489 


460 


1,163 


1.274 



See (oolnoles. Table 3 



44 



April 1986 Section 4— Table 5/ Continued 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons)/continued 



Annual 
average 










Table 5.3: 


Unemployed 












month 


Canada 


Nlld 


P.E.I. 


N.S 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alia 


B.C. 


D 

D 


767287 
767609 


767839 
767901 


767977 
768039 


768115 
768177 


768253 
768315 


768415 
768477 


768585 
768647 


768731 
768793 


768869 
768931 


769007 
769069 


769170 
769232 


1984 
1985 


1.399 
1,328 


45 
48 


7 
8 


51 
54 


44 
46 


400 
376 


423 
385 


43 
43 


38 
40 


140 
126 


208 
203 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 A 


1,468 


45 


9 


55 


48 


420 


443 


43 


39 


148 


219 


M 


1.460 


49 


8 


48 


47 


421 


438 


39 


37 


152 


220 


J 


1,362 


41 


6 


45 


43 


404 


400 


38 


35 


140 


211 


J 


1,326 


44 


6 


46 


42 


359 


410 


38 


38 


140 


202 


A 


1,347 


45 


5 


48 


42 


374 


415 


44 


36 


141 


198 


S 


1,363 


50 


7 


50 


44 


383 


407 


43 


38 


141 


201 


O 


1,305 


44 


7 


53 


41 


375 


380 


42 


34 


131 


198 


N 


1,355 


45 


7 


53 


44 


393 


398 


42 


40 


131 


204 


D 


1,316 


45 


8 


51 


41 


366 


388 


47 


40 


125 


206 


1985 J 


1,483 


53 


9 


57 


47 


392 


457 


48 


45 


146 


228 


F 


1,455 


49 


9 


56 


47 


387 


437 


48 


44 


151 


226 


M 


1,546 


53 


10 


65 


58 


433 


463 


52 


46 


148 


217 


A 


1,437 


56 


9 


61 


51 


392 


419 


46 


42 


143 


218 


M 


1,329 


54 


8 


53 


48 


385 


370 


41 


40 


132 


198 


J 


1,293 


50 


6 


50 


45 


383 


362 


41 


35 


115 


205 


J 


1,272 


47 


6 


55 


46 


348 


377 


41 


38 


117 


196 


A 


1,253 


43 


7 


53 


44 


346 


373 


45 


38 


118 


186 


S 


1,183 


40 


6 


48 


38 


350 


350 


37 


34 


108 


173 


O 


1.200 


40 


7 


48 


41 


358 


340 


34 


34 


107 


192 


N 


1,246 


42 


9 


53 


45 


372 


330 


38 


38 


114 


204 


D 


1.238 


44 


9 


47 


44 


371 


336 


40 


42 


109 


197 


1986 J 


1,347 


45 


9 


55 


49 


391 


392 


47 


44 


115 


200 


F 


1,341 


44 


9 


56 


48 


402 


379 


46 


42 


116 


198 


M 


1,380 


53 


10 


58 


54 


417 


369 


50 


47 


129 


195 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 2 4 



1984 A 


1,394 


42 


8 


50 


42 


405 


420 


41 


37 


136 


210 


M 


1,448 


45 


8 


48 


44 


410 


440 


41 


37 


150 


222 


J 


1,379 


40 


7 


49 


44 


394 


402 


41 


39 


149 


220 


J 


1,363 


44 


7 


46 


42 


380 


416 


41 


39 


141 


206 


A 


1.392 


47 


7 


52 


44 


393 


426 


43 


38 


145 


205 


S 


1.465 


55 


8 


54 


47 


403 


448 


46 


41 


152 


217 


O 


1.407 


48 


8 


56 


46 


397 


419 


46 


39 


147 


213 


N 


1.409 


47 


7 


53 


46 


402 


432 


44 


42 


137 


209 


D 


1.353 


48 


8 


54 


44 


372 


413 


46 


39 


136 


214 


1985 J 


1,397 


52 


8 


54 


47 


378 


412 


44 


40 


135 


207 


F 


1.376 


48 


8 


53 


46 


371 


408 


44 


40 


138 


212 


M 


1.397 


48 


8 


57 


51 


394 


409 


46 


41 


132 


203 


A 


1.363 


52 


7 


56 


45 


379 


397 


44 


40 


132 


210 


M 


1.319 


49 


8 


54 


45 


375 


372 


43 


40 


129 


199 


J 


1,313 


49 


7 


54 


46 


375 


366 


44 


39 


122 


212 


J 


1,309 


47 


7 


55 


46 


369 


382 


44 


39 


118 


198 


A 


1,301 


45 


8 


57 


46 


364 


380 


44 


40 


121 


192 


S 


1,278 


44 


7 


52 


42 


369 


382 


40 


37 


116 


185 


O 


1.304 


44 


8 


51 


46 


380 


375 


38 


39 


120 


206 


N 


1.299 


45 


9 


53 


47 


380 


358 


40 


40 


120 


209 


D 


1,279 


47 


9 


50 


47 


378 


359 


39 


41 


119 


204 


1986 J 


1.262 


45 


8 


52 


48 


376 


354 


43 


40 


108 


187 


F 


1.261 


43 


8 


53 


47 


385 


354 


42 


38 


107 


186 


M 


1,238 


47 


8 


51 


47 


381 


332 


43 


41 


115 


185 



See footnotes, Table 3 



45 



Section 4— Table 5/Continued April 1986 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons)/continued 



Annual 
average 










Table 5.4: 


Participation 


rates 












month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S 


N.B. 


Que. 




Ont 


Man 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 




D 


767288 
767610 


767841 
769756 


767979 
769757 


768117 
769758 


768255 
769759 


768417 
769760 




768587 
769763 


768733 
769766 


768871 
769767 


769009 
769768 


769172 
769769 


1984 
1985 


64.8 
65.2 


52.9 
53.0 


60.2 
61.9 


59.3 
588 


55.1 
568 


61.5 
62.2 




67.4 
68.0 


657 
65.8 


65 1 
664 


72.1 
71.9 


64.0 
64.3 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 A 


635 


50.4 


57.1 


57.5 


53.0 


60.4 


66.2 


65.3 


63.7 


70.4 


63.4 


M 


65.2 


53.2 


61.1 


59.5 


56.7 


62.2 


67.7 


66.4 


66.1 


72.5 


64.2 


J 


66.3 


56.4 


63.6 


61.2 


58.1 


63.6 


68.5 


66.6 


66.9 


73.1 


64.9 


J 


67.3 


59.9 


66.4 


63.2 


59.3 


63.9 


69.9 


67.5 


67.5 


74.3 


65.6 


A 


67.1 


58.1 


66.0 


63.7 


597 


62.9 


70.0 


67.6 


68.0 


74.2 


65.7 


S 


65.3 


56.2 


61.8 


61.0 


57.5 


61.8 


67.6 


65.6 


65.9 


72.6 


64.6 





64.8 


53.2 


60.9 


59.9 


55.8 


61.5 


67.4 


65.4 


65.3 


72.3 


64.0 


N 


64.5 


51.1 


58.2 


58.8 


54.3 


61.2 


67.2 


65.1 


64.8 


72.0 


64.1 


D 


63.8 


49.8 


58.7 


57.8 


52.7 


60.2 


66.9 


64.8 


63.9 


71.3 


63.4 


1985 J 


63.1 


48.6 


58.1 


56.3 


52.4 


59.3 


66.3 


64.3 


63.5 


70.6 


62.9 


F 


63.4 


50.3 


58.4 


56.1 


52.4 


59.9 


66.3 


64.5 


63.6 


70.7 


63.5 


M 


64.3 


51 3 


60.3 


56.9 


55.0 


60.8 


67.4 


65.1 


64.8 


71.0 


63.9 


A 


64.4 


51.5 


60.0 


57.6 


55.2 


61.1 


67.5 


64.5 


65.5 


70.7 


63.9 


M 


65.9 


53.1 


64.5 


59.7 


57.8 


62.8 


68.6 


65.8 


68.2 


72.1 


64.6 


J 


66.7 


55.9 


66.0 


60.0 


59.0 


64.2 


69.4 


66.3 


68.4 


72.4 


65.1 


J 


67.6 


60.1 


67.4 


62.3 


61.1 


64.4 


70.2 


67.6 


69.1 


73.8 


65.9 


A 


67.4 


57.6 


668 


62.5 


60.6 


64.1 


70.2 


67.6 


68.9 


74.0 


65.5 


S 


65.1 


54.6 


62.2 


59.2 


58.3 


62.3 


67.4 


66.3 


66.5 


72.0 


63.8 


O 


65.2 


52.7 


60.3 


59.1 


57.2 


62.4 


67.6 


66.0 


668 


72.2 


64.4 


N 


652 


50.8 


59.9 


58.5 


56.3 


62.8 


67.7 


65.7 


66.0 


71.6 


64.1 


D 


64.6 


49.4 


58.6 


57.2 


55.7 


62.1 


67.1 


65.6 


65.6 


71.4 


64.0 


1986 J 


64.3 


487 


57.6 


57.1 


54.5 


61 6 


67.1 


65.1 


65.4 


71.0 


64.0 


F 


64.5 


49.2 


57.4 


57.4 


54.9 


61.1 


67.6 


65.3 


65.5 


71.8 


64.1 


M 


649 


51.3 


59.0 


57.9 


56.2 


61.6 


67.5 


65.8 


66.3 


72.2 


65.0 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 3 5 



1984 A 


64.4 


52.5 


59.8 


58.9 


54.7 


61.4 


67.0 


66.1 


64.7 


71.0 


63.7 


M 


64.7 


52.8 


59.8 


59.1 


55.1 


61.7 


67.4 


65.9 


64.7 


72.1 


64.0 


J 


64.6 


52.2 


59.8 


59.7 


55.2 


61.5 


67.0 


65.6 


65.2 


72.4 


64.1 


J 


64.9 


52.7 


60.9 


59.7 


55.0 


61.4 


67.6 


65.7 


64.7 


72.2 


639 


A 


64.9 


53.5 


61.3 


60.4 


557 


61.1 


67.7 


65.8 


65.4 


72.4 


64.1 


S 


65.2 


55.1 


60.2 


60.3 


55.7 


61.7 


68.0 


65.4 


65.4 


72.7 


64.8 


O 


65.0 


53.2 


61.3 


59.5 


55.6 


61.6 


67.8 


65.5 


65.2 


72.6 


64.3 


N 


65.0 


53.1 


60.2 


59.3 


55.6 


61.6 


67.9 


65.6 


65.7 


72.7 


64.9 


D 


64.8 


53.6 


61.7 


59.3 


55.3 


61.2 


67.9 


65.7 


65.6 


72.4 


64.5 


1985 J 


64.9 


53.1 


61.7 


58.9 


56.3 


61 3 


67.7 


65.4 


65.7 


71.9 


63.8 


F 


64.9 


53.8 


62.8 


58.5 


55.8 


61.5 


67.7 


65.6 


65.6 


71.5 


64.3 


M 


65.1 


52.9 


62.8 


58.5 


56.9 


61.6 


68.1 


65.8 


66.3 


71.5 


64.1 


A 


65.3 


53.3 


62.8 


59.0 


57.0 


62.1 


68.4 


65.3 


66.4 


71 .5 


64.3 


M 


65.3 


52.7 


63.8 


59.5 


56.2 


62.3 


68.3 


65.2 


66.9 


71.7 


64.4 


J 


65.1 


51.8 


62.1 


58.6 


56.2 


62.1 


67.9 


65.3 


66.5 


71.5 


64.2 


J 


65.2 


53.3 


61.1 


58.8 


56.6 


61.9 


67.9 


65.7 


66.5 


71.7 


64.1 


A 


65.2 


52.7 


62.1 


59.2 


564 


62.2 


67.8 


65.8 


66.2 


72.2 


63.9 


S 


65.1 


53.2 


61.1 


58.4 


56.5 


62.2 


67.6 


66.0 


66.2 


72.0 


63.8 


O 


65.4 


52.8 


61.1 


58.6 


57.1 


62.4 


68.0 


66.1 


66.6 


72.3 


64.7 


N 


65.7 


53.1 


62.1 


58.9 


57.6 


63.1 


68.2 


66.3 


67.0 


72.1 


64.8 


D 


65.6 


53.3 


62.1 


58.7 


58.3 


63.2 


68.1 


66.3 


67.2 


72.4 


65.0 


1986 J 


66.2 


53.4 


61.1 


59.4 


58.3 


63.5 


685 


66.5 


67.7 


72.4 


65.1 


F 


66.1 


52.7 


61.1 


59.8 


58.3 


62.8 


68.9 


66.3 


67.3 


72.6 


65.0 


M 


65.9 


52.8 


61.5 


59.6 


58.4 


62.6 


68.5 


66.4 


67.6 


72.8 


65.3 



See footnotes. Table 3 



46 



April 1986 Section 4— Table 5/Concluded 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons) /concluded 



Annual 
average 










Table 5.5: 


Unemployment 


rates 2 










month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


NS. 


N.B 


Que. 


Ont 


Man 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


D 
D 


767289 
76761 1 


767842 
767902 


767980 
768040 


768118 
768178 


768256 
768316 


768418 
768478 


768588 
768648 


768734 
768794 


768872 
768932 


769010 
769070 


769173 
769233 


1984 
1985 


11.3 
10.5 


20.5 
21.3 


12.8 
13.2 


13.1 
13.8 


149 
15.2 


12.8 
11.8 


9.1 
8.0 


8.3 

8.1 


8.0 

8.1 


11.2 

10.1 


14.7 
14.2 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 A 


12.1 


21.3 


17.8 


14.7 


17.0 


13.7 


9.7 


8.5 


8.3 


12.1 


15.7 


M 


11.7 


22.0 


13.7 


12.5 


15.8 


13.3 


9.4 


7.5 


7.7 


12.1 


15.6 


J 


10.7 


17.4 


10.5 


11.3 


13.9 


12.5 


8.4 


7.2 


7.1 


11.0 


14.8 


J 


10.3 


177 


9.8 


11.3 


13.3 


11.1 


8.5 


7.2 


7.7 


10.8 


140 


A 


10.5 


18.3 


9.0 


11.5 


13.2 


11.7 


8.5 


8.2 


7.2 


11.0 


13.7 


S 


10.9 


21.2 


11.4 


12.5 


14.4 


12.2 


8.7 


8.3 


7.8 


11.2 


14.1 


O 


10.5 


19.7 


11.6 


13.4 


14.0 


12.0 


8.1 


8.1 


7.1 


10.5 


14.0 


N 


10.9 


20.9 


13.1 


13.6 


15.2 


12.6 


8.5 


8.2 


8.3 


10.5 


14.4 


D 


107 


21.5 


13.8 


13.5 


14.5 


11.9 


8.3 


9.1 


8.5 


10.1 


14.7 


1985 J 


122 


26.2 


16.5 


15.3 


16.7 


13.0 


9.9 


9.5 


9.7 


11.9 


16.4 


F 


11.9 


23.4 


15.7 


15.2 


17.0 


12.7 


9.4 


94 


9.3 


12.3 


16.0 


M 


12.5 


24.6 


17.6 


17.3 


19.9 


14.0 


9.8 


10.1 


96 


12.0 


15.3 


A 


11.5 


25.8 


15.1 


16.1 


17.2 


12.6 


8.8 


9.0 


8.7 


11.7 


15.4 


M 


10.4 


24.1 


12.7 


13.5 


15.5 


12.0 


7.7 


7.8 


7.9 


10.6 


13.8 


J 


10.0 


21.4 


9.2 


12.4 


14.3 


11.7 


7.4 


7.8 


7.0 


9.2 


14.2 


J 


9.7 


18.4 


10.0 


13.4 


14.1 


10.6 


76 


7.7 


7.4 


9.1 


13.4 


A 


9.6 


17.6 


10.5 


12.7 


13.6 


10.6 


7.5 


8.3 


7.5 


9.2 


12.8 


S 


9.3 


17.1 


9.4 


12.2 


12.1 


11.0 


7.4 


7.0 


6.8 


8.6 


12.2 


O 


9.5 


17.7 


11.8 


12.2 


13.4 


11.2 


7.1 


6.5 


6.9 


8.5 


13.3 


N 


9.8 


19.5 


16.3 


13.6 


15.0 


11.5 


6.9 


7.2 


7.8 


92 


14.3 


D 


9.8 


21.0 


15.4 


12.4 


14.8 


11.6 


7.1 


7.6 


8.7 


8.7 


13.8 


1986 J 


10.7 


21.9 


16.3 


14.5 


16.8 


12.3 


8.2 


8.9 


9.1 


9.2 


14.0 


F 


10.7 


21.3 


16.0 


14.7 


16.3 


12.8 


79 


8.9 


8.7 


9.3 


13.8 


M 


10.9 


24.4 


169 


14.9 


17.6 


13.2 


7.7 


9.5 


9.5 


10.2 


13.4 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 2 4 



1984 A 


11.3 


19.2 


14.6 


13.1 


14.5 


13.0 


9.1 


7.9 


78 


110 


15.0 


M 


11.7 


20.5 


13.8 


12.5 


15.1 


13.1 


9.5 


80 


7.8 


11.9 


15.8 


J 


11.1 


18.3 


13.2 


12.6 


15.1 


12.6 


8.7 


8.0 


8.2 


11.8 


15.6 


J 


11.0 


19.9 


12.2 


11.8 


14.4 


12.2 


8.9 


8.0 


8.2 


11.2 


14.6 


A 


11.2 


21.0 


11.6 


13.2 


14.9 


12.7 


9.1 


8.3 


7.9 


11.5 


14.5 


S 


11.7 


23.8 


13.6 


137 


15.9 


12.8 


9.5 


9.0 


8.5 


12.0 


15.2 


O 


11.3 


21.5 


13.5 


14.3 


15.6 


12.7 


89 


8.9 


8.1 


11.7 


15.0 


N 


11.3 


21.1 


12.2 


13.6 


15.5 


12.8 


9.1 


8.5 


8.7 


10.9 


14.5 


D 


10.8 


21.3 


13.2 


13.8 


15.0 


11.9 


8.7 


8.9 


8.1 


10.8 


15.0 


1985 J 


11.2 


23.3 


13.6 


13.9 


15.7 


12.1 


8.7 


8.5 


8.2 


10.8 


14.6 


F 


11.0 


21.2 


13.5 


13.7 


15.4 


11.8 


86 


8.5 


8.2 


11.1 


14.8 


M 


11.1 


21.6 


14.0 


147 


16.8 


12.5 


8.6 


8.8 


8.4 


10.7 


14.2 


A 


10.8 


23.2 


12.3 


14.3 


14.8 


11.9 


8.3 


8.5 


8.1 


10.7 


14.7 


M 


10.4 


22.1 


12.7 


13.7 


15.0 


11.8 


7.8 


8.3 


8.1 


10.4 


13.9 


J 


10.4 


22.5 


11.7 


13.9 


15.3 


11.8 


7.7 


8.5 


7.9 


9.8 


14.8 


J 


10.4 


20.9 


12.5 


14.1 


15.1 


11.7 


8.0 


8.4 


7.9 


9.5 


13.9 


A 


10.3 


20.2 


13.3 


14.5 


15.2 


11.4 


7.9 


8.4 


8.2 


9.6 


13.5 


S 


10.1 


19.6 


11.5 


13.4 


13.8 


11.6 


8.0 


7.6 


7.6 


9.3 


13.0 


O 


10.3 


19.6 


13.7 


13.0 


15.0 


11.9 


7.8 


7.2 


7.9 


9.5 


14.3 


N 


10.2 


20.0 


15.3 


135 


15.2 


11.7 


7.4 


7.6 


8.1 


9.5 


14.5 


D 


100 


20.8 


14.7 


12.8 


15.0 


11.7 


7.4 


7.4 


8.2 


94 


14.1 


1986 J 


9.8 


19.8 


13.5 


131 


15.3 


11.5 


7.3 


8.1 


8.0 


8.5 


12.9 


F 


9.8 


19.2 


13.7 


13.3 


14.9 


11.9 


7.2 


7.9 


7.6 


84 


12.8 


M 


96 


20.9 


13.3 


12.8 


14.9 


11.8 


6.8 


8.1 


82 


90 


12.7 



See footnotes. Table 3 



47 



Section 4 — Tables 6 and 7 

Table 6: Unemployment insurance statistics 



April 1986 





Persons 




Beneficiaries 












Benefits 


data 


















Type of benefits paid 








covered by 
unemploy- 




Regular Benefits 1 - 4 


Initial and 
renewal 


Number 


Average 
















Total 


























weekly 
payment 4 














Year 


insurance 


All'.* 


Unadj 


S.A. 


received 


paid 


paid 3 


Regular 


Sickness 


Maternity 


Retirement 


Fishing 


Month 


Thousands 




Thousands 






Dollars 






Thousand 


dollars 






D 


1248 


730563 


730603 


736531 


730185 


730367 


730465 


730269 


730283 


730297 


73031 1 


730325 


730339 


1984 


1 1 ,037 


1,194 


1.066 




3,492 


61 ,862 


161 58 


9,985.625 


8,825,126 


204,559 


395,918 


19,158 


163,372 


1985 


1 1 ,340 


1.144 


1.021 




3.312 


59,788 


170 89 


10.226,888 


8,975,315 


220,700 


432,531 


22,399 


179,767 


1984 F 


10,717 


1,391 


1,237 


1,057 


253 


6,078 


162.40 


982,477 


869,551 


17,019 


28,990 


1,548 


28,900 


M 


10.809 


1.387 


1.235 


1.078 


248 


5,894 


162 09 


950,226 


838,435 


18.300 


30,497 


1,602 


24,938 


A 


10,797 


1.326 


1.183 


1.061 


227 


5,512 


162.04 


888,913 


788.664 


15,713 


27,856 


1,360 


24,813 


M 


11,130 


1.190 


1.057 


1.058 


249 


5,781 


160.80 


925.992 


819.812 


17,917 


34,799 


1,720 


19,356 


J 


1 1 ,309 


1.072 


962 


1.054 


234 


4,558 


158.56 


719,710 


641,391 


16,389 


32,929 


1,582 


858 


J 


1 1 ,496 


1,089 


991 


1,097 


296 


4,611 


158.30 


729,093 


651 ,469 


17,019 


35,707 


1,490 


1,244 


A 


1 1 ,456 


1,064 


963 


1,065 


241 


4.861 


159.63 


777,722 


695,129 


18,119 


38,842 


1,646 


1.653 


S 


11.147 


984 


878 


1,046 


271 


4,018 


160.35 


645,961 


570,730 


15,610 


33.033 


1,433 


1,433 


O 


1 1 ,089 


1.038 


921 


1,069 


355 


4,829 


161.65 


783,949 


683,891 


18,315 


39,285 


1,833 


1.749 


N 


10,934 


1.151 


1,014 


1.078 


404 


4,596 


163.67 


754,963 


658,185 


17,376 


34,173 


1,779 


6.201 


D 


10,934 


1.266 


1.119 


1.076 


327 


4.767 


167.68 


801 .371 


693,205 


16,191 


30,117 


1,540 


22,747 


1985 J 


1 1 ,000 


1,405 


1.258 


1,077 


393 


6,859 


171.14 


1,173,018 


1 ,038.682 


19,414 


36,107 


2,153 


36,322 


F 


1 1 .090 


1,404 


1.248 


1.064 


238 


5,756 


172.14 


989,070 


870.735 


17,807 


30.244 


1.919 


27,191 


M 


11.157 


1,373 


1.220 


1.056 


232 


5,731 


171.66 


981 ,334 


860,396 


19,144 


31 .989 


2,012 


26,851 


A 


1 1 .207 


1,308 


1.160 


1,036 


245 


6.014 


171.98 


1,031.939 


910,323 


19,129 


34,374 


1,954 


27,824 


M 


1 1 ,430 


1,149 


1,015 


1,021 


220 


5.307 


169.93 


900,767 


786,010 


19,445 


37,301 


2,015 


20,137 


J 


1 1 ,506 


1,031 


921 


1,014 


212 


4.255 


167.59 


714,272 


628.661 


17,098 


34,573 


1,844 


1,093 


J 


1 1 ,700 


1,009 


911 


1,010 


287 


4,675 


167.13 


784,759 


691 ,682 


18,530 


40,945 


1,850 


1.932 


A 


1 1 ,686 


1,005 


908 


1,010 


216 


4,278 


167.97 


721 ,673 


638.254 


17,933 


39,328 


1.907 


1,857 


S 


1 1 ,242 


902 


805 


995 


272 


4,035 


169.26 


685.164 


603.376 


17.555 


38.225 


1.743 


1,809 





11.313 


955 


859 


1.005 


331 


4,355 


170.66 


745.569 


646,290 


19.187 


42,069 


1,926 


2,106 


N 


11.361 


1.048 


920 


982 


353 


4.104 


173.27 


712,420 


620.550 


17,863 


34,892 


1.663 


7,422 


D 


11,384 


1,141 


1.024 


975 


312 


4,419 


177.97 


786,904 


680,355 


17,595 


32.484 


1,414 


25,224 


1986 J 


1 1 ,239 


1,267 


1,141 


955 


379 


6,454 


180 89 


1,166,219 


1 .030.936 


21,717 


40,134 


1.929 


39,665 



'The number of persons covered by unemployment insurance is an estimate comprising armed forces personnel, beneficiaries and paid workers from the Labour Force Survey Claim- 
ants who receive benefits through the Commission's computer pay system during the reference week 'Benefits paid for adoption, training, work sharing and job creation claims are 
included in the total benefits paid 4 Annual figures are 12-month averages. 

Source: Unemployment Insurance Statistics (73-001), Statistics Canada. For further details, see introduction and technical notes in Cat. 73-202S, Annual Supplement to 73- 
001 Monthly. 



Table 7: 


Help 


wanted 


index, 1 by region (1 


981 =1 


00) 










Year 
and 

month 






Canada 


Atlantic 
Region 




Quebec 


Ontario 


Prairie 
Region 


British 
Columbia 


Seasonally adjusted 


D 






736315 


736316 




736317 


736318 


736319 


736320 



1984 
1985 



58 
73 



140 
169 



64 
76 



63 
86 



34 
41 



30 
31 



1984 M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



56 
54 
57 
62 
63 
59 
62 
63 
59 
60 

64 
64 
69 
73 
68 
67 
71 
77 
79 
79 
84 
85 



117 
118 
130 
171 
206 
136 
141 
165 
80 
184 

165 
184 
179 
226 
94 
117 
134 
156 
226 
162 
213 
216 



63 
57 
62 
71 
70 
67 
71 
62 
67 
60 

67 
63 
67 
76 
77 
74 
76 
85 
77 
84 
83 
88 



57 
59 
59 
66 
64 
66 
67 
72 
67 
67 

71 
77 
78 
81 
85 
84 
91 
95 
93 
93 
96 
95 



33 
34 
35 
34 
36 
35 
35 
38 
37 
33 

37 
38 
38 
37 
41 
46 
43 
43 
43 
44 
39 
45 



30 
32 
39 
30 
28 
27 
29 
29 
27 
22 

28 
25 
31 
27 
27 
28 
32 
33 
34 
35 
39 
39 



1986 J 

F 



87 
84 



146 
205 



93 
89 



107 
98 



43 
47 



38 
41 



'The index is based on a measure of the volume of help wanted advertising in 18 newspapers in major metropolitan areas 
Source: Labour Division, Statistics Canada. 



48 



April 1986 

Table 8: Time lost in work stoppages, 1 by industry groups 2 (thousand man-days 3 ) 



Section 4— Table 8 





Total" 


Forestry 


Fishing 

and 

trapping 


Mines, 
quarries, 
oil wells 










Manufacturing 












Year 
and 

month 


Total 


Food 
and bev- 
erages 


Tobacco 
products 


Rubber 


Leather 


Textiles 


Knitting 
mills 


Clothing 


Wood 


Furniture 

and 

fixtures 


Paper 

and 

allied 

industries 


D 


1601 


1602 


1603 


1604 


1605 


1606 


1607 


1608 


1609 


1610 


1611 


1612 


1613 


1614 


1615 


1983 


4,4440 


13.7 


3.0 


178.4 


1 ,385.4 


277.0 


— 


126.9 


1.2 


6.3 


3.6 


658 


65.0 


66.1 


121.2 


1984 


3,871 6 


9.6 


— 


37.2 


2,3560 


438.1 


— 


47.3 


5.3 


38.3 


25 


13.6 


166.7 


30.5 


551.3 


1983 J 


272.0 


0.7 


_ 


30.8 


160.4 


38.9 


_ 


15.4 





0.5 








14.1 


49 


1,9 


A 


3356 


0.7 


30 


33.2 


215.0 


43.1 


— 


15.8 


— 


0.1 


— 


63.2 


137 


2.3 


3.2 


S 


201.7 


4.2 


— 


11.7 


124.8 


24.3 


— 


21.6 


— 


— 


— 


0.3 


9.5 


5.4 


7.5 





212.7 


3.1 


— 


53 


107.7 


19.5 


— 


14.4 


— 


— 


0.3 


— 


4.9 


6.1 


30.6 


N 


703.7 


— 


— 


3.2 


81.1 


20.7 


— 


16.9 


1.2 


— 


0.6 


— 


2.6 


10.3 


7.4 


D 


231.1 


— 


— 


5.9 


60.7 


17.8 


— 


13.8 


— 


— 


0.6 


— 


3.8 


6.9 


3.4 


1984 J 


196.2 


1.3 


_ 


6.2 


58.4 


18.0 


_ 


14.2 








0.5 





4.2 


2.5 


1.1 


F 


265.7 


1.7 


— 


6.4 


217.4 


9.1 


— 


2.9 


— 


— 


0.5 


— 


17.8 


2.6 


161.9 


M 


300 1 


2.0 


— 


5.3 


266.1 


5.1 


— 


2.7 


— 


1.8 


0.5 


0.2 


34.6 


0.4 


172.8 


A 


228.2 


1.4 


— 


— 


157.5 


96 


— 


2.6 


— 


1.8 


0.5 


2.5 


28.1 


— 


48.2 


M 


234.5 


20 


— 


— 


149.2 


13.3 


— 


2.4 


— 


9.9 


0.5 


1.2 


25.9 


5.0 


52 


J 


288.7 


0.2 


— 


50 


156.9 


28.1 


— 


10.3 


05 


12.7 


— 


22 


11.7 


2.0 


10.3 


J 


318.4 


— 


— 


— 


168.8 


67.1 


— 


2.4 


3.5 


10.4 


— 


0.3 


56 


5.1 


148 


A 


439.4 


0.3 


— 


— 


273.8 


144.5 


— 


2.4 


1.3 


1.4 


— 


0.6 


3.0 


6.6 


33.1 


S 


348.2 


02 


— 


— 


184.0 


57.7 


— 


2.2 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5.8 


4.6 


30.5 





756.0 


— 


— 


2.4 


495.3 


32.0 


— 


3.0 


— 


— 


— 


— 


12.3 


1.5 


32.0 


N 


308.8 


02 


— 


7.5 


135.2 


28.0 


— 


2.2 


— 


— 


— 


1.7 


10.9 


0.2 


30.7 


D 


187.4 


0.3 


— 


4.4 


93.4 


25.6 


— 


— 


— 


0.3 


— 


4.9 


6.8 


— 


10.7 


1985 J 


204.9 


0.1 


_ 


4.4 


116.6 


29.4 


_ 


16.6 











1.7 


06 


_ 


93 


F 


221.7 


— 


— 


3.9 


132.6 


12.6 


— 


25.1 


0.4 


— 


0.1 


— 


7.6 


1.5 


86 


M 


317.3 


0.2 


— 


4.3 


168.0 


42.2 


— 


19.8 


0.9 


4.8 


02 


— 


5.9 


2.6 


16.4 


A 


250.3 


— 


— 


16.2 


132.7 


19.8 


— 


5.5 


— 


1.4 


02 


— 


5.8 


5.0 


17.4 


M 


460.7 


— 


— 


5.8 


182.0 


42.1 


— 


1.2 


3.6 


31.8 


0.2 


0.6 


6.3 


18 


15.1 


J 


288.6 


1.7 


— 


15.4 


168 1 


48.1 


— 


0.9 


— 


30.1 


0.1 


— 


9.8 


1.8 


8.8 












Manufacturing 










Con- 
struction 


Transpor- 
tation 6 


Trade 


Commu- 
nity, 

business 
and 

personal 


Year 


Printing 5 


Primary 
metals 


Metal 
fabri- 
cating 


Ma- 
chinery 


Trans- 
portation 
equip- 
ment 


Elec- 
trical 
products 


Non- 
metallic 
mineral 
products 


Petro- 
leum 
and coal 
products 


Chemical 
indus- 
tries 


Misc 
manufac- 
turing 
indus- 
tries 


and 

month 


Whole- 
sale 


Retail 


service 
industries 


D 


1616 


1617 


1618 


1619 


1620 


1621 


1622 


1623 


1624 


1625 


1626 


1627 


1628 


1629 


1630 


1983 


31.0 


88.0 


53.8 


56.9 


231.3 


92.9 


30.6 


— 


48.9 


18.9 


243.6 


275.0 


249 


227.0 


2,093.0 


1984 


64.1 


42.0 


63.6 


109.9 


537.8 


78.8 


119.4 


1.8 


24.3 


20.7 


212.7 


550.1 


24.4 


163.6 


518.0 


1983 J 


1.8 


9.9 


3.3 


2.4 


44.8 


13.2 


2.2 





4.9 


22 


45.7 


7.1 


02 


12.4 


14.7 


A 


2.3 


12.6 


3.6 


2.5 


36.6 


5.0 


3.7 


— 


5.3 


2.0 


46.0 


6.8 


0.1 


12.3 


18.5 


S 


2.3 


8.2 


3.1 


5.7 


18.4 


5.5 


2.7 


— 


7.3 


3.0 


27.9 


8.2 


0.2 


7.2 


17.5 


O 


7.5 


4.9 


2.2 


3.3 


5.6 


3.4 


0.1 


— 


4.9 


— 


24.0 


7.4 


0.1 


26.7 


38.4 


N 


2.8 


3.3 


3.0 


2.3 


3.0 


4.2 


0.5 


— 


2.3 


— 


16.3 


42.7 


0.2 


97.3 


462.9 


D 


2.1 


2.7 


2.2 


3.3 


0.3 


3.8 


— 


— 


— 


— 


0.6 


133.2 


— 


130 


17.7 


1984 J 


1.4 


1.0 


2.3 


6.9 


1.5 


4.1 


0.4 


_ 


_ 


0.3 


_ 


107.2 


0.5 


7.3 


153 


F 


1.3 


1.2 


1.2 


9.4 


5.9 


2.5 


— 


— 


1.0 


0.1 


— 


19.5 


0.7 


8.2 


11.8 


M 


3.3 


2.5 


3.0 


17.3 


16.9 


2.7 


0.2 


— 


1.4 


0.7 


— 


2.7 


1.9 


7.5 


14.6 


A 


24.0 


1.2 


3.2 


12.0 


16.4 


5.1 


0.8 


— 


1.3 


0.2 


— 


4.5 


0.7 


5.8 


58.3 


M 


23.9 


5.6 


7.9 


8.8 


20.3 


12.7 


5.4 


— 


0.8 


0.4 


35.1 


7.6 


1.4 


10.6 


28.6 


J 


1.7 


3.9 


6.1 


7.7 


8.2 


19.5 


28.0 


0.9 


23 


0.8 


60.9 


30.3 


2.9 


10.6 


21.9 


J 


1.7 


3.9 


2.0 


9.7 


6.9 


81 


23.5 


0.8 


2.4 


0.6 


32.3 


74.7 


3.1 


12.8 


26.7 


A 


30 


28 


3.4 


12.9 


26.7 


6.5 


23.2 


— 


2.4 


— 


32.2 


82.0 


35 


15.1 


32.5 


S 


1.5 


12.7 


10.8 


8.9 


19.8 


9.3 


18.5 


— 


1.7 


— 


31.1 


87.0 


2.9 


16.1 


26.9 





1.2 


49 


16.9 


8.3 


352.9 


5.9 


11.8 


01 


4.4 


8.1 


13.5 


66.7 


2.3 


18.6 


157.2 


N 


0.8 


1.5 


3.0 


3.8 


39.6 


1.1 


49 


— 


4.5 


2.3 


7.5 


45.2 


2.6 


12.4 


982 


D 


0.3 


0.8 


3.8 


4.2 


22.7 


1.3 


2.7 


— 


2.1 


7.2 


0.1 


22.7 


1.9 


38.6 


26.0 


1985 J 





0.8 


6.3 


2.1 


30.0 


0.2 


2.9 





0.6 


16.1 


_ 


23.4 


28 


373 


20.3 


F 


0.8 


1.7 


4.5 


2.0 


49.8 


3.2 


3.6 


— 


5.8 


53 


— 


3.9 


2.5 


42.8 


36.0 


M 


0.8 


7.5 


4.8 


1.7 


37.3 


2.3 


7.4 


— 


11.5 


1.9 


0.3 


5.7 


2.6 


89.3 


46.9 


A 


1.0 


10.0 


3.4 


3.3 


23.4 


17.1 


6.3 


— 


12.5 


0.6 


— 


9.1 


4.9 


35.6 


51.8 


M 


0.8 


22.0 


9.1 


4.9 


22.4 


11.5 


4.9 


— 


3.6 


0.1 


0.8 


175.5 


16.6 


23.7 


56.3 


J 


0.8 


8.6 


8.6 


4.3 


21.5 


15.4 


7.9 


— 


1.1 


0.3 


5.7 


11.2 


10.3 


9.8 


66.4 



'Statistics on work stoppages include all strikes and lockouts whether legal or illegal, which last for one-half day or more and amount to 10 or more person-days of time lost Time tost 
by workers indirectly affected, such as those laid off because of a work stoppage by other employees, is not included Data is published 45 days after the end of reference month. 
'The industry groups from January 1976 forward, are based on the 1970 Standard Industrial Classification 3 The number of person-days is calculated by multiplying the number of 
workers involved in a work-stoppage by the number of normal working days during the stoppage. Adjustments are made for establishments on shift work, etc 'The total includes all 
work stoppages The agriculture, finance, insurance and real estate and public administration and defence industries are not shown separately. Should strikes occur in these industries, 
the time lost also will be shown in the total. 'Includes publishing and allied industries. 'Includes storage and communication industries. 
Source: Research Bulletin, Labour Canada. 



49 



Section 4— Table 9 April 1986 

Table 9: Total number of employees, by industry group, all survey units, Canada, based on the 1970 standard industrial classification 













Manufacturing 






Construction 










Indus- 




Mines 














Goods 


Service 


Annual 














pro- 


average 


trial 




quarries 




Non- 










pro- 


ducing 


and 


aggre- 




and oil 




durable 


Durable 




Buil- 


Engi- 


ducing 


indus- 


month 


gate 


Forestry 


wells 


Total 


goods 


goods 


Total 


ding 


neering 


industries 


tries 


L 


1 


3 


6 


27 


89 


28 


159 


160 


163 


2 


166 


1984 


8,653,604 


56,966 


148.561 


1,669,716 


893.835 


775,881 


342,530 


280,444 


62,087 


2,217.773 


6,435,831 


1985 


8,995.204 


54,962 


156,606 


1 ,703,922 


899.936 


803,986 


384,315 


321 ,039 


63,276 


2,299,805 


6,695,399 


1984 F 


8,276.234 


50,066 


144,664 


1 ,603,371 


859,357 


744,014 


272,834 


228,138 


44,697 


2,070,935 


6.205,299 


M 


8.292,399 


44.712 


141,771 


1 ,601 ,408 


849,373 


752,035 


272,366 


226,665 


45,702 


2,060,257 


6,232,142 


A 


8,487,609 


43.875 


142,124 


1 ,646,085 


878.660 


767,424 


300,241 


249,31 1 


50,930 


2,132,324 


6,355,284 


M 


8,671 ,440 


52,758 


146,295 


1,683,312 


900.315 


782,997 


343,783 


280,327 


63,457 


2,226,149 


6,445,291 


J 


8,807.197 


64,202 


153,196 


1,713,895 


921 ,995 


791 ,901 


369,488 


300,743 


68,745 


2,300,781 


6,506,416 


J 


8,761 ,033 


68,245 


154.072 


1 ,708,41 1 


919,805 


788,605 


380,204 


306,012 


74,192 


2,310,931 


6,450,102 


A 


8,784,689 


69,010 


155,176 


1,714,632 


925,265 


789,367 


393,549 


316,308 


77,241 


2,332,366 


6,452,322 


S 


8.885,586 


68.359 


149,507 


1 ,705,909 


917,290 


788,619 


400,461 


321,341 


79,120 


2,324,236 


6,561,351 





8,910,622 


63.068 


149,792 


1 ,698,565 


912,725 


785.839 


396.016 


318,811 


77,205 


2,307,441 


6,603,181 


N 


8,879,479 


57,383 


149,620 


1 ,669,963 


888,392 


781 ,570 


367,308 


303,576 


63,732 


2,244,274 


6,635,206 


D 


8,738.130 


49,627 


149,259 


1 ,625.286 


864,193 


761,094 


339,635 


284,003 


55,631 


2,163,807 


6,574,323 


1985 J 


8,697.832 


51.227 


148,795 


1 ,629,821 


864,527 


765,294 


295.545 


248,361 


47,183 


2,125.387 


6,572,444 


F 


8.740,657 


50,768 


149,710 


1,654,046 


878,583 


775,463 


293.699 


246,828 


46,871 


2,148.224 


6,592,433 


M 


8,824,141 


44,182 


150,016 


1,655,032 


874,653 


780,379 


320.685 


271 ,744 


48,940 


2,169,915 


6,654,225 


A 


8,889.262 


38,533 


146,589 


1.677,057 


888,826 


788,231 


351.702 


299,019 


52,683 


2,213,881 


6,675,382 


M 


9.062,148 


51 ,423 


155,882 


1,713,650 


909,685 


803,965 


394.408 


328,390 


66,019 


2,315,364 


6,746,784 


J 


9,189,202 


64,681 


160,655 


1,752,921 


929,830 


823,091 


422.088 


348,809 


73,280 


2,400,345 


6,788.856 


J 


9,089,629 


63.938 


165,217 


1 ,751 ,926 


932,812 


819,114 


438,636 


360,997 


77.638 


2,419,716 


6,669,913 


A 


9,094.728 


65.911 


165,306 


1 ,752,388 


937,571 


814,817 


446,865 


368,443 


78.422 


2,430,469 


6,664,258 


S 


9,183.808 


68.259 


164,332 


1 ,739,642 


918,766 


820,876 


443,782 


365,355 


78.427 


2,416,015 


6,767,793 





9,168,396 


60.779 


162,382 


1,715.950 


896,169 


819,781 


440,091 


365,848 


74.243 


2,379,202 


6,789,194 


N 


9,116,321 


54,878 


159.636 


1,721,180 


896,002 


825,178 


410,582 


345,673 


64.908 


2.346,277 


6,770,044 


D 


8,886,326 


44,960 


150,753 


1,683,448 


871,811 


811,637 


353,699 


303,002 


50,696 


2,232,860 


6,653,465 


1986 J 


8,876,830 


46,442 


153,742 


1 ,680,508 


868,849 


81 1 ,659 


338,987 


292,389 


46,598 


2,219,679 


6,657,152 




Transportation, communication and other utilities 






























Trade 




Finance 


Commu- 
nity, 


















Annual 










Electric 








insurance 


business 




average 










power. 








and 


and 


Public 


and 




Transpor- 




Communi- 


gas and 




Whole 




real 


personal 


adminis- 


month 


Total 


tation 


Storage 


cation 


water 


Total 


sale 


Retail 


estate 


service 


tration 


L 


167 


168 


183 


186 


191 


196 


197 


216 


238 


251 


307 


1984 


796,533 


447.720 


14,089 


218,989 


115,735 


1,554,534 


472.894 


1,081,640 


46,230 


2,890,884 


657,946 


1985 


804,541 


452,452 


13,760 


221,173 


117,157 


1,621,273 


491 ,072 


1,130,202 


41,872 


3,051 ,020 


661,994 


1984 F 


768,887 


423,386 


13,223 


218,117 


114,161 


1,431,319 


438,084 


993,235 


47,200 


2,837,515 


645,054 


M 


767,618 


423,694 


13,287 


217,058 


113,579 


1 .443,479 


440,168 


1 ,003,31 1 


43,013 


2,855,263 


646,604 


A 


781 ,962 


436,027 


14,233 


217,823 


113,879 


1,498,313 


449,373 


1 .048.940 


43,191 


2,903,274 


646,405 


M 


794,044 


444.396 


14,690 


218.524 


116,434 


1 .534,752 


463,067 


1 ,071 ,685 


45.603 


2,930,587 


652.919 


J 


809,367 


455.479 


14,926 


221 ,055 


117.906 


1.584,144 


482,002 


1,102,142 


47.282 


2,906,225 


661 .722 


J 


809,666 


454,894 


15,086 


220.696 


118,990 


1 ,593,629 


483,738 


1,109,891 


48,922 


2,804,025 


694,343 


A 


811,367 


457,394 


14,183 


220,948 


118,842 


1 ,598,449 


491 ,275 


1,107,173 


47,304 


2,807,678 


689,125 


S 


821 ,601 


471,443 


13,821 


219,004 


117,332 


1 ,605,479 


490,114 


1,115,365 


47,752 


2,923,610 


667,203 


O 


819,536 


467,766 


13,839 


220,124 


117,807 


1,611,328 


499,013 


1,112,315 


46,871 


2,974,071 


655,686 


N 


812,607 


462,636 


14,494 


218,543 


116,934 


1,626.317 


499,380 


1,126.937 


44,105 


3,002.512 


652,230 


D 


797,602 


450,377 


14,008 


217,985 


115,233 


1 .657.877 


498,576 


1,159.301 


44,845 


2.928,761 


647,459 


1985 J 


791,084 


442,511 


13,439 


220,913 


114,221 


1.616,768 


493,250 


1,123,518 


38,036 


2,984,742 


645,566 


F 


787.344 


439,080 


13,046 


220,819 


114,399 


1 .601 .484 


489,272 


1,112,212 


38,643 


3,017,970 


645.999 


M 


787,399 


436,593 


13.491 


222,690 


114.625 


1,615,253 


493,767 


1.121,486 


38,407 


3,053.143 


651 .836 


A 


790,277 


441,218 


13.953 


219,634 


115.473 


1 ,621 ,465 


497,571 


1,123,894 


39,892 


3.057.826 


651,094 


M 


805,389 


451,159 


14,532 


221 ,791 


117,906 


1 ,635,430 


506,225 


1,129,205 


43,170 


3.084,398 


658,119 


J 


822,695 


465,816 


14,676 


221 ,290 


120,913 


1 ,632,978 


500,993 


1,131,985 


43,322 


3,083,478 


683,135 


J 


813,337 


454,967 


14.236 


221,731 


122,403 


1,616,655 


496,404 


1,120,251 


43,602 


2,987,111 


687,525 


A 


816,065 


458,495 


13.408 


222,263 


121,899 


1,625,441 


497,948 


1,127,493 


43,763 


2,966,762 


688,518 


S 


824,135 


470.513 


13.838 


222,393 


117,390 


1,619,280 


494,643 


1,124,637 


43.427 


3,088,984 


672,379 





817.444 


466,815 


14,381 


219,913 


116,335 


1 ,621 ,639 


485,052 


1,136,587 


43.865 


3.130,521 


657,774 


N 


806,484 


457,595 


13,361 


219,586 


1 1 5,942 


1 ,630,751 


470,602 


1,160,149 


42,815 


3,120,218 


652,774 


D 


792,839 


444,658 


12,753 


221 .052 


114,375 


1,618,137 


467,133 


1,151,005 


43,523 


3,037,093 


649,203 


1986 J 


791 ,475 


443,373 


1 1 ,807 


221.913 


114,382 


1 ,607,937 


467,403 


1,140,533 


41,706 


3,051 .696 


649,203 


For source 


see Table 16. 























50 



April 1986 



Section 4— Table 10 



Table 10: Total number of employees, by manufacturing industry, Canada, all survey units, based on the 1970 standard industrial 
classification 











Non-Durable 


Manufacturing 








Annual 


















average 




Rubber 








Paper 


Petroleum 


Chemicals 


and 


Food and 


and plastic 


Leather 


Textile 




and allied 


and coal 


and chemical 


month 


beverages 


products 


products 


products 


Clothing 


industries 


products 


products 


L 


90 


103 


106 


111 


124 


131 


141 


144 


1984 


220,977 


63,622 


23,912 


61 ,560 


83,025 


119,598 


22,376 


87,591 


1985 


227,076 


64,102 


22,714 


61,197 


85,364 


118,119 


22,246 


91 ,477 


1984 F 


202,682 


61,115 


26.197 


59.192 


77.814 


107,980 


22,124 


85,525 


M 


205,739 


62,255 


24,637 


59,482 


77,739 


109,456 


22.488 


86,757 


A 


217,279 


62,556 


24,340 


60.445 


82,156 


120,594 


22.190 


86,556 


M 


227,970 


63,483 


24,365 


60.386 


79,432 


123,910 


23,081 


88,679 


J 


237,738 


64,223 


24,888 


61 ,502 


82,419 


126,506 


23.248 


89,479 


J 


236.682 


64,893 


24.555 


60,350 


83.651 


126.293 


23.205 


89.400 


A 


236,867 


67,610 


23.807 


62,148 


88,143 


123.848 


22.871 


89.280 


S 


234,470 


65,127 


23,290 


62.541 


86,541 


122.409 


22.373 


87.479 





224,328 


65,387 


22.644 


65.031 


89,288 


120.323 


21.911 


86.977 


N 


218,397 


62,793 


21,762 


64,031 


79,697 


119.229 


21.647 


87.911 


D 


206,847 


60.884 


20.165 


62.570 


78,665 


118.305 


21.225 


86.657 


1985 J 


207,272 


59,132 


20,870 


61.585 


80,166 


116.046 


20.691 


87,723 


F 


208.884 


60,744 


24,042 


62.697 


82,592 


116.375 


21.741 


89,576 


M 


210,334 


62,490 


24,061 


60.878 


79,375 


115.473 


21.738 


90.537 


A 


220,809 


64,100 


23,885 


61.136 


79.31 1 


115.862 


21.688 


91.399 


M 


233,112 


64,355 


24,481 


60,745 


85,506 


116,518 


22.856 


93,087 


J 


244,825 


65,124 


24,466 


61,973 


88,747 


120,575 


22.972 


94,197 


J 


246,978 


65,060 


23,950 


60.954 


89,960 


120,360 


23.445 


94,269 


A 


248,859 


65,067 


24,014 


62,382 


91,177 


120,312 


23,294 


92,692 


S 


240,770 


65.713 


22,885 


62,245 


89,447 


118,480 


22,551 


91,882 





226,437 


67,706 


21,739 


60,489 


84,983 


118,456 


22,217 


91,411 


N 


223,569 


66,133 


19,721 


60,443 


89,898 


118,691 


22,068 


90,583 


D 


213,057 


63,604 


18,452 


58,833 


83,206 


120,282 


21,688 


90,367 



1986 J 



209,832 



64,232 



18.806 



60.045 



82.118 



119,564 



21,890 



90,996 











Durable Manufacturing 








Annual 


















average 




Furniture 


Primary 


Metal 


Machinery 


Transpor- 




Non-metallic 


and 




and 


metal 


fabricating 


except 


tation 


Electrical 


mineral 


month 


Wood 


fixtures 


industries 


industries 


electrical 


equipment 


products 


products 


L 


29 


36 


41 


49 


59 


64 


72 


81 


1984 


90,279 


44,477 


107,512 


132,921 


77,195 


170.751 


106.995 


45.752 


1985 


94,365 


49,272 


103,495 


139,423 


80.732 


181.431 


109.270 


45.998 


1984 F 


81,663 


43,578 


104,745 


131,527 


74.558 


162.689 


105.726 


39.528 


M 


86.131 


41,256 


105.424 


131.995 


74.347 


166.744 


104.058 


42.079 


A 


91.013 


43,206 


108.359 


127,739 


76.777 


170.143 


104.336 


45.852 


M 


93,763 


44,296 


109.535 


130,963 


76.725 


172,626 


107,292 


47,796 


J 


95.863 


44,137 


1 1 1 .024 


133,616 


77,728 


174,784 


105,489 


49,259 


J 


93,363 


42,798 


110.989 


136,735 


74.435 


174,709 


106.199 


49,378 


A 


93,505 


44,298 


109,655 


135,371 


74.693 


173,137 


108.815 


49,893 


S 


92.719 


44,237 


107,393 


132,559 


78,254 


175,282 


109.200 


48,975 


O 


91.140 


45.572 


107,139 


133,135 


77,604 


172,616 


110.097 


48,536 


N 


87,845 


48,389 


105,144 


135,163 


76.912 


171,204 


110.330 


46,584 


D 


83,108 


47,615 


104,793 


129,214 


76,639 


168,695 


108,808 


42,223 


1985 J 


82,457 


46,469 


104,205 


130,449 


79,055 


171,610 


110,573 


40.476 


F 


86,028 


47,320 


102,478 


130,725 


82,164 


176,815 


109,812 


40.121 


M 


87,373 


46,034 


102,770 


131,519 


81.371 


179,741 


110,196 


41.377 


A 


89,470 


46,226 


102,853 


134,607 


80,327 


181,204 


108,568 


44,976 


M 


95,820 


46,480 


104,644 


136,400 


81.291 


182,116 


108.694 


48,519 


J 


101.916 


47,822 


106.180 


138,981 


82,434 


185,398 


109,580 


50,780 


J 


100,460 


47,672 


105,132 


139,328 


82,097 


185.240 


108,844 


50,341 


A 


99,401 


46.133 


105,090 


143,232 


79,551 


183,371 


108.543 


49,497 


S 


99,163 


51.618 


103,599 


145.140 


81 ,768 


180,840 


109,888 


48,859 


O 


98,661 


51.049 


101,849 


146,253 


81,124 


184.103 


108,459 


48.283 


N 


98.283 


57,123 


101,675 


149,721 


79,108 


183,797 


109,904 


45,568 


D 


93.344 


57,322 


101,469 


146,722 


78,489 


182.932 


108,177 


43.182 



1986 J 



98.152 



57,458 



101.058 



145,977 



77.689 



182,562 



106,470 



42,293 



For source see Table 16. 



51 



Section 4— Table 11 



April 1986 



Table 11: Average weekly earnings (including overtime), all employees, all survey units, by industry group, Canada, based on the 1970 
standard industrial classification 





Indus- 








Manufacturing 






Construction 




Goods 




Annual 


Mines, 














pro- 


average 

and 

month 


trial 

aggregate 

gate 


Fores- 
try 


quarries 

and oil 

wells 


Total 


Non- 
durable 
goods 


Durable 
goods 


Total 


Buil- 
ding 


Engi- 
neering 


pro- 
ducing 
industries 


ducing 
indus- 
tries 


L 


1241 


1243 


1246 


1267 


1329 


1268 


1399 


1400 


1403 


1242 


1406 


1984 


405.13 


542 18 


664.57 


465.64 


434.74 


501 .24 


490.95 


475.23 


562.16 


484.78 


377.70 


1985 


419.20 


546.02 


697.98 


488.14 


457.09 


522.90 


504.34 


485.50 


600.35 


506.51 


389.24 


1984 F 


400.02 


559.73 


665.58 


461.19 


431.07 


495.98 


496.50 


485.90 


550.61 


482.50 


372.50 


M 


401 06 


552.39 


660.21 


464.72 


431.86 


501 .83 


491 .29 


474.51 


574.46 


483.59 


373.77 


A 


400.92 


567.63 


655.99 


463.07 


432.40 


498.17 


477.14 


463.98 


541.54 


480.06 


374.36 


M 


403.56 


545.54 


660.50 


464.26 


433.54 


499.59 


474.50 


463.21 


524.38 


480.67 


376.93 


J 


408.10 


539.88 


658.76 


465.92 


432.74 


504.54 


484.71 


467.66 


559.28 


483.84 


381.31 


J 


404.99 


502.30 


649.81 


463.37 


431.93 


500.03 


485.56 


466.62 


563.71 


480.60 


377.90 


A 


405.49 


516.08 


655.85 


463.45 


430.43 


502.16 


491 .28 


470.72 


575.51 


482.50 


377.66 


s 


408.99 


540.64 


674.36 


470.94 


437.28 


510.10 


505.94 


485.94 


587.18 


492.11 


379.55 





408.25 


544.14 


677.73 


466.22 


437.36 


499.74 


502.72 


484.54 


577.80 


488.34 


380.26 


N 


410.80 


550.86 


683.80 


478.13 


445.64 


515.06 


497.29 


480.09 


579.21 


496.84 


381 .70 


D 


407.99 


513.01 


670.75 


465.92 


441.37 


493.80 


489.87 


476.44 


558.40 


484.89 


382.69 


1985 J 


411.53 


557.92 


699.86 


481 .22 


452.51 


513.66 


495.44 


476.85 


593.31 


500.35 


382.80 


F 


412.67 


561 .30 


702.33 


482.93 


452.44 


517.49 


497.53 


478.80 


596.16 


502.07 


383.54 


M 


413.99 


563.25 


696.33 


487.40 


456.28 


522.28 


499.32 


481.95 


595.79 


505.15 


384.26 


A 


416.15 


575.80 


698.05 


486.85 


453.55 


524.39 


510.92 


495.70 


597.28 


506.20 


386.28 


M 


417.21 


532.95 


692.12 


486.19 


453.76 


522.89 


496.06 


477.62 


587.78 


502.78 


387.84 


J 


419.81 


523.04 


686.66 


484.54 


454.78 


518.15 


500.55 


480.64 


595.35 


501 .92 


390.77 


J 


420.00 


487.39 


690.47 


483.76 


454.49 


517.09 


504.52 


482.15 


608.55 


501.73 


390.35 


A 


420.08 


510.95 


681.52 


484.63 


453.34 


520.63 


505.46 


483.76 


607.43 


502.56 


390.00 


S 


424.31 


553.53 


696.89 


492.10 


458.48 


529.72 


520.69 


500.13 


616.47 


513.02 


392.64 





425.04 


574.00 


715.22 


497.39 


465.36 


532.42 


516.37 


495.04 


621 .48 


517.73 


392.55 


N 


425.33 


570.23 


716.50 


500.16 


468.58 


534.45 


508.89 


491 .46 


601 .74 


518.05 


393.20 


D 


424.32 


541.85 


699.79 


490.49 


461 .49 


521.64 


496.36 


481.88 


582.91 


506.58 


396.71 



1986 J 



427.59 



580.58 



720 38 



502 03 



471 .38 



534.85 



513.30 



498.60 



605 53 



520.52 



39661 





Transportation, Communication and Other Utilities 






























Trade 




Finance. 


Commu- 
nity. 


















Annual 










Electric 








insurance 


business 




average 










power. 








and 


and 


Public 


and 




Transpor- 




Communi- 


gas and 




Whole- 




real 


personal 


adminis- 


month 


Total 


tation 


Storage 


cation 


water 


Total 


sale 


Retail 


estate 


service 


tration 


L 


1407 


1408 


1423 


1426 


1431 


1436 


1437 


1456 


1478 


1491 


1547 


1984 


521.31 


484.43 


578.49 


544.87 


622.55 


293.49 


399.50 


247.15 


417.69 


345.21 


512.93 


1985 


539.72 


500.21 


592.44 


561 .57 


654.91 


304.27 


417.18 


255.24 


432.42 


357.03 


526.75 


1984 F 


517.20 


480.02 


563.54 


538.99 


616.99 


287.38 


394.17 


240.28 


406.11 


339.66 


506.08 


M 


515.67 


479.16 


556.58 


536.16 


616.40 


290.36 


396.62 


243.74 


407.17 


341.30 


508.12 


A 


519.03 


479.75 


544.95 


537.68 


638.21 


291 .74 


398.84 


245.86 


410.36 


341 29 


510.17 


M 


520.47 


484.07 


589.88 


542.43 


619.62 


295.21 


400.68 


249.64 


419.08 


343.66 


509.40 


J 


520.03 


485.56 


588.00 


541.96 


613.77 


295.46 


394.71 


252.06 


425.79 


349.98 


518.17 


J 


526.49 


493.25 


625.10 


548.89 


612.86 


294.28 


394.04 


250.80 


421 .97 


343.34 


501 .26 


A 


523.63 


494.00 


571.94 


538.54 


613.50 


295.45 


397.26 


250.27 


426.18 


341.06 


507.18 


S 


524.03 


484.31 


582.74 


552.88 


632.53 


294.44 


406.03 


245.40 


417.61 


347.32 


516.66 


O 


521.53 


480.34 


580.08 


552.65 


629.00 


297.05 


407.32 


247.59 


422.31 


347.89 


520.21 


N 


524.65 


484.37 


589.14 


550.80 


638.55 


297.37 


410.28 


247.33 


423.19 


350.37 


523.67 


D 


523.85 


487.10 


587.77 


546.82 


628.34 


296.32 


403.14 


250.38 


425.30 


353.98 


524.05 


1985 J 


534.90 


492.13 


595.44 


563.73 


648.83 


296.75 


410.76 


246.70 


422.13 


351.65 


523.41 


F 


535.12 


497.04 


577.37 


554.03 


649.03 


296.01 


410.06 


245.85 


420.07 


351 98 


532.71 


M 


536.76 


499.90 


565.01 


549.63 


657.97 


299.66 


411.91 


250.24 


422.10 


352.04 


528.89 


A 


536.46 


494.41 


575.72 


561 .45 


653.97 


302.23 


415.23 


252.21 


423.26 


354.69 


530.19 


M 


536.20 


495.20 


579.51 


559.83 


653.38 


305.23 


412.86 


256.97 


426.98 


355.85 


528.02 


J 


535.69 


497.95 


583.00 


560.56 


640.31 


306.63 


418.39 


257.17 


429.13 


361.34 


518.41 


J 


542.86 


509.08 


577.34 


562.31 


637.70 


306.16 


414.60 


258.11 


439.38 


356.65 


513.96 


A 


542.88 


51 1 .38 


598.60 


558.31 


637.13 


306.30 


415.10 


258.25 


446.00 


353.80 


516.27 


S 


538.38 


495.17 


594.66 


564.40 


666.17 


306.75 


418.18 


257.74 


439.59 


360.75 


528.09 


O 


543.71 


501 .29 


605.25 


567.53 


672.97 


306.68 


421.12 


257.84 


439.72 


360.48 


528.74 


N 


546.43 


501.88 


625.46 


571 .85 


673.81 


307.05 


428.23 


257.90 


437.42 


360.96 


535.26 


D 


547.21 


507.06 


631.92 


565.18 


667.69 


311.75 


429.76 


263.85 


443.24 


364.17 


537.05 



1986 J 



551.30 



510 40 



641.40 



570.87 



670.86 



308.95 



432.82 



258.18 



444 38 



364 10 



53695 



For source see Table 16. 



52 



April 1986 



Section 4— Table 12 



Table 12: Average weekly earnings (including overtime), all employees, all survey units, Canada, by manufacturing industry, 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification 











Non-Durable 


Manufacturing 








Annual 




Rubber 








Paper 


Petroleum 


Chemicals 


average 


Food 


and 








and 


and 


and 


and 


and 


plastic 


Leather 


Textile 




allied 


coal 


chemical 


month 


beverages 


products 


products 


products 


Clothing 


industries 


products 


products 


L 


1330 


1343 


1346 


1351 


1364 


1371 


1381 


1384 


1984 


417.13 


415.59 


276.52 


384.61 


264.83 


573.97 


726.06 


532.16 


1985 


430.63 


444.86 


292.31 


405.48 


278.66 


606.69 


744.93 


559.86 


1984 F 


417.65 


418.06 


275.96 


386.48 


268.85 


562.74 


709.08 


529.60 


M 


418.61 


408.37 


276.35 


385.43 


267.00 


563.21 


726.33 


528.09 


A 


417.02 


414.43 


272.87 


378.73 


261 .02 


568.09 


743.74 


527.89 


M 


414.47 


415.69 


281.61 


387.76 


261 .32 


571.43 


728.30 


525.54 


J 


41 1 .89 


41 1 .36 


277.84 


383.68 


263.84 


573.70 


721.76 


529.99 


J 


412.70 


407.28 


275.05 


377.50 


263.90 


570.24 


714.50 


528.40 


A 


409.26 


408.69 


280.45 


389.82 


262.47 


570.42 


718.27 


524.47 


S 


412.24 


423.70 


272.25 


388.87 


267.61 


582.69 


735.87 


539.61 





417.89 


420.37 


273.36 


381.39 


269.85 


583.57 


743.37 


540.15 


N 


429.69 


422.62 


295.96 


391 .38 


264.31 


587.51 


736.78 


544.45 


D 


427.41 


416.66 


262.03 


383.11 


249.66 


584.03 


722.63 


540.90 


1985 J 


431.72 


429.47 


283.97 


395.77 


273.12 


601.01 


740.50 


552.51 


F 


431.65 


441.46 


284.14 


400.49 


280.24 


594.34 


738.32 


551 .89 


M 


438.81 


441.97 


286.13 


399.22 


275.39 


595.31 


747.31 


551.89 


A 


428.13 


439.34 


286.22 


405.98 


273.28 


595.65 


750.63 


554.37 


M 


423.11 


438.12 


292.07 


403.48 


275.78 


605.79 


747.60 


560.10 


J 


422.54 


436.05 


290.75 


406.21 


286.84 


61 1 .45 


739.32 


558.31 


J 


425.74 


431.87 


287.59 


406.45 


285.60 


608.46 


739.40 


558.25 


A 


422.66 


437.89 


292 68 


407.57 


284.11 


608.58 


743.13 


554.57 


S 


424.56 


455.21 


297.69 


420.20 


275.72 


614.48 


747 47 


564.00 





435.77 


458.27 


299.35 


420.11 


275.95 


618.00 


750.53 


567.74 


N 


441.93 


467.17 


314.57 


416.40 


286.14 


616.12 


747.46 


572.69 


D 


441.00 


461.50 


292.53 


383.93 


271 .80 


611.13 


747.55 


571 .99 



1986 J 



453.78 



467.21 



296.17 



394.19 



291 .28 



617.40 



755.74 



575.05 











Durable Manufacturing 








Annual 


















average 




Furniture 


Primary 


Metal 


Machinery 


Transpor- 




Non-metallic 


and 




and 


metal 


fabricating 


except 


tation 


Electrical 


mineral 


month 


Wood 


fixtures 


industries 


industries 


electrical 


equipment 


products 


products 


L 


1269 


1276 


1281 


1289 


1299 


1304 


1312 


1321 


1984 


451.85 


360.77 


596.81 


452.85 


497.78 


550.57 


487.82 


504.09 


1985 


473.55 


361 .70 


627.50 


468.50 


512.71 


584.19 


514.38 


523.28 


1984 F 


441.75 


361 .78 


592.65 


444.09 


492.10 


551.05 


479.16 


498.06 


M 


455.11 


361 .86 


593.01 


449.22 


487.74 


563.04 


482.03 


502.59 


A 


453.29 


354.18 


592.31 


447.10 


488.33 


550.58 


481 .63 


502.40 


M 


447.72 


353.57 


589.06 


447.44 


495.87 


556.92 


486.42 


502.94 


J 


448.01 


359.88 


596.15 


452.85 


497.31 


561 .52 


494.56 


508.56 


J 


441.13 


356.42 


594.15 


452.76 


494.77 


553.38 


484.68 


507.42 


A 


441.76 


362.54 


597.12 


461 .20 


490.46 


556.27 


489.08 


499.95 


S 


451.88 


369.01 


603.54 


472.13 


508.55 


557.66 


494.60 


512.43 


O 


462.97 


369.32 


614.36 


465.13 


515.30 


500.15 


493.91 


520.00 


N 


469.79 


372.74 


609.16 


456.61 


521.32 


573.91 


502.52 


508.47 


D 


446.18 


348.60 


593.82 


435.37 


491.31 


543.55 


491.41 


493.84 


1985 J 


481.05 


361.11 


609.85 


454.38 


499.92 


571.89 


503.64 


505.99 


F 


476.25 


354.61 


619.53 


459.73 


506.51 


576.53 


508.65 


51 1 .99 


M 


477.23 


360.22 


618.97 


465.99 


518.07 


580.83 


510.38 


522.02 


A 


471.65 


365.08 


628.39 


469.43 


520.24 


582.36 


512.88 


521 .42 


M 


465.08 


368.64 


628.36 


464.34 


508.59 


587.02 


515.34 


522.16 


J 


466.59 


363.80 


630.84 


462.82 


510.85 


567.14 


516.07 


520.27 


J 


463.71 


363.12 


628.17 


466.29 


510.24 


566.06 


512.03 


519.94 


A 


472.20 


366.52 


625.12 


466.58 


512.90 


573.92 


514.36 


524.77 


S 


481.03 


369.15 


632.85 


473.87 


518.71 


596.14 


521 .58 


536.33 


O 


480.68 


370.29 


642.01 


475.92 


518.27 


596.50 


527.53 


539.89 


N 


476.82 


359.44 


635.90 


493.13 


521 .56 


611.62 


520.46 


532.36 





470.37 


338.47 


630.02 


469.56 


506.70 


600.23 


509.64 


522.19 



1986 J 



479.33 



34582 



638.83 



487 44 



517.93 



620 38 



519 93 



535.03 



For source 



Table 16. 



53 



Section 4— Tables 13 and 14 



April 1986 



Table 13: Total number of employees, industrial aggregate, all survey units, Canada and Provinces, based on the 1970 standard industrial 
classification 



Annual 




























average 
and month 


Canada 


Mid. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B 


Que. 


Ont 


Man 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


L 


1 


16621 


18741 


19461 


22121 


24821 


29741 


35341 


38041 


41041 


44221 


47501 


47921 


1984 


8.653,604 


124,436 


29,553 


249,235 


185,231 


2,149,633 


3,541,570 


347,027 


267,692 


813.079 


920,201 


8,333 


17,614 


1985 


8,995.204 


126,704 


29,728 


254,579 


192,208 


2,236,753 


3.677,169 


353,712 


273,553 


875.286 


949,304 


7,943 


18.266 


1984 F 


8,276.234 


117,115 


26,827 


236.046 


169,888 


2,048.095 


3,407,012 


332,718 


257,878 


777,927 


878,366 


7,666 


16.696 


M 


8.292.399 


117,085 


27,013 


236.877 


170,159 


2,052.232 


3,410,146 


335,475 


259,393 


777,470 


881,913 


7,766 


16,871 


A 


8,487,609 


119,652 


27.973 


241,153 


174,657 


2,112,116 


3,477,586 


340,254 


264,883 


791,317 


913,598 


7,875 


16,545 


M 


8,671,440 


124,950 


30,256 


248,626 


188,121 


2,154.350 


3.543,963 


349,424 


273,140 


806,691 


926,376 


8,494 


17,050 


J 


8,807,197 


136.325 


32,054 


254,038 


194,630 


2,193,213 


3,596.240 


352,380 


276,102 


808,260 


936,596 


9,095 


18,263 


J 


8,761.033 


137.049 


31,849 


258,220 


195,446 


2,172,912 


3,582.862 


347,601 


266,178 


826,189 


914,866 


9,569 


18,293 


A 


8,784.689 


132,956 


32,264 


259.409 


200,170 


2,196,131 


3,585.929 


348,792 


265.137 


820.854 


915,015 


9.288 


18,746 


S 


8,885,586 


130,038 


31 ,026 


258,638 


194,732 


2.201 ,900 


3.622,953 


356,709 


275.987 


834,894 


950,965 


8.780 


18,967 


O 


8,910,622 


126,175 


30.039 


258,719 


191,601 


2,222,106 


3,625,514 


359,677 


276,160 


844,779 


948,993 


8.274 


18,585 


N 


8.879,479 


120,873 


29,767 


257,310 


189,071 


2,214,318 


3,620,790 


355,159 


272,193 


848,563 


945,748 


7,894 


17,793 


D 


8,738,130 


115,221 


28.390 


248,343 


183,561 


2,175,103 


3,565,925 


350,331 


266,731 


839.380 


940,280 


7,606 


17,258 


1985 J 


8,697,832 


113,895 


27,887 


242,983 


182,111 


2.167,157 


3,557,086 


346,982 


265,564 


835,788 


933,731 


7,358 


17.290 


F 


8,740.657 


120,688 


26.544 


245.072 


183,016 


2,178,879 


3,570.921 


346,460 


266,411 


847,065 


930,909 


7,370 


17,323 


M 


8,824,141 


120,394 


27,163 


247.362 


182,232 


2,198,562 


3.591 ,293 


349,636 


269.244 


859,008 


954,129 


7,413 


17,705 


A 


8,889,262 


119,788 


28,141 


251 ,262 


187,107 


2,204,749 


3,647,498 


351 ,084 


271 .069 


858,140 


945,774 


7,430 


17,221 


M 


9,062,148 


125,363 


30.407 


257,233 


194,146 


2.243,246 


3,710,796 


358,496 


276,619 


881 ,794 


958,762 


7,605 


17,682 


J 


9,189.202 


135,575 


32,545 


260,630 


201 ,479 


2,291,658 


3.736,647 


362,188 


279,432 


896,019 


966.319 


8,248 


18,462 


J 


9,089,629 


138,393 


31,785 


258,487 


201 ,654 


2,271,968 


3,710,461 


353,298 


270,264 


887,848 


937,982 


8,589 


18,899 


A 


9,094,728 


136,067 


32,506 


260,526 


204,262 


2,269,487 


3,701,668 


350,751 


270,866 


892,977 


947,245 


8,795 


19.578 


S 


9,183,808 


136,055 


32,391 


261,501 


200,533 


2,272,586 


3,734,703 


359,043 


279,627 


903.274 


975,565 


8,614 


19.917 





9.168,396 


130,019 


30,153 


261,511 


197,551 


2,273,059 


3,745,048 


359,880 


280,921 


896,682 


966,016 


8,254 


19,302 


N 


9,116,321 


125,497 


29,360 


258.843 


190,697 


2,266,712 


3,748,403 


358.692 


279,646 


881 .558 


950.748 


7,845 


18.318 


D 


8,886,326 


118,710 


27,851 


249,536 


181.711 


2,202.975 


3.671 ,500 


348.034 


272,969 


863.277 


924,471 


7,796 


17,495 


1986 J 


8,876,830 


120,949 


27,679 


249,135 


181,797 


2,185.686 


3,678,047 


348.889 


270.617 


866.509 


922,208 


7,751 


17,563 


Table 14: 


Average weekly earnings (including overtime), all employees 


all survey 


units, industrial aggregate, Canada and Provinces 




Annual 
average 
and month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.EI 


NS. 


N.B 


Que. 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon 


NW.T 


L 


1241 


16873 


18825 


19785 


22453 


25489 


30525 


35633 


38425 


41413 


44597 


47545 


47965 


1984 


405.13 


389.24 


324.55 


360.22 


374.12 


397.48 


404.57 


378.79 


387.68 


439.27 


429.41 


483.38 


564.14 


1985 


419.20 


396.91 


339.30 


376.46 


384 92 


409.67 


423.20 


387.90 


394.19 


44534 


441.33 


491 .37 


571.68 


1984 F 


400.02 


384.93 


325.96 


355.85 


369.96 


392.96 


397.63 


375.68 


381.89 


442.95 


420.84 


466.17 


550.77 


M 


401 .06 


385.43 


327.29 


356.67 


372.18 


395.01 


399.17 


375.24 


383.27 


436.16 


424.83 


473.44 


552.21 


A 


400.92 


388.60 


322.78 


355.66 


372.03 


392.48 


399.80 


375.47 


385.59 


431.71 


430.15 


472.13 


545.40 


M 


403.56 


387.60 


320.71 


355.72 


367.11 


396.21 


401.83 


378.36 


386.56 


437.44 


434.02 


472.54 


552.57 


J 


408.10 


384.76 


318.48 


361 .50 


368.90 


400.34 


408.37 


383.71 


390.10 


440 94 


434.91 


477.10 


564.19 


J 


404 99 


384.39 


315.44 


360.96 


375.88 


396.66 


406.17 


381.44 


386.87 


439.59 


423.82 


484.39 


57068 


A 


405.49 


387.18 


318.89 


361 .49 


375.26 


398.55 


404.78 


382.51 


389 09 


443.04 


425.22 


488.07 


578.23 


S 


408 99 


390.29 


328.89 


364 65 


378.48 


399.93 


410.55 


382.20 


390.10 


438.51 


432.78 


496.16 


587.72 


O 


408.25 


395.57 


331.10 


360.79 


378.95 


399.98 


407.81 


379.49 


391.14 


440.20 


435.34 


495.90 


59297 


N 


410.80 


396.55 


333.64 


364.89 


378.62 


402.51 


412.53 


377.80 


391 .93 


440.08 


434.39 


510.85 


574.64 


D 


407.99 


399.47 


328.51 


367.75 


380.23 


401 .36 


408.32 


377.75 


393.29 


435.33 


429.27 


492.55 


553.82 


1985 J 


411.53 


400.32 


335.28 


370.95 


381 63 


401.10 


413.21 


381.59 


393.06 


444.05 


433.20 


493.54 


561.43 


F 


412.67 


398.24 


343.74 


371.44 


379.26 


402.90 


415.90 


382.78 


388.77 


443.43 


431.04 


483.81 


563.63 


M 


413.99 


394.92 


343.96 


370.12 


381 .29 


405.04 


417.69 


382.34 


391.14 


441.56 


432.58 


495.42 


558.42 


A 


416.15 


395.58 


344.52 


372.26 


378.59 


406.83 


420.74 


383.23 


392.17 


441 84 


436.51 


499.13 


559.30 


M 


417.21 


390.51 


338.61 


372.76 


381 68 


410.11 


419.94 


386.53 


396.16 


442.22 


439.37 


494.68 


574.38 


J 


419.81 


386.66 


332.58 


376.38 


382.82 


411.67 


423.75 


389.02 


393.96 


443.31 


444.75 


488.94 


562.83 


J 


420.00 


394.46 


329.80 


380.82 


387.11 


408.31 


425.71 


390.29 


390.89 


450.65 


436.96 


488.96 


587.07 


A 


420.08 


393.55 


328.48 


38005 


383.80 


410.11 


424.54 


389.42 


390.37 


449.87 


440.13 


489.30 


583.66 


S 


424.31 


396.85 


336.37 


380.92 


385.50 


414.31 


429.04 


392.16 


396.94 


446.69 


450.93 


492.44 


585 60 





42504 


399.50 


345.34 


377.89 


391.61 


415.46 


428.90 


394.20 


402.01 


449.25 


450.38 


491.51 


568.84 


N 


425.33 


403.77 


345.11 


381.87 


392.43 


416.53 


429.87 


391 .22 


395.56 


446.34 


450.62 


491 .85 


589.99 


D 


424.32 


408.56 


347.82 


38207 


39331 


413.67 


429.15 


392.00 


399.27 


444.90 


449.48 


486.84 


565.02 



1986 J 



427 59 



407.14 



348 98 



38285 



397 33 



417.63 



431.76 



396.12 



401.12 



451.55 



451.73 



486 82 



564.57 



For source see Table 16. 



54 



April 1986 



Section 4— Table 15 



Table 15: Average hourly earnings (including overtime), employees paid by the hour, all survey units, Canada, based on the 1970 standard 
industrial classification 

















Manufacturing 












Annual 


Mines 










Rubber 










Furni- 


Paper 
and 


average 
and 


quarries 
and 




Non- 
durable 


Durable 


Food 
and 


and 
plastic 


Leather 


Textile 






ture 
and 


allied 
indus- 


month 


oil wells' 


Total 


goods 


goods 


beverages 


products 


products 


products 


Clothing 


Wood 


fixtures 


tries 


L 


5586 


5607 


5669 


5608 


5670 


5683 


5686 


5691 


5704 


5609 


5616 


5711 


1984 


15.07 


11.16 


10.43 


11.87 


10.41 


9.87 


6.84 


8.82 


6.64 


11.31 


8.68 


13.89 


1985 


15.67 


11.59 


10.89 


12.24 


10.81 


10.21 


7.08 


9.20 


6.90 


11.81 


8.65 


14.62 


1984 F 


14.90 


10.95 


10.23 


11.65 


10.44 


9.82 


6.84 


8.70 


6.62 


10.85 


8.48 


13.43 


M 


14.82 


11.05 


10.27 


11.77 


10.46 


9.74 


6.74 


8.77 


6.57 


11.16 


8.62 


13.40 


A 


15.10 


11.14 


10.41 


11.84 


10.43 


9.82 


6.82 


8.75 


6.64 


11.32 


8.74 


13.80 


M 


15.06 


11.13 


10.39 


11.84 


10.16 


9.87 


6.91 


8.88 


6.61 


11.16 


8.67 


13.83 


J 


14.80 


11.13 


10.34 


11.90 


10.14 


9.93 


6.84 


8.84 


6.52 


11.15 


8.84 


13.83 


J 


14.92 


11.16 


10.42 


11.89 


10.28 


9.84 


6.84 


8.75 


6.61 


11.08 


8.71 


13.95 


A 


14.92 


11.12 


10.34 


11.91 


10.03 


9.73 


6.92 


8.92 


6.59 


11.13 


8.73 


14.00 


S 


15.34 


11.25 


10.48 


12.01 


10.34 


9.90 


6.77 


8.91 


6.73 


11.27 


8.81 


14.12 





15.26 


11.24 


10.51 


11.97 


10.58 


9.90 


6.64 


8.67 


6.78 


11.53 


8.67 


14.10 


N 


15.43 


11.35 


10 63 


12.05 


10.68 


10.03 


7.05 


8.91 


6.53 


11.77 


8.78 


14.14 


D 


15.60 


11.38 


10.78 


11.96 


10.84 


10.08 


6.90 


8.99 


6.48 


11.85 


8.61 


14 28 


1985 J 


15.60 


11.44 


10.79 


12.04 


1084 


10.05 


6.71 


9.03 


6.64 


12.01 


8.64 


14.36 


F 


15.68 


11.46 


10.77 


12.11 


10.83 


10.09 


6.92 


9.19 


6.71 


11.80 


8.63 


14.27 


M 


15.57 


11.51 


10.84 


12.12 


10.94 


10.02 


7.01 


9.12 


6.74 


11.75 


8.64 


14.34 


A 


15.80 


11.52 


10.78 


12.20 


10.81 


10.03 


7.03 


9.23 


6.72 


11.65 


8.62 


14.26 


M 


15.76 


11.53 


10.79 


12.21 


10.63 


9.94 


7.08 


9.12 


6.90 


11.55 


8.59 


14.52 


J 


15.61 


11.51 


10.81 


12.17 


10.55 


10.03 


7.12 


9.15 


7.12 


11.58 


8.78 


14.61 


J 


15.41 


11.52 


10.82 


12.19 


10.56 


10.04 


7.00 


9.18 


7.15 


11.56 


8.76 


14.73 


A 


15.30 


11.52 


10.80 


12.22 


10.59 


10.19 


7.06 


9.09 


6.96 


11.67 


8.87 


14.78 


S 


15.72 


11.64 


10.89 


12.34 


10.60 


10 46 


7.09 


9.32 


6.89 


11.85 


8.79 


14.90 





15.70 


11.74 


11.04 


12.38 


10.97 


10.41 


7.17 


9.41 


6.76 


12 06 


8.78 


14.91 


N 


15.88 


11.81 


11.13 


12.41 


11.15 


10.56 


7.45 


9.29 


7.02 


12.04 


8.41 


14.88 


D 


16.01 


11.90 


11.26 


12.47 


11.24 


10.65 


7.31 


9.29 


7.14 


12.19 


8.24 


14.91 



1986 J 



15.98 



11.94 



11.25 



12.54 



11.28 



10.71 



7.27 



9.36 



7.15 



12.21 



8.28 



14.88 













Manufacturing 












Construction 




Annual 
average 
and 
month 


Printing, 
publish- 
ing and 
allied 
indus- 
tries 


Primary 
metal 
indus- 
tries 


Metal 
fabri- 
cating 
indus- 
tries 


Machinery. 

except 

electrical 


Trans 

portation 

equipment 


Elec- 
trical 
products 


Non- 
metallic 
mineral 
products 


Petro- 
leum 
and 
coal 
products 


Che- 
micals 
and 
chemical 
products 


Total 


Building 


Engi- 
neering 


L 


5716 


5621 


5629 


5639 


5644 


5652 


5661 


5721 


5724 


5739 


5740 


5743 


1984 


11.23 


14.15 


10.99 


11.66 


12.79 


10.53 


12.05 


16.18 


11.76 


13.83 


13.80 


13.96 


1985 


11.93 


14.80 


11.18 


11.66 


13.38 


10.94 


12.54 


16.84 


12.20 


13.93 


13.80 


14.54 


1984 F 


10.94 


13.89 


10.73 


11.63 


12.62 


10.35 


12.01 


15.81 


11.51 


14.62 


14.63 


14.61 


M 


11.25 


13.96 


10.81 


11.58 


12.79 


10.34 


11.96 


16.21 


11.58 


14.32 


14.20 


14.89 


A 


11.06 


13.96 


11.02 


11.50 


12.73 


10.37 


12.05 


16.92 


11.63 


14.01 


13.95 


14.29 


M 


11.22 


13.96 


11.00 


11.70 


12.81 


10.49 


12.07 


16.42 


11.65 


13.53 


13.54 


13.48 


J 


11.07 


14.18 


10.98 


11.73 


12.87 


10.57 


11.90 


16.16 


11.66 


13.35 


13.38 


13.24 


J 


11.23 


14.20 


10.96 


11.70 


12.84 


10.63 


11.97 


15.65 


11.82 


13.21 


13.23 


13.12 


A 


11.43 


14.28 


11.09 


11.56 


12.82 


10.65 


12.04 


15.70 


11.78 


13.36 


13.34 


13.42 


S 


11.34 


14.35 


11.27 


11.89 


12.89 


10.68 


12.13 


16.17 


11.90 


13.72 


13.71 


13.77 


O 


11.31 


14.41 


11.29 


11.92 


12.68 


10.65 


12.19 


16.57 


11.96 


13.73 


13.69 


13.87 


N 


11.48 


14.41 


10.98 


11.94 


13.02 


10.70 


12.12 


16.40 


11.96 


13.82 


13.71 


14.27 


D 


11.53 


14.41 


10.84 


11.19 


12.94 


10.77 


12.27 


16.53 


11.99 


13.83 


13.74 


14.24 


1985 J 


11.95 


14.41 


10.85 


11.24 


13.18 


10.72 


12.35 


16.87 


12.04 


14.21 


14.00 


15.22 


F 


11.81 


14.53 


11.05 


11.52 


13.13 


10 79 


12.51 


16.71 


12.06 


14.33 


14.16 


15.17 


M 


12.04 


14.54 


11.09 


11.60 


13.12 


10.81 


12.62 


16.95 


12.02 


14.23 


14.08 


15.01 


A 


11.67 


14.75 


11.22 


11.81 


13.23 


10.86 


12.43 


16.92 


1204 


14.30 


14.21 


14.77 


M 


11.90 


14.77 


11.18 


11.66 


13.32 


10.96 


12.38 


17.14 


12.15 


13.68 


13.58 


14.13 


J 


11.85 


14.89 


11.15 


11.68 


13.10 


10.98 


12.38 


16.71 


12.14 


13.57 


13.45 


14.05 


J 


11.89 


14.96 


11.19 


11.76 


13.16 


10.96 


12.41 


16.64 


12.13 


1344 


13.28 


14.03 


A 


11.97 


1490 


11.16 


11.64 


13.26 


10.99 


12.45 


16.81 


12.19 


13.63 


13.50 


14.12 


S 


12.12 


14.91 


11.14 


11.74 


13.74 


11.04 


12.69 


16.68 


12.26 


13.92 


13.82 


14.27 


O 


12.07 


15.04 


11.18 


11.75 


13.59 


11.13 


12.75 


16.98 


12.33 


13.82 


13.69 


14.38 


N 


11.94 


14.93 


11.51 


11.80 


13.82 


11.02 


12.76 


16.83 


12 49 


14.02 


13.89 


1464 


D 


11.93 


14.95 


11.46 


11.72 


13.96 


11.02 


12.80 


16.89 


12.59 


14 06 


13.95 


14.69 



1986 J 



11.98 



14.97 



11.53 



11.92 



14.07 



11.09 



12.87 



16.85 



12.53 



14.32 



14.20 



15 02 



'Please note that figures for May and June 1985 reflect corrections. 
For source see Table 16. 



55 



Section 4— Table 16 



April 1986 



Table 16: Average weekly hours (including overtime), employees paid by the hour, all survey units, Canada based on the 1970 standard 
industrial classification. 

















Manufacturing 












Annual 


Mines 










Rubber 










Furni- 


Paper 
and 


average 
and 


quarries 
and 




Non- 
durable 


Durable 


Food 
and 


and 

plastic 


Leather 


Textile 






ture 
and 


allied 
indus- 


month 


oil wells' 


Total 


goods 


goods 


beverages 


products 


products 


products 


Clothing 


Wood 


fixtures 


tries 


L 


4656 


4677 


4739 


4678 


4740 


4753 


4756 


4761 


4774 


4679 


4686 


4781 


1984 


39.3 


38.5 


37.3 


39.8 


36.2 


38.1 


35.5 


39.5 


35.3 


38.1 


38.3 


39.4 


1985 


39.6 


38.8 


37.5 


40.1 


36.0 


38.7 


36.9 


39.5 


36.1 


38.6 


38.9 


39.6 


1984 F 


39.3 


38.9 


37.7 


40.1 


36.2 


38.7 


35.9 


40.4 


36.4 


38.1 


39.2 


39.8 


M 


39.3 


38.9 


37.6 


40.3 


36.4 


38.0 


36.3 


39.9 


36.0 


38.6 


39.1 


39.9 


A 


38.0 


38.5 


37.3 


39.7 


36.6 


38.5 


35.4 


39.1 


34.3 


38.2 


37.4 


39.4 


M 


39.1 


38.6 


37.5 


39.8 


37.1 


38.0 


35.9 


40.0 


34.7 


38.4 


37.5 


39.6 


J 


39.3 


38.8 


37.5 


40.2 


36.9 


37.2 


35.6 


39.4 


35.9 


38.4 


37.8 


39.8 


J 


39.3 


38.3 


37.1 


39.6 


36.2 


36.9 


34.8 


38.8 


35.8 


37.9 


37.7 


39.1 


A 


39.7 


38.4 


37.2 


39.8 


36.6 


37.6 


35.9 


40.0 


35.6 


38.0 


38.2 


38.7 


S 


39.6 


38.8 


37.3 


40.3 


35.8 


38.6 


35.6 


39.8 


35.0 


38.4 


38.8 


39.5 


O 


39.9 


38.1 


37.3 


39.0 


35.6 


38.8 


35.9 


39.4 


35.2 


38.4 


39.4 


39.5 


N 


40.5 


39.0 


37.6 


40.3 


36.4 


38.5 


36.8 


39.6 


35.2 


38.2 


38.8 


39.5 


D 


38.0 


37.2 


36.2 


38.1 


35.1 


37.1 


32.1 


37.8 


33.1 


35.7 


37.4 


38.8 


1985 J 


40.3 


38.6 


374 


39.9 


35.6 


38.7 


36.9 


39.3 


36.0 


38.5 


38.8 


39.9 


F 


40.5 


38.7 


37.4 


40.0 


36.0 


39.0 


36.3 


39.0 


36.8 


38.7 


38.1 


39.5 


M 


40.2 


39.1 


37.6 


40.5 


36.6 


38.9 


36.6 


39.5 


36.2 


39.2 


39.1 


39.4 


A 


39.3 


39.0 


37.5 


40.5 


35.9 


38.8 


36.6 


39.8 


36.1 


38.9 


39.4 


39.7 


M 


39.5 


39.0 


37.6 


40.4 


36.0 


39.1 


37.4 


39.9 


36.5 


38.8 


39.8 


39.9 


J 


39.3 


38.9 


37.7 


40.0 


36.1 


38.4 


37.2 


39.8 


37.0 


38.8 


38.7 


40.2 


J 


39.9 


38.6 


37.5 


39.7 


36.7 


37.7 


37.5 


39.6 


36.0 


38.3 


38.8 


39.6 


A 


39.2 


38.7 


37.4 


40.0 


36.2 


37.8 


37.3 


40.4 


36.5 


38.7 


39.0 


39.3 


S 


38.9 


39.1 


37.6 


40.5 


36.0 


38.8 


37.5 


41.0 


35.4 


39.0 


39.3 


39.5 


O 


40.2 


39.2 


37.8 


40.6 


36.0 


39.3 


37.1 


40.4 


36.5 


38.4 


39.3 


39.6 


N 


40.2 


39.3 


37.8 


40.7 


36.0 


39.9 


37.4 


40.4 


36.3 


38.3 


39.4 


39.7 


D 


38.1 


37.7 


36.2 


39.0 


35.1 


384 


34.8 


35.5 


34.2 


37.1 


36.9 


38.8 



1986 J 



39.8 



38.7 



37.2 



40.1 



36.1 



39.0 



35.7 



36.8 



35.8 



38.0 



37.9 



39.3 













Manufacturing 












Construction 




Annual 
average 
and 
month 


Printing, 
publish- 
ing and 
allied 
indus- 
tries 


Primary 
metal 
indus- 
tries 


Metal 

fabri- 
cating 
indus- 
tries 


Machinery, 

except 

electrical 


Trans 

portation 

equipment 


Elec- 
trical 
products 


Non- 
metallic 
mineral 
products 


Petro- 
leum 
and 
coal 
products 


Che- 
micals 
and 
chemical 
products 


Total 


Building 


Engi- 
neering 


L 


4786 


4691 


4699 


4709 


4714 


4722 


4731 


4791 


4794 


4809 


4810 


4813 


1984 


34.3 


40.3 


39.2 


39.8 


41.0 


40.0 


40.1 


42.6 


39.3 


37.2 


36.5 


40.2 


1985 


34.3 


40.4 


39.6 


39.8 


41.8 


40.0 


40.1 


41.6 


39.5 


37.7 


37.0 


41.1 


1984 F 


35.0 


40.8 


39.2 


40.2 


41.8 


40.1 


39.3 


41.8 


39.8 


36.0 


35.8 


36.9 


M 


34.1 


40.6 


39.7 


39.4 


42.2 


40.3 


40.0 


43.1 


39.6 


36.1 


35.6 


38.4 


A 


34.1 


40.6 


38.8 


39.4 


41.3 


39.9 


40.0 


43.9 


39.2 


35.6 


35.2 


37.4 


M 


33.5 


40.2 


38.8 


39.7 


41.8 


40.0 


40.0 


42.4 


39.2 


36.3 


35.9 


38.1 


J 


34.1 


40.2 


39.6 


39.8 


42.0 


40.5 


41.3 


42.1 


39.4 


37.6 


36.5 


42.3 


J 


34.5 


40.0 


39.0 


39.2 


41.4 


39.1 


41.0 


42.2 


38.8 


38.3 


37.1 


43.3 


A 


34.1 


39.9 


39.3 


39.3 


41.6 


39.8 


40.1 


42.4 


38.6 


38.4 


37.1 


43.5 


S 


34.8 


40.2 


40.3 


40.4 


41.5 


40.5 


40.9 


43.0 


39.9 


38.8 


37.6 


43.4 


O 


34.3 


41.0 


39.8 


40.7 


35.7 


40.2 


41.2 


44.3 


39.3 


38.4 


37.5 


42.1 


N 


34.9 


40.3 


39.4 


41.1 


42.4 


40.5 


40.2 


43.1 


39.7 


37.9 


37.3 


41.1 


D 


34.0 


38.9 


37.2 


38.8 


39.2 


38.9 


37.8 


40.7 


38.3 


37.0 


36.7 


38.7 


1985 J 


34.7 


40.1 


39.4 


40.2 


41.1 


40.1 


38.6 


42.0 


39.6 


36.5 


36.0 


39.6 


F 


34.2 


40.6 


39.2 


39.8 


41.7 


40.1 


38.9 


41.7 


39.4 


36.6 


36.0 


40.0 


M 


34.9 


40.4 


39.8 


40.4 


42.2 


40.2 


39.6 


41.1 


39.3 


36.7 


36.3 


39.5 


A 


35.0 


40.7 


39.8 


40.5 


42.3 


40.1 


40.3 


41.2 


39.1 


37.6 


37.2 


39.9 


M 


34.4 


40.7 


39.3 


39.8 


42.6 


40.0 


40.6 


41.9 


39.7 


37.5 


36.7 


41.2 


J 


34.2 


40.5 


39.3 


39.8 


41.3 


40.0 


40.7 


41.6 


39.7 


38.2 


37.3 


42.4 


J 


34.0 


40.1 


39.2 


39.0 


40.9 


39.6 


40.6 


41.3 


39.5 


39.0 


38.0 


43.7 


A 


33.7 


40.1 


39.5 


39.5 


41.3 


39.9 


40.7 


41.6 


39.0 


38.4 


37.4 


42.9 


S 


34.2 


40.5 


40.2 


40.6 


41.9 


40.3 


41.2 


42.0 


39.9 


39.0 


38.1 


43.0 


O 


34.4 


40.9 


40.4 


40.4 


42.2 


40.5 


41.2 


42.2 


39.9 


39.0 


38.2 


43.1 


N 


35.0 


40.7 


40.9 


40.1 


42.9 


40.4 


40.4 


41.3 


39.8 


37.5 


36.9 


40.4 


D 


33.1 


40.0 


38.4 


38.1 


41.1 


38.7 


38.7 


41.0 


38.9 


36.0 


35.7 


37.8 



1986 J 



34.5 



40.7 



39.9 



389 



42.6 



39.6 



39.7 



41.0 



39.2 



36.9 



36.6 



38.7 



'Please note that figures for May and June 1985 reflect corrections. 
Source: Employment Earnings and Hours, (72-002) Statistics Canada. 



56 



Section 5 ■ Prices 

58 1 . Industrial Product Price Indexes; Major Commodity Aggregations 

and Stage of Processing 
1.1. Industrial Product Price Indexes by Selected Commodity and 
Commodity Aggregations 
Consumer Price Indexes 
Construction Price Indexes 
Raw Materials Price Indexes 



63 


2 


64 


3 


65 


4 



57 



Section 


5— Table 1 and 1.1 














April 1986 


Table 1 


Industrial product price 


indexes (1981 


= 100), major commodity aggregations and stage ot processing. 












Intermediate goods 






All finished goods 


















Finished 






Annual 


Total 










goods 






average 


all 




First 


Second 




and 


Capital 


All 


and month 


commodities 


Total 


stage 


stage 


Total 


feeds 


equipment 


other 


D 


613420 


613500 


613501 


613502 


613503 


613504 


613505 


613506 


1984 


115.4 


113.0 


106.0 


115.2 


119.2 


117.6 


118.6 


120.4 


1985 


118.6 


114.9 


103.0 


118.6 


124.4 


121.2 


124.1 


126.4 


1984 M 


114.5 


112.4 


105.5 


114.5 


117.8 


116.0 


117.4 


118.9 


A 


115.1 


113.2 


107.2 


115.0 


118.1 


116.9 


117.4 


119.3 


M 


115.2 


113.2 


107.7 


114.9 


118.4 


117.3 


117.8 


119.3 


J 


115.3 


113.2 


107.6 


115.0 


118.7 


117.8 


118.2 


119.5 


J 


116.3 


114.1 


108.1 


115.9 


119.9 


118.8 


119.2 


120.9 


A 


116.2 


113.8 


106.6 


116.0 


120.1 


119.3 


119.2 


121.0 


S 


116.1 


113.5 


106.2 


115.8 


120.3 


119.0 


1198 


121.3 





116.1 


113.3 


105.5 


115.7 


120.6 


118.5 


120.6 


121.8 


N 


116.5 


113.6 


105.3 


116.2 


121.1 


118.9 


120.5 


122.7 


D 


116.8 


113.8 


105.3 


116.5 


121.6 


119.4 


120.6 


123.4 


1985 J 


117.5 


114.2 


103.9 


117.4 


122.8 


119.7 


121.8 


125.1 


F 


117.7 


114.2 


103.1 


117.7 


123.2 


120.1 


122.6 


125.5 


M 


118.4 


114.8 


103.8 


118.3 


124.1 


120.6 


123.9 


126.1 


A 


118.3 


114.9 


103.9 


118.4 


123.7 


120.0 


123.4 


125.9 


M 


118.6 


115.3 


104.5 


118.6 


124.0 


120.4 


123.9 


126.1 


J 


118.6 


115.2 


103.8 


118.8 


124.1 


121.1 


123.8 


125.9 


J 


118.6 


115.0 


102.6 


118.9 


124.2 


121.7 


123.8 


125.9 


A 


118.4 


114.8 


102.2 


118.7 


124.1 


121.3 


124.0 


125.9 


s 


118.6 


114.9 


102.5 


118.8 


124.5 


121.0 


124.7 


126.4 





118.9 


114.9 


102.1 


118.9 


125.4 


122.3 


125.2 


127.2 


N 


119.2 


115.0 


101 4 


119.2 


125.9 


122.9 


125.6 


127.9 


D 


119.9 


115.7 


101.9 


120.0 


126.6 


123.4 


126.1 


128.6 


1986 J 


120.7 


116.5 


103.1 


120.7 


127.3 


124.3 


126.7 


129.4 


F 


120 5 


116.3 


102.7 


120.6 


127.1 


124.2 


126.6 


129.2 



Table 1.1: Industrial product price indexes (1981 =100), by commodity and commodity aggregations. 





Industrial 




Meat, fish and 


dairy products 




Fruit, 


vegetable, feed, miscellaneous food products 
























product 












Fruit 




Flour, 




price 












and 




wheat 


Annual 


index 












vegetable 




meal and 


average 


manufac- 












prepara- 




other 


and month 


turing 


Total 


Meat 


Dairy 


Fish 


Total 


tions 


Feeds 


cereals 


D 


614001 


613400 


611000 


611043 


611059 


613401 


611086 


611112 


611137 


1984 


115.4 


113.9 


110.0 


124 


107.0 


112.0 


120.5 


103.5 


104.9 


1985 


118.5 


115.1 


108.7 


129.0 


111.4 


113.1 


124.3 


95.5 


109.7 


1984 M 


114.4 


111.9 


107.8 


121.6 


107.7 


110.7 


118.8 


105.8 


104.6 


A 


115.1 


113.1 


109.5 


122.7 


105.8 


111.7 


119.5 


106.3 


103.8 


M 


115.2 


113.9 


110.5 


123.5 


105.3 


112.2 


120.0 


106.6 


104.0 


J 


115.3 


114.4 


111.5 


123.7 


104.6 


113.7 


120.6 


107.9 


105.5 


J 


116.3 


115.6 


113.1 


123.8 


106.3 


113.5 


120.7 


105.3 


105.9 


A 


116.2 


116.5 


114.1 


124.8 


106.6 


113.3 


121.0 


103.8 


106.4 


S 


116.1 


115.6 


111.9 


125.6 


107.7 


112.6 


121.8 


101.8 


105.4 


O 


116.1 


113.9 


108.7 


126.2 


107.7 


112.2 


122.2 


99.0 


104.8 


N 


116.5 


114.5 


109.5 


126.9 


107 8 


111.9 


122.7 


97.5 


104.7 


D 


116.8 


115.1 


110.3 


126.9 


108.3 


111.6 


122.6 


96.2 


108.7 


1985 J 


117.5 


115.2 


109.4 


127.8 


111.4 


112.7 


122.6 


98.2 


109.4 


F 


117.7 


115.8 


110.4 


127.8 


111.8 


113.0 


122.4 


97.9 


109.6 


M 


118.4 


115.8 


110.4 


127.7 


112.1 


113.4 


123.4 


97.8 


110.2 


A 


118.3 


113.8 


107.0 


128.3 


110.8 


113.7 


124.0 


98.2 


110.3 


M 


118.6 


114.1 


107.6 


128.4 


110.1 


113.4 


124.5 


97.0 


111.4 


J 


118.6 


114.9 


108.6 


128.9 


110.6 


113.2 


124.1 


95.0 


111.3 


J 


118.5 


115.5 


109.6 


128.9 


109.9 


113.4 


125.1 


95.0 


111.0 


A 


118.3 


113.9 


107.0 


128.9 


109.4 


113.4 


125.4 


94.2 


107.7 


S 


118.6 


113.5 


105.7 


129.9 


109.9 


112.3 


123.9 


92.5 


108.1 


O 


118.9 


114.9 


107.5 


130.4 


112.2 


112.6 


125.3 


92.0 


109.0 


N 


119.2 


116.4 


109.8 


130.4 


113.7 


112.7 


125.1 


93.5 


109.1 


D 


119.8 


117.7 


111.6 


130.5 


115.5 


113.2 


125.3 


95.1 


109.4 


1986 J 


120.7 


117.3 


110.2 


131.1 


117.8 


114.6 


125.8 


96.1 


118.1 


F 


120.5 


116.2 


108.3 


131.4 


117.6 


115.5 


125.8 


96.7 


117.9 



Source: Industry Price Indexes (62-011), Statistics Canada. 



58 



April 1986 

Table 1.1: Industrial product price indexes (1981 = 100), by commodity and commodity aggregations. 



Section 5 — Table 1.1 /Continued 





Fruit, vegetable, feed 
miscellaneous food products (concl.) 




Beverages 




Tobacco and tobacco 


products 


Annual 
average 
and month 


Breakfast 

cereal 

and 

bakery 

products 


I 
Sugar 


Miscellaneous 

food 

products 


Total 


Soft 
drinks 


Alcoholic 
beverages 


Total 


Tobacco 
processed 
unmanu- 
factured 


Cigarettes 
and 
tobacco 
manufac- 
tured 


D 


611146 


611156 


611158 


613402 


611219 


611224 


613403 


611231 


611234 


1984 


121.2 


71.6 


117.8 


126 5 


120.9 


129.4 


126.8 


120.4 


129.0 


1985 


127.0 


69.5 


121.4 


130 9 


122.1 


135.6 


135.3 


122.1 


139.7 


1984 M 


119.9 


74.3 


113.3 


126.4 


119.8 


129.9 


122.8 


119.3 


124.0 


A 


120.4 


75.1 


115.4 


126.6 


120.1 


130.0 


126.4 


119.1 


128.8 


M 


120.4 


73.2 


116.8 


127.2 


121.6 


130.1 


126.5 


119.8 


128.8 


J 


120.5 


73.3 


120.0 


127.3 


121.8 


130.1 


127.2 


121.5 


129.1 


J 


121.3 


69.4 


121.5 


127.3 


121.7 


130.3 


128.8 


121.6 


131.2 


A 


121.5 


66.9 


122.1 


127.4 


122.0 


130.3 


128.8 


121.6 


131.2 


S 


122.0 


67.8 


120.7 


127.3 


121.5 


130.4 


129.1 


121.4 


131.6 





122.8 


70.3 


120.2 


127.3 


121.6 


130.3 


129.4 


122.1 


131.8 


N 


123.3 


69.1 


120.0 


127.2 


121.4 


130.3 


128.9 


120 6 


131.7 


D 


124.1 


66.8 


119.5 


127.0 


121.2 


130.1 


128.9 


120.5 


131.7 


1985 J 


126.8 


67.8 


119.7 


127.0 


121.9 


129.7 


131.3 


120.3 


135.0 


F 


127.5 


68.2 


120.2 


127.1 


122.0 


129.8 


131.3 


120.2 


135.0 


M 


127.2 


69.6 


120.9 


128.9 


121.4 


133.0 


131.5 


120.7 


135.0 


A 


126.2 


68.7 


122.2 


130.0 


121.2 


134.7 


135.3 


120.5 


140.3 


M 


126.0 


64.5 


122.4 


130.6 


121.0 


135.6 


135.3 


120.3 


140.3 


J 


126.4 


65.2 


123.1 


130.9 


121.2 


136.0 


135.7 


120.3 


140.8 


J 


126.2 


63.7 


123.8 


131.2 


122.1 


136.0 


136.6 


123.9 


140.8 


A 


126.6 


71.3 


123.0 


131.8 


123.0 


136.4 


136.6 


123.9 


140 8 


S 


126.9 


73.5 


121.0 


131.7 


122.4 


136.7 


135.5 


123.9 


139.4 





127.6 


72.8 


121.0 


134.3 


124.4 


139.6 


135.5 


123.9 


139.4 


N 


127.7 


75.0 


120.0 


133.9 


123.3 


139.5 


139.5 


123.9 


144.6 


D 


128.4 


73.8 


120.1 


133.5 


121.9 


139.7 


139.5 


123.9 


144.6 


1986 J 


131.1 


70.6 


121.1 


136.7 


123.7 


143.7 


139.6 


123.8 


144.9 


F 


131.7 


76.6 


122.0 


136.8 


123.7 


143.8 


139.1 


121.8 


144.8 






Rubber, leather, 


plastic fabricated 


products 






Textile 


products 




Annual 
average 
and month 


Total 


Tires 

and 

tubes 


Other 

rubber 

products 


Plastic 
fabricated 
products 


Leather 

and 

leather 

products 


Total 


Yarns 

and 

man 

made 

fibres 


Fabrics 


Other 

textile 

products 


D 


613404 


611240 


611254 


611273 


611304 


613405 


611325 


611357 


611387 


1984 


111.3 


106.0 


115.0 


112.3 


112.7 


108.4 


101.5 


109.8 


111.6 


1985 


113.7 


107.3 


119.0 


114.8 


115.0 


110.0 


101.2 


111.7 


114.0 


1984 M 


110.7 


105.6 


113.5 


112.0 


111.6 


107.4 


100.9 


108.3 


110.7 


A 


111.0 


105.5 


114.1 


112.5 


112.1 


107.9 


' 101.1 


109.4 


110.9 


M 


111.3 


105.9 


114.5 


112.4 


113.0 


108.1 


101.1 


109.5 


111.3 


J 


111.6 


105.6 


115.1 


112.7 


113.4 


108.4 


101.3 


109.9 


111.5 


J 


111.8 


105.9 


115.5 


112.8 


113.9 


108.7 


102.6 


110.0 


111.4 


A 


112.0 


106.0 


115.6 


112.9 


114.3 


108.9 


102.3 


110.4 


111.7 


S 


112.0 


106.1 


115.9 


112.8 


114.2 


109.1 


102.1 


110.7 


112.1 





112.1 


106.6 


116.1 


112.9 


114.0 


109.5 


102.0 


111.2 


112.7 


N 


111.9 


107.0 


116.2 


112.6 


113.5 


109.4 


101.8 


111.0 


112.8 


D 


111.9 


107.2 


116.9 


112.5 


113.1 


109.6 


101.9 


111.1 


112.9 


1985 J 


112.3 


107.3 


117.3 


112.9 


113.4 


109.6 


101.1 


111.3 


113.3 


F 


112.2 


107.3 


117.8 


112.8 


113.0 


109.7 


101.1 


111.4 


113.5 


M 


112.6 


107.8 


118.2 


112.9 


113.7 


109.9 


101.2 


111.6 


113.7 


A 


112.8 


106.8 


118.2 


113.6 


114.6 


109.8 


101.1 


111.5 


113.7 


M 


113.0 


106.7 


118.3 


113.9 


115.0 


109.6 


101.1 


110.8 


113.9 


J 


113.3 


106.5 


118.9 


114.5 


114.9 


110.0 


101.0 


111.6 


114.1 


J 


113.5 


106.0 


119.2 


114.9 


115.2 


110.0 


100.9 


111.9 


114.1 


A 


114.0 


106.3 


119.8 


115.7 


115.3 


110.1 


101.1 


112.0 


114.1 


S 


114.2 


106.3 


119.8 


115.9 


115.8 


110.2 


101.2 


112.1 


114.2 





115.1 


108.9 


120.0 


116.5 


115.8 


110.3 


101.6 


112.1 


114.2 


N 


115.4 


108.9 


120.2 


116.9 


116.6 


110.3 


101.2 


112.3 


114.3 


D 


115.8 


108.9 


120.6 


117.5 


116.8 


110.6 


101.5 


112.4 


114.7 


1986 J 


116.3 


109.1 


121.0 


118.3 


117.1 


110.4 


100.8 


111.4 


115.7 


F 


116.5 


109.1 


121.0 


118.6 


117.1 


110.5 


100.8 


111.5 


115.9 



Source: Industry Price Indexes (62-011), Statistics Canada. 



59 



Section 5- 


-Table 1.1 /continued 
















April 1986 


Table 1.1: 


Industrial product price 


indexes 


(1981 = 


100), by commodity 


and commodity aggregations. 








Knitted product! 


and clothing 






Lumber, sawmill, other wood products 




Annual 
average 
and month 


Total 




Hosiery 

and 

knitted 

wear 


Clothing 

and 

accessories 


Total 


Lumber 

and 

timber 


Veneer 

and 

plywood 


Other 

wood 

fabricated 

materials 


D 


613406 




611429 




611443 


613407 


611500 


611528 


611540 


1984 


111.9 




113.6 




111.5 


107.5 


111.9 


97.1 


104.9 


1985 


114.0 




115.5 




113.6 


109.6 


114.1 


100.5 


106.8 


1984 M 


111.5 




113.2 




111.0 


113.7 


125.3 


102.5 


103.1 


A 


111.9 




113.3 




111.5 


112.8 


122.6 


103.2 


104.0 


M 


111.7 




113.3 




111.2 


108.5 


114.3 


98.5 


104.2 


J 


111.8 




113.4 




111.4 


105.1 


108.3 


94.1 


104.1 


J 


112.1 




113.8 




111.7 


104.8 


105.4 


95.0 


106.5 


A 


112.2 




114.0 




111.7 


106.1 


108.4 


94.6 


106.3 


S 


112.4 




113.9 




112.0 


104.5 


104.9 


94.3 


106.5 


O 


112.5 




114.2 




112.0 


104.2 


104.3 


95.3 


106.2 


N 


112.5 




114.2 




112.0 


104.5 


104.8 


96.8 


106.0 


D 


112.7 




114.2 




112.3 


105.3 


106.3 


94.6 


106.6 


1985 J 


113.4 




114.9 




113.0 


106.8 


109.7 


94.2 


106.6 


F 


113.6 




115.0 




113.2 


107.1 


109.7 


95.5 


106.9 


M 


113.9 




115.1 




113.6 


107.8 


110.4 


96.8 


107.4 


A 


114.0 




115.1 




113.7 


107.4 


110.9 


96.5 


105.9 


M 


113.9 




115.1 




113.6 


110.4 


117.1 


95.9 


106.3 


J 


113.7 




115.1 




113.4 


112.6 


120.0 


97.0 


107.9 


J 


113.9 




115.8 




113.4 


112.2 


119.8 


98.5 


106.9 


A 


114.1 




115.9 




113.6 


111.2 


117.2 


101.8 


106.7 


S 


114.2 




115.8 




113.8 


111.2 


116.1 


106.0 


106.7 





114.4 




115.9 




114.0 


110.1 


113.7 


107.2 


106.6 


N 


114.4 




115.9 




114.0 


108.7 


110.6 


107.9 


106.7 


D 


114.5 




115.9 




114.1 


110.3 


113.8 


108.3 


106.7 


1986 J 


115.0 




116.1 




114.7 


111.8 


115.8 


109.7 


107.7 


F 


115.3 




116.1 




115.1 


111.9 


115.3 


111.0 


108.4 




f 










Paper and paper products 






Annual 
average 
and month 


: urniture 

and 

fixtures 




Total 




Pulp 


Newsprint 

and other 

paper 

stock 


Paper 
products 


Printing 

and 

publishing 


D 




613408 




613409 




611600 


611616 


611644 


613410 


1984 




118.9 




111.4 




101.7 


112.2 


120.2 


121.9 


1985 




122.2 




112.9 




88.1 


120.1 


125.1 


128.0 


1984 M 




118.2 




106.1 




92.1 


107.6 


117.8 


119.6 


A 




118.6 




109.8 




103.3 


108.7 


118.7 


120.7 


M 




1188 




110.8 




105.6 


109.5 


118.9 


121.2 


J 




118.9 




111.5 




106.9 


110.1 


119.0 


122.0 


J 




119.1 




115.7 




108.9 


116.5 


121.2 


122.9 


A 




119.3 




114.9 




107.5 


115.4 


121.7 


123.0 


S 




119.7 




115.3 




107.9 


116.0 


121.8 


123.4 







119.7 




115.7 




106.5 


117.2 


122.6 


123.6 


N 




119.9 




114.9 




103.4 


116.9 


123.1 


123.7 


D 




120.1 




114.6 




101.9 


117.0 


123.2 


124.1 


1985 J 




120.3 




1132 




95.7 


117.1 


124.0 


126.5 


F 




120.9 




112.9 




92.4 


118.0 


124.4 


126.9 


M 




121.5 




113.8 




91.3 


120.5 


124.5 


127.3 


A 




121.8 




112.8 




87.8 


120.0 


125.0 


127.6 


M 




121.8 




113.1 




87.5 


120.8 


125.0 


127.9 


J 




122.0 




112.9 




87.2 


120.5 


125.0 


128.3 


J 




122.1 




112.3 




86.9 


119.3 


125.5 


128.7 


A 




122.6 




112.3 




85.8 


120 


125.5 


128.5 


S 




122.9 




113.0 




86.4 


121.1 


125.4 


128.6 







123.4 




112.6 




85.2 


120.7 


125.5 


128.5 


N 




123.4 




112.8 




85.3 


121.1 


125.7 


128.5 


D 




124.2 




113.2 




86.1 


121.6 


125.7 


128.9 


1986 J 




125.0 




114.0 




87.4 


122.3 


126.1 


129.8 


F 




125.7 




113.7 




87.2 


121.6 


126.4 


129.9 



Source: Industry Price Indexes (62-011), Statistics Canada. 



60 



April 1986 

Table 1.1: Industrial product price indexes (1981 



Section 5— Table 1.1 /Continued 



100), by commodity and commodity aggregations. 























Metal fabricated 










Primary metal products 










products 














Copper 


















Iron 






and 








Other 




Boilers, 


Annual 




and 






copper 








non-ferrous 




tanks 


average 




steel 


Aluminium 




alloy 




Nickel 




metal 




and 


and month 


Total 


products 


products 




products 




products 




products 


Total 


plates 


D 


613411 


611703 


611750 




611764 




611782 




611790 


613412 


611827 


1984 


106.9 


112.9 


115.1 




85.7 




85.7 




100.7 


115.2 


114.2 


1985 


105.2 


115.1 


100.9 




89.4 




92.2 




92.0 


118.6 


120.1 


1984 M 


108.3 


110.9 


125.4 




90.0 




83.4 




103.0 


113.6 


113.0 


A 


108.8 


111.2 


124.0 




92.5 




85.7 




104.7 


114.6 


113.0 


M 


108.9 


112.3 


122.8 




88.3 




86.2 




105.3 


114.7 


113.0 


J 


108.5 


112.4 


120.4 




87.0 




86.6 




105.7 


115.1 


113.2 


J 


108.2 


114.3 


115.3 




84.7 




88.2 




1042 


115.9 


113.4 


A 


106.4 


114.3 


108.4 




84.0 




87.8 




100.8 


116.0 


113.4 


S 


105.5 


114.3 


106.7 




82.4 




86.5 




98.6 


116.0 


113.4 





104.7 


114.4 


103.2 




81.2 




86.9 




97.6 


116.6 


117.3 


N 


105.2 


114.4 


102.5 




84.2 




86.9 




99.3 


116.6 


117.3 


D 


105.2 


114.3 


105.4 




83.4 




86.9 




96.5 


116.7 


117.3 


1985 J 


104.9 


114.4 


105.8 




84.2 




87.7 




92.8 


116.7 


117.5 


F 


104.8 


114.6 


101.4 




88.1 




89.3 




92.7 


116.8 


117.6 


M 


105.6 


114.7 


103.5 




88.5 




92.4 




93.6 


117.1 


117.6 


A 


106.8 


114.8 


104.5 




92.0 




94.8 




97.3 


118.2 


117.6 


M 


107.2 


114.8 


104.7 




92.7 




98.9 




97.4 


118.4 


117.7 


J 


106.3 


115.0 


102.2 




894 




98.8 




95.5 


118.5 


118.2 


J 


104.8 


115.1 


99.6 




88.0 




96.5 




90.1 


119.2 


121.5 


A 


104.9 


115.4 


97.5 




89.5 




95.8 




91.3 


119.3 


121.7 


S 


105.3 


115.7 


99.5 




88.6 




96.0 




91.4 


119.5 


122.9 





104.3 


115.8 


97.5 




89.1 




89.0 




89.5 


119.9 


123.0 


N 


103.4 


115.8 


96.6 




90.2 




83.0 




86.0 


120.1 


123.0 


D 


103.8 


115.4 


98.3 




92.5 




83.8 




86.4 


120.1 


122.7 


1986 J 


105.2 


115.5 


102.4 




96.8 




84.7 




87.4 


120.4 


123.1 


F 


105.8 


115.5 


108.0 




94.5 




83.7 




86.3 


120 3 


123.1 




Metal fabricated 
















Autos, trucks, 


other 






products (concl ) 




Machinery and Equipment 








transportation equipment 






Fabricated 


Other 




















Annual 


structural 


metal 




Agricul- 




Other 








Motor 


Other 


average 


metal fabricated 




tural 


industrial 






Motor 


vehicle 


transport 


and month 


products 


products 


Total I 


■nachinery 


machinery 




Total 


vehicles 


parts 


equipment 


D 


611839 


611857 


613413 


611939 




611958 


613414 


612092 


612124 


612161 


1984 


111 1 


117.0 


116.0 


125.1 




114.3 




119.4 


118.7 


114.7 


128.1 


1985 


115.3 


119.9 


120.0 


130.0 




118.2 




127.3 


127.9 


120.2 


135.3 


1984 M 


109.5 


115.4 


114.6 


124.1 




112.9 




117.8 


117.1 


113.5 


125.5 


A 


109.7 


116.9 


115.0 


124.2 




113.3 




117.9 


116.6 


113.7 


127.4 


M 


109.9 


117.0 


115.2 


124.2 




113.5 




118.6 


117.5 


114.3 


128.0 


J 


110.5 


117.3 


115.6 


124.4 




114.0 




119.0 


117.8 


114.6 


128.4 


J 


111.9 


117.9 


116.7 


124.6 




115.3 




120.3 


119.4 


115.5 


129.5 


A 


112.1 


118.0 


116.7 


124.7 




115.3 




119.8 


118.9 


115.0 


129.0 


S 


112.4 


117.9 


116.9 


124.8 




115.4 




121.0 


120.4 


115.6 


130.0 


O 


113.1 


118.1 


117.5 


127.1 




115.7 




122.2 


122.2 


116.3 


130.2 


N 


113.1 


118.1 


117.7 


128.5 




115.7 




121.9 


121.8 


116.2 


129.8 


D 


113.4 


118.0 


118.0 


128.5 




116.1 




122.1 


122.1 


116.5 


129.9 


1985 J 


113.4 


118.0 


118.9 


128.8 




117.1 




124.1 


124.1 


117.7 


132.7 


F 


113.5 


118.2 


119.3 


129.1 




117.5 




125.2 


125.2 


118.6 


134.1 


M 


114.0 


118.4 


120.2 


130.0 




118.4 




127.5 


128.0 


120.2 


136.1 


A 


114.3 


120.0 


120.2 


130.0 




118.4 




126.3 


126.7 


119.6 


134.5 


M 


114.8 


120.1 


120.3 


130.1 




118.6 




127.0 


127.5 


120.1 


134.8 


J 


114.9 


120.1 


119.8 


130.0 




118.0 




127.0 


127.5 


120.3 


135.0 


J 


116.5 


120.0 


119.9 


130.0 




118.0 




126.5 


126.6 


120.1 


135.0 


A 


115.6 


120.6 


119.8 


129.9 




118.0 




126.6 


126.8 


120.1 


135.4 


S 


116.1 


120.6 


120.2 


130.2 




118.4 




127.9 


128.3 


121.2 


136.1 





116.5 


120.9 


120.1 


130.2 




118.3 




129.0 


130.3 


121.1 


136.2 


N 


117.3 


121.0 


120.4 


130.5 




118.6 




129.6 


131.2 


121.3 


136.5 


D 


117.2 


121.0 


120.6 


130.7 




118.8 




130.4 


132.2 


122.0 


137.2 


1986 J 


116.9 


121.6 


121.0 


131.0 




119.2 




131.5 


133.2 


123.5 


137.9 


F 


116.9 


121.4 


121.1 


131.3 




119.2 




131.1 


132.6 


123.3 


137.5 



Source: Industry Price Indexes (62-011), Statistics Canada. 



61 



Section 5— Table 1 . 1 /Concluded 

Table 1.1: Industrial product price indexes (1981 =100), by commodity aggregations. 



April 1986 





Electrical and communi- 
cation products 








Non-metallic mineral 
products 




Petroleum and coal products 




Annual 
average 
and month 


Total 


Appliances 

and 

receivers, 

household 


Other 
electrical 
products 




Total 




Cement 

and 

Doncrete 

products 


Other 

non-metallic 

mineral 

products 


Total 


Gasoline 

and 

fuel 

oil 


Other 

petroleum 

and coal 

products 


D 


613415 


612192 


612222 




613416 




612308 


612328 


613417 


612374 


612426 


1984 


116.3 


1148 


116.6 




119.6 




119.3 




119.9 


127.5 


130 7 


113.9 


1985 


119.4 


115.7 


120.2 




123.6 




122.2 




124.9 


134.2 


138.2 


116.7 


1984 M 


115.0 


114.2 


115.2 




119.4 




120.3 




118.5 


126.5 


129.0 


115.5 


A 


115.4 


114.4 


115.6 




119.7 




120.7 




118.6 


125.7 


128.6 


113.1 


M 


115.9 


114.6 


116.2 




119.3 




1191 




119.4 


125 


127.6 


113.3 


J 


116.2 


114.7 


116.5 




119.9 




119.4 




120.3 


124.9 


127.6 


113.3 


J 


116.8 


115.6 


117.1 




119.8 




119.2 




120.4 


127.0 


130.1 


113.6 


A 


116.7 


115.1 


117.1 




119.5 




118.7 




120.2 


1278 


131.2 


113.0 


S 


117.0 


115.2 


117.3 




119.8 




118.6 




120.9 


127.5 


130 8 


112.9 





117.6 


115.2 


118.1 




120.0 




118.6 




121.3 


127.1 


130.1 


114.4 


N 


118.1 


115.1 


118.8 




119.9 




118.6 




121.2 


130.7 


134.5 


114.2 


D 


1176 


115.1 


118.2 




119.7 




118.6 




120.7 


133.3 


137.5 


114.7 


1985 J 


1177 


114.6 


118.3 




120.9 




120.7 




121.1 


135.2 


139.9 


114.7 


F 


118.2 


114.7 


119.0 




122.0 




121.3 




122.7 


134.9 


139 8 


113.6 


M 


118.8 


115.7 


119.5 




122.2 




121.4 




123.1 


134.7 


139.4 


114 3 


A 


118.8 


115.6 


119.5 




122.5 




121.0 




124.0 


134.3 


138.6 


115.4 


M 


119.0 


115.8 


119.7 




122.6 




121.1 




124.1 


134.3 


138.2 


117.3 


J 


119.3 


115.8 


120.0 




123.5 




122.1 




125.0 


133.6 


137.4 


116.9 


J 


119.9 


116.4 


120.6 




124.3 




122.8 




125.8 


133.4 


137.0 


117.7 


A 


119.8 


116.5 


120.5 




124.3 




122.8 




125.8 


132.2 


135.7 


116.9 


S 


120.0 


115.9 


120.9 




124.3 




122.5 




126.2 


132 8 


136.4 


117.1 





120.2 


115.7 


121.1 




124.8 




122.5 




127.0 


133.7 


137.1 


119.0 


N 


120.3 


115.8 


121.3 




125.8 




124.3 




127.3 


134.6 


138.3 


118.5 


D 


120 6 


115.8 


121.6 




125.7 




124.1 




127.2 


136.6 


140 6 


119.3 


1986 J 


121.5 


116.4 


122.6 




128.2 




127.1 




129.3 


136.2 


140.3 


118.2 


F 


121.8 


116.2 


122.9 




128.6 




127.4 




129.7 


134.3 


139.0 








Chemical, chemical products 










Miscellaneous manufactured 
products 




Annual 
average 
and month 


Total 


Industrial 
chemicals 


Fertilizers 


Pharmaceu- 
ticals 




Other 
chemical 
products 




Total 


Scien- 
tific 
equipment 


Other 
manufac- 
tured 
products 


D 


613418 


612465 




512592 




612600 




612610 




613419 


612662 


612698 


1984 


113.1 


107.7 




102.2 




131.3 




117.5 




115.1 


118.0 


113.6 


1985 


114.5 


105.8 




100.5 




141.5 




121.9 




119.3 


121.9 


117.9 


1984 M 


112.9 


108.2 




102 3 




129.2 




116.7 




114.3 


117.7 


112.5 


A 


113.6 


109 1 




104.0 




129.9 




117.0 




114.5 


117.7 


112.8 


M 


114.2 


109.7 




103.9 




129.8 




117.8 




114.8 


117.2 


113.5 


J 


113.8 


109.3 




103.7 




130.7 




117.0 




115.0 


117.4 


113.7 


J 


114.1 


109.0 




103.4 




132.8 




117.8 




115.8 


119.6 


113.7 


A 


113.8 


108.4 




102.8 




132.7 




117.8 




115.8 


119.5 


113.8 


S 


113.5 


108.0 




102.8 




133.0 




117.8 




115.5 


118.6 


113.9 


O 


113.3 


107.0 




102.1 




133.2 




118.7 




116.4 


118.5 


115.3 


N 


113.0 


106.1 




102.1 




133.4 




119.2 




116.9 


119.4 


115.6 


D 


112.9 


105.8 




100.2 




133.5 




119.4 




116.4 


118.4 


115.4 


1985 J 


113.5 


105.1 




100.8 




138.8 




120.8 




117.2 


118.6 


116.5 


F 


113.3 


1049 




100.5 




139.2 




120.4 




117.6 


118.9 


116.9 


M 


113.9 


105 8 




101.6 




139.4 




120.6 




117.9 


119.5 


117.0 


A 


114.4 


106.5 




100.3 




139.9 




121.0 




118.6 


121.6 


117.0 


M 


114.5 


106.7 




100.5 




140.0 




121.0 




118.8 


121.5 


117.4 


J 


114.6 


106.5 




100.5 




139.6 




121.6 




118.6 


120.6 


117.6 


J 


114.9 


1062 




101.2 




142.7 




122.2 




119.0 


121.1 


118.0 


A 


114.9 


105.9 




101.1 




143.8 




122.2 




120.1 


123 8 


118.2 


S 


114.8 


105 4 




100.5 




143.7 




122.9 




119.9 


122.8 


118.4 


O 


114.9 


105.6 




100.2 




143.5 




123.0 




121.0 


124 4 


119.2 


N 


115.1 


105.6 




99.4 




143.6 




123.7 




121.2 


124.7 


119.3 


D 


115.2 


105.7 




99.1 




143.9 




123.6 




121.6 


125.7 


119.4 


1986 J 


116.5 


106.8 




98.3 




146.2 




125.2 




123.0 


127.6 


120.6 


F 


116.8 


107.2 




96.9 




146.3 




125.4 




123.1 


128.1 


120.5 



Source: Industry Price Indexes (62-011), Statistics Canada. 



62 



April 1986 

Table 2: Consumer price indexes 



Section 5— Table 2 

















Canada (1981 = 


00) 






















All items and main components 










Reclassified 


by goods anc 


services 












Housing 








Health 


Recre- 


Tobacco 






















House- 






and 


ation, 


products 




Goods 




Services 


Year 










hold 




Trans- 


per- 


reading 


and 












and 










oper- 




por- 


sonal 


and 


alcoholic 






Semi- 


Non- 




month 


All items 


Food 


Total 


Shelter 1 


ation 3 


Clothing 


tation 


care 


education 


beverages 


Total 


Durable 


durable 


durable 


Total 


Weights': 


100 


20.02 


38 14 


27.58 


5.78 


8.37 


15.75 


4.02 


8.25 


5.45 


54.70 


11.78 


9.79 


33 13 


45 30 


D 


484000 


484001 


484164 


484165 


484186 


484275 


484357 


484387 


484416 


484474 


484487 


484488 


484489 


484490 


484491 


1984 


122.3 


117.4 


124.7 


126.7 


124.0 


112.5 


124.8 


122.8 


119.7 


140.6 


120.7 


113.4 


114.0 


125.6 


124.8 


1985 


127.2 


120.8 


129.0 


131.4 


127.2 


115.6 


130.8 


127.2 


124.5 


154.0 


125.4 


116.8 


117.0 


131.3 


129.7 


1984 M 


121.2 


116.8 


123.8 


125.4 


123.4 


112.5 


122.8 


121.3 


1178 


138.1 


119.9 


112.7 


114.1 


124.5 


123.2 


A 


121.5 


117.2 


124.1 


125.7 


124.0 


112.4 


123.0 


122.7 


118.1 


138.7 


120.2 


113.1 


113.7 


124.8 


123.6 


M 


121.7 


116.8 


124.2 


125.8 


124.0 


112.5 


123.4 


122.9 


119.0 


139 6 


120.1 


113.6 


113.7 


124.5 


124.2 


J 


122.2 


118.3 


124.1 


125.9 


123.8 


112.5 


124.8 


122.9 


118.8 


140.1 


120.7 


112.9 


114.0 


125.7 


124.6 


J 


122.9 


119.4 


124.4 


126.7 


124.3 


112.1 


126.1 


123.0 


120.4 


140 6 


121.4 


113.2 


113.5 


127.0 


125.3 


A 


122.9 


118.5 


124.7 


127.1 


124.1 


112.6 


125.5 


123.5 


120.9 


141.3 


121.0 


113.1 


114.0 


126.1 


125.8 


S 


123.0 


117.7 


125.1 


127.5 


124.3 


113.4 


125.5 


123.8 


121.6 


141.8 


121.0 


113.5 


114.6 


125.8 


126.2 





123.2 


117.7 


126.0 


128.2 


124.8 


113.8 


124.1 


124.0 


121.9 


143.9 


121.4 


113.9 


115.3 


126.0 


1262 


N 


124.0 


117.7 


126.5 


128.9 


124.8 


114.3 


126.7 


124.4 


122.2 


144.7 


122.4 


115.4 


115.8 


127.0 


126.5 


D 


124.1 


117.7 


126.7 


128.9 


125.2 


113.6 


127.4 


124.4 


121.5 


144.6 


122.4 


115.3 


115.2 


127.4 


126.6 


1985 J 


124.6 


119.1 


127.2 


129.6 


125.7 


112.6 


128.4 


124.7 


121.4 


144.7 


123.2 


115.6 


114.2 


128.9 


126.9 


F 


125.4 


120.4 


127.5 


129.9 


126.0 


114.6 


128 6 


125.7 


122.7 


144.9 


124.0 


115.9 


116.1 


129.7 


127.4 


M 


125.7 


120.1 


127.9 


130.1 


126.4 


115.1 


129.2 


125.5 


123.3 


145.1 


124.2 


116.5 


116.6 


129.5 


127.9 


A 


126.2 


121.6 


128.1 


130.5 


126.5 


115.3 


129.4 


126.2 


123.1 


146.1 


124.7 


116.3 


116.5 


130.5 


128.4 


M 


126.5 


120.7 


128.6 


130.9 


126.8 


115.3 


129.6 


126.8 


124.1 


150.1 


124.8 


116.6 


116.6 


130.6 


129.0 


J 


127.2 


121.4 


128.7 


131.2 


127.0 


116.0 


130.0 


127.0 


123.9 


157.8 


125.8 


116.2 


117.3 


132.1 


129 4 


J 


127.6 


122.1 


129.1 


131.5 


127.6 


115.2 


130.2 


126.7 


124.4 


158.5 


125.8 


116.8 


116.5 


132.2 


130.1 


A 


1278 


121.4 


129.6 


132.0 


127.9 


115.8 


130.6 


127.9 


124.9 


159.0 


125.9 


117.2 


117.0 


132.0 


130.6 


S 


128.0 


120.1 


129.8 


132.3 


128.1 


116.6 


132.2 


128.2 


125.9 


159.3 


125.9 


117.0 


117.8 


131.9 


131.0 





128.4 


119.8 


130.4 


132.9 


127.8 


116.9 


132.6 


128.8 


126.7 


159.9 


126.1 


117.4 


118.4 


131.9 


131.6 


N 


128.9 


120.4 


130.5 


133.1 


127.8 


117.3 


134.0 


129.4 


126.8 


160.7 


126.7 


118.2 


118.5 


132.6 


132.0 


D 


129.5 


122.0 


130.7 


133.2 


128.4 


116.9 


135.0 


129.3 


127.0 


161.4 


127.6 


118.5 


118.3 


133.9 


132.3 


1986 J 


130.1 


124.0 


130.9 


133.6 


128.6 


115.9 


135.8 


129.7 


126.6 


163.0 


128.5 


118.9 


117.2 


135.7 


132.4 


F 


130.6 


123.3 


131.4 


134.0 


129.4 


117.6 


136.2 


130.1 


127.5 


166.0 


128.9 


119.1 


118.8 


135.8 


133.1 














All items indexes tor certain 


regional cities 


























(1981 = 100) 




















Charlotte- 




























Year 




town 




Saint 
























and 


St. John's 


Summer- 




John 


Quebec 








Thunder 












Vancou- 


month 


Nfld 


side 


Halifax 


(N.B.) 


City 


Montreal 


Ottawa 


Toronto 


Bay 


Winnipeg 


Regina 


Saskatoon 


Edmonton 


Calgary 


ver 


D 


484576 


484872 


485168 


485464 


485760 


486056 


486352 


486648 


486944 


487240 


487536 


487832 


488128 


488424 


488720 


1984 


122.7 


120.0 


121.9 


122.8 


122.7 


122.7 


123.2 


123.7 


122.8 


120.3 


121.1 


120.0 


120.4 


120.0 


121.3 


1985 


127.8 


124.5 


127.3 


128.0 


128.2 


128.1 


128.3 


128.5 


128.2 


125.3 


125.6 


124.2 


124.2 


123.5 


125.2 


1984 M 


121.5 


118.8 


120.3 


121.8 


122.1 


121.9 


122.0 


122.4 


121.5 


118.9 


119.5 


119.0 


119.7 


119.1 


120.1 


A 


121.9 


119.4 


120.8 


122.0 


122.1 


122.4 


122.1 


122.6 


122.4 


119.1 


119.9 


119.4 


119.9 


119.5 


120.5 


M 


122.3 


119.8 


121.2 


122.3 


122.7 


122.4 


122.4 


122.8 


122.3 


119.3 


120.3 


119.8 


119.8 


119.4 


120.9 


J 


122.7 


120 1 


121.4 


122.6 


122.5 


123.0 


122.8 


123.7 


122.1 


120.2 


120.6 


120.4 


119.8 


119.7 


120.8 


J 


123.7 


120.4 


122.5 


123.3 


122.9 


123.5 


123.8 


124.3 


122.9 


121.1 


121.5 


119.9 


121.2 


120.5 


122.0 


A 


123.5 


120.6 


122.6 


123.4 


122.2 


122.8 


123.7 


124.4 


123.9 


121.2 


121.7 


120.0 


121.1 


120.6 


122.3 


S 


123.3 


120.6 


122.7 


123.1 


123.0 


123.0 


123.9 


124.6 


123.7 


121.1 


122.2 


120.7 


121.3 


121.0 


122.5 





123.1 


121.1 


123.1 


123.6 


123.6 


123.3 


124.5 


124.7 


123.9 


122.1 


122.4 


120.6 


121.2 


120.4 


122.5 


N 


123.6 


121 6 


124.0 


124.5 


124.2 


124.1 


125.4 


125.5 


124.7 


121.9 


123.1 


121.4 


121.3 


120.9 


122.9 


D 


124.3 


121.8 


124.1 


124.8 


124.6 


124.6 


125.7 


125.3 


124.8 


121.6 


123.2 


121.6 


121.4 


121.1 


122.8 


1985 J 


125.5 


122.3 


124.6 


125.2 


124.7 


124.8 


126.2 


126.2 


126.0 


122.4 


123.5 


121.9 


122.2 


121.3 


123.2 


F 


126.4 


123.3 


125.5 


126.2 


125.8 


126.1 


126 7 


126.9 


126.4 


122.6 


124.0 


122.4 


122.7 


121.7 


123.5 


M 


126.7 


123 2 


126.2 


126.3 


126.4 


126.1 


126.9 


127.4 


126.9 


123.4 


124.6 


122.8 


123.1 


122.2 


123 3 


A 


127.1 


123.8 


126.6 


126.7 


126.8 


126.7 


127.2 


127.7 


127.4 


124.4 


125.0 


123.4 


123.8 


122.8 


1244 


M 


126.9 


123.9 


127.1 


126.9 


127.3 


127.2 


127.4 


127.7 


127.4 


125.1 


125.0 


123.5 


124.1 


123.2 


124.9 


J 


128 2 


124.6 


127.5 


128.0 


128.4 


128.3 


128.4 


128.4 


128.2 


125.7 


125.8 


124.0 


124.7 


123.9 


125.1 


J 


128.5 


125.4 


128.0 


128.6 


128.9 


128.7 


128.9 


128.7 


128.4 


126.0 


126.2 


124.6 


1248 


124.2 


125 6 


A 


128.5 


125.5 


128.1 


129.1 


129.3 


129.1 


129.0 


129.1 


128 8 


125.7 


125.3 


124.5 


124.5 


124.0 


125 8 


S 


128.9 


126.1 


128.1 


129.9 


129.8 


129.5 


128.8 


129.1 


129.0 


126.3 


125.9 


125.0 


124.6 


124.4 


126.2 





128.6 


125.2 


128.5 


129 9 


129.8 


129.6 


129.2 


129.6 


129.4 


126.9 


126.9 


125.7 


124.6 


124.5 


126.5 


N 


129.2 


125.4 


128.5 


129.7 


130.2 


130.0 


130.1 


130.3 


129.7 


127.1 


127.0 


126.2 


125.2 


124.9 


126 6 


D 


129.1 


125.2 


129.2 


130.0 


131.1 


130.9 


130.7 


131.0 


130.4 


127.7 


127.4 


126.9 


125.5 


125.1 


126.7 


1986 J 


129.9 


126.0 


129.6 


131.6 


131.8 


131.3 


131.3 


131.6 


131.1 


128.4 


127.7 


127.2 


126.2 


125.6 


127.3 


F 


130.8 


126.7 


130.3 


132.8 


132.5 


132.0 


131.5 


132.3 


131.3 


128 9 


127.5 


127.7 


126.9 


126 


127.4 



'These weights, provided as a general guide, show the relative importance of the major components of the C.P.I. They are based on expenditure values derived from quantities and 

prices of year 1982. 'Includes water, fuel and electricity, and traveller accommodation 'Excludes water, fuel and electricity. 

•"For further information on the weights and methodology associated with the Consumer Price Index, see "The Consumer Price Index Reference Paper, updating based 

on 1982 expenditures," cat. 62-553, occasional 

Source: Consumer Prices and Price Indexes (62-010), Statistics Canada. 



63 



Section 5— Table 3 

Table 3: Construction price indexes 



April 1986 



Year 


Material price 
(1981 


indexes 
= 100) 


Total 




Construction union 
(1981 = 


wage 
100) 


rate 


index 


Machinery 


and equipment 

price index 

(1971 = 100) 


and 
month 


Residential 






Non-residential 


Basic wage 
rate 






Basic including 
pay supplements 




Total 


D 


649830 






649835 


477450 






477478 




639700 


1984 
1985 


114.9 
119.6 






115.1 
119.3 


126.6 
129.2 






127 6 
130.7 




283.0 
297.3 



1984 M 






114.9 


114.5 126.7 


127.2 


— 


A 






115.6 


115.2 126.7 


127.2 


— 


M 






114.7 


114.9 126.7 


127.9 


281.7 


J 






114.4 


115.0 126.7 


127.9 


— 


J 






114.7 


115.1 126.7 


127.9 


— 


A 






114.9 


115.2 126.5 


127.7 


285.3 


S 






114.8 


115.1 126.5 


127.7 


— 


o 






115.8 


116.2 126.5 


127.7 


— 


N 






115.6 


116.0 126.5 


127.8 


2884 


D 






115.8 


116.3 126.5 


127.8 


— 


1985 J 






116.2 


117.2 126.5 


127.8 





F 






117.4 


117.8 126.5 


127.8 


293.6 


M 






117.8 


118.0 126.5 


127.8 


— 


A 






118.2 


118.4 126.5 


127.8 


— 


M 






118.8 


118.8 130.5 


132.1 


296.8 


J 






120.0 


119.3 130.5 


132.1 


— 


J 






120.4 


119.9 130.6 


132.1 


— 


A 






120.2 


119.4 130.5 


132.1 


296.8 


S 






121.2 


120.1 130.5 


132.1 


— 


O 






121.6 


120.4 130.5 


132.1 


— 


N 






121.7 


121.2 130.5 


132.1 


301.8 


D 






122.1 


121.3 130.5 


132.1 


— 


1986 J 






124.4 


123.2 130.5 


132.1 





F 








130.5 


132.1 












Non-residential output price indexes 














(1981 = 100) 






Year 














and 


Seven 


city 










quarter 


composite 


Halifax 


Montreal Ottawa Toronto 


Calgary Edmonton 


Vancouver 



1984 
1985 

1983 Feb 
May 
Aug. 
Nov 

1984 Feb 
May 
Aug 
Nov. 

1985 Feb 
May 
Aug. 
Nov. 



104.3 


112.2 


113.3 


1166 


116.2 


93.2 


93.3 


104.0 


106.7 


115.0 


117.8 


120.8 


122.0 


91.2 


91.7 


104.4 


106.6 


109.3 


108.9 


110.6 


110.4 


101.6 


104.8 


108.1 


106.7 


110.2 


110.2 


112.1 


112.5 


99.5 


103.3 


109.6 


106.1 


110.1 


111.2 


113.5 


113.7 


97.3 


101.7 


108.4 


105.5 


110.1 


111.6 


114.7 


114.2 


95.7 


100.2 


107.5 


104.9 


111.1 


112.1 


115.8 


114.7 


94.2 


96.5 


107.2 


103.8 


112.1 


112.5 


116.2 


115.2 


93.5 


92.8 


103.2 


1040 


112.6 


113.5 


116.6 


116.6 


92.7 


92.3 


102.7 


104.5 


113.1 


115.1 


117.7 


118.1 


92.1 


91.7 


102.7 


104.8 


113.1 


115.7 


118.6 


119.0 


91.2 


91.5 


102.7 


106.3 


114.4 


117.7 


120.3 


121.4 


91.1 


91.3 


104.0 


107.3 


115.6 


118.5 


121.6 


123.0 


91.0 


91.8 


105.0 


108 2 


116.7 


119.2 


122.9 


124.5 


91.6 


92.4 


105.9 



64 



April 1986 

Table 3: Construction price statistics/concluded 



Section 5— Table 3/concluded and Table 4 















New housing price indexes 


























(1981 = 100) 














Year 






Moncton 






















and 


Canada 


St John's 


Saint John 


Quebec 




















month 


Total 


(NfkJ) 


(N.B) 


City 


Montreal 


Ottawa 


Toronto 


London 


Winnipeg 


Saskatoon 


Calgary 


Edmonton 


Vancouver 


D 


636200 


636203 


636209 


636212 


636215 


636218 


636221 


636230 


636245 


636251 


636254 


636257 


636260 


1984 


95.1 


103.0 


112.8 


118.5 


118.9 


126.9 


97.7 


107.8 


113.3 


99.0 


81.7 


85.0 


76.1 


1985 


96.2 


105.2 


122.3 


124.9 


123.1 


126.5 


100.4 


111.9 


119.2 


101.2 


83.7 


79.8 


73.2 


1984 F 


95.1 


100.8 


110.8 


116.9 


118.3 


125.9 


96.9 


1066 


112.0 


97.9 


82.6 


88.3 


76.5 


M 


95.3 


101.4 


112.9 


116.9 


118.5 


126.2 


97.2 


107.2 


113.2 


97.9 


82.2 


87.9 


76.8 


A 


95.5 


101.4 


112.9 


117.2 


118.6 


128.6 


97.4 


108 


113.1 


98.1 


82.5 


87.9 


76.9 


M 


95.5 


102.3 


112.9 


117.6 


118.7 


129.3 


97.7 


108.0 


113.4 


98.9 


82.7 


86.1 


76.9 


J 


95.3 


103.4 


112.9 


118.1 


118.7 


128.8 


97.7 


108.0 


113.4 


98.9 


81.4 


85.2 


76.9 


J 


95.2 


103.7 


112.9 


118.4 


118.7 


127.5 


97.9 


108.7 


113.4 


99.3 


81.2 


83.9 


76.9 


A 


95.1 


104.0 


112.9 


119.8 


119.2 


127.8 


97.8 


108.6 


113.7 


99.3 


81.0 


83.7 


76.5 


S 


94.8 


104.2 


112.9 


120.3 


119.5 


126.1 


97.8 


108.6 


114.0 


99.3 


80.8 


83.7 


75.5 





94.8 


104.2 


112.9 


120.3 


119.6 


125.8 


98.1 


108.6 


114.0 


99.7 


80.8 


83.7 


74.8 


N 


94.5 


104.5 


116.7 


120.3 


119.8 


126.2 


98.1 


108.8 


114.0 


99.8 


81.2 


80.4 


74.3 


D 


94.7 


105.0 


116.7 


120.7 


120.5 


126.6 


98.1 


108 8 


114.0 


99.8 


81.2 


80.4 


74.3 


1985 J 


95.0 


104.2 


116.7 


121.9 


120.6 


127.2 


98.4 


108.8 


116.7 


99.9 


81.2 


80.6 


74.3 


F 


95.0 


104.8 


118.2 


122.4 


121.0 


126.6 


98.8 


109.1 


117.1 


99.9 


820 


78.8 


74.3 


M 


95.2 


104.8 


121.6 


123.1 


121.5 


126.9 


989 


109.4 


117.8 


99.9 


82.1 


78.6 


73.8 


A 


95.3 


104.8 


122.3 


123.4 


121.5 


127.0 


99.0 


109.4 


117.8 


99.6 


82.1 


78.6 


73.8 


M 


95.2 


104.8 


123.6 


123.6 


121.9 


126.1 


99.1 


110.2 


118.2 


99.9 


82.5 


78.7 


72.6 


J 


95.6 


105.0 


123.6 


124.7 


123.1 


126.0 


99.7 


111.2 


118.7 


100.0 


83.0 


78.8 


72.6 


J 


95.9 


105.0 


123.6 


124.9 


123.0 


125.4 


100.2 


112.0 


118.8 


102.0 


83.5 


79.0 


72.8 


A 


96.4 


105.6 


123.6 


125.9 


123.9 


125.4 


101.0 


112.8 


119.3 


101.3 


84.0 


80.1 


72.7 


S 


96.9 


105.7 


123.6 


126.3 


123.9 


126.2 


101.4 


113.4 


121.4 


102.4 


85.1 


80.6 


72.8 





97.3 


105.7 


123.6 


126.9 


125.3 


126.9 


101.8 


115.1 


121.4 


102.7 


86.1 


81.1 


72.8 


N 


97.8 


105.7 


123.7 


127.7 


125.2 


126.9 


102.7 


115.8 


121.4 


103.1 


86.5 


81.3 


73.0 


D 


98.2 


105.7 


123.7 


127.7 


126.2 


127.0 


103.4 


115.8 


121.8 


103.1 


86.7 


81.3 


73.1 



1986 J 



99.4 



106.1 



123.7 



128.7 



127.1 



127.6 



106.0 



119.1 



122.9 



103.1 



89.2 



83.5 



72.7 



Source: Construction Price Statistics, Monthly Bulletin (62-007), Statistics Canada. 



Table 4: Raw materials price indexes (1981 =100) 





Total 










Non-metallic minerals 








Ferrous materials 








Raw 








Clays 


















material 










and 












Iron 


Annual 




excl. 










other 


Sand 




Other 






and 


average 


Raw 


mineral 








Asbestos 


crude 


and 




Crude 




Iron 


steel 


and month 


material 


fuels 


Wood 


Total 


Sulpher 


fibres 


refactory 


gravel 


Stone 


minerals 


Total 


ore 


scrap 


D 


614308 


614316 


614311 


614314 


614396 


614397 


614398 


614399 


614400 


614405 


614312 


614372 


614305 


1984 


115.5 


103.0 


103.6 


118.5 


114.4 


110.4 


132.4 


108.2 


127.5 


114.3 


107.7 


109.5 


104.2 


1985 


116.7 


100.3 


104.2 


124.4 


167.2 


108.0 


128.7 


109.4 


133.8 


115.9 


109.5 


114.0 


100.7 


1984 M 


115.5 


104.9 


105.5 


117.7 


103.2 


110.9 


132.1 


108.5 


126.8 


114.4 


107.2 


108.0 


105.6 


A 


116.2 


105.7 


107.0 


118.7 


111.0 


110.9 


132.1 


108.5 


127.9 


114.8 


107.6 


108.4 


106.0 


M 


116.5 


106.1 


107.5 


118.7 


111.5 


110.9 


132.1 


108.5 


127.8 


115.0 


108.3 


109 4 


106.3 


J 


116.4 


105.5 


108.3 


119.0 


114.2 


110.9 


132.9 


108.6 


127.5 


115.3 


108.8 


109.8 


106.9 


J 


115.8 


104.9 


104.1 


119.2 


119.4 


110.0 


131.1 


108.6 


127.6 


115.1 


109.1 


111.6 


104.1 


A 


114.3 


102.7 


100.7 


118.6 


115.4 


110.0 


132.2 


108.1 


127.4 


114.4 


107.8 


110.0 


103.3 


S 


113.9 


101.4 


100.6 


118.8 


116.2 


110.0 


132.9 


108.1 


127.4 


114.7 


108.2 


110.7 


103.2 


O 


113.2 


100.0 


100.4 


119.3 


125.4 


109.8 


133.2 


107.6 


127.2 


114.5 


108.7 


111.4 


103 6 


N 


117.7 


100.7 


100.0 


119.9 


127.6 


109.8 


133.3 


107.3 


129.0 


114.5 


108.5 


110.9 


103 8 


D 


117.7 


100.5 


99.8 


119.7 


128.5 


109.8 


133.3 


107.4 


129.2 


113.7 


108.3 


111.1 


102.8 


1985 J 


117.5 


100.3 


99.8 


122.0 


150 3 


108.9 


128.4 


109.7 


131.7 


114.0 


108.0 


111.4 


101.4 


F 


118.0 


101.2 


102.1 


122.9 


155.4 


108.5 


128.7 


109.8 


131.6 


115.5 


108.5 


112.3 


101.0 


M 


118.4 


101.7 


103.4 


123.4 


155.8 


108.2 


128.7 


109.8 


131.7 


116.6 


111.0 


115.5 


102.3 


A 


118.1 


101.6 


104.2 


124.7 


166.1 


108.2 


128.7 


109.8 


134.4 


116.4 


111.1 


113.8 


105.7 


M 


118.1 


101.2 


103.8 


124.9 


166.3 


108.1 


128.7 


109.8 


134.4 


116.7 


110.6 


114.6 


102.9 


J 


116.7 


100.7 


104.9 


125.1 


166.8 


108.1 


128 7 


109.8 


134.6 


116.9 


109.0 


114.2 


98.9 


J 


115.1 


99.1 


104.8 


124.6 


166.4 


108.1 


128.7 


109.0 


134.5 


116.4 


107.6 


113.0 


96.8 


A 


114.3 


98.4 


104.7 


124.5 


165.9 


108.1 


128.7 


109.0 


134.5 


116.0 


108.2 


113.3 


98.1 


S 


113.9 


98.2 


104.8 


125.0 


174.8 


107.7 


128.7 


109.0 


134.5 


115.8 


110.0 


114.7 


1008 


O 


115.4 


99.4 


106.0 


125.2 


177.3 


107.7 


128.7 


109.0 


134.5 


115.9 


109.8 


114.4 


100.8 


N 


117.1 


100.4 


106.4 


125.2 


179.1 


107.4 


128.7 


109.0 


134.5 


115.6 


109 7 


114.8 


99.8 


D 


117.9 


101.5 


105.0 


125.3 


182.3 


107.4 


128.7 


109 


134.5 


115.3 


110.6 


116.0 


100.0 


1986 J 


115.4 


103.2 


106.9 


126.1 


182.3 


107.4 


128.7 


111.4 


135.8 


115.3 


111.2 


116.9 


100.2 


F 


105.5 


102.2 


108.4 


126.7 


182.3 


107.3 


128.7 


111.4 


137.2 


115.8 


111.2 


116.2 


101.4 



These purchase price indexes include prices lor domestic and imported goods Last six months data subject to revision 
Source: See table 4 /concluded. 



65 



Section 5— Table 4/concluded 

Table 4: Raw materials price indexes (1981 = 100) 



April 1986 



Annual 
average 
and month 



Non-ferrous metals 



Copper 



Radio- 
actives 



Precious 
metals 



Other 

base 

metals 



Non- 
ferrous 
scrap 



614374 



614375 



614376 



614377 



614378 



614300 



1984 
1985 



91.6 
86.4 



80.8 
86.6 



73.1 
566 



92.8 
99.4 



118.4 
105.0 



95.1 
91 9 



84.9 
77.2 



104.8 
94.8 



98.6 
82.4 



1984 M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



96.0 
97.0 
95.5 
95.1 
93.4 
90.2 
87.5 
86.4 
884 
86.7 



87.2 
89.3 
83.9 
81.9 
79.2 
78.8 
75.7 
75.4 
79.9 
78.2 



68.6 
72.0 
72.0 
78.9 
92.7 
80.3 
68.6 
68.6 
74.4 
66.5 



88.9 
93.5 
93.7 
94.1 
95.8 
96.8 
93.2 
93.4 
94.0 
93.7 



122.9 
123.1 
126.4 
126.2 
122.9 
117.5 
114.2 
110.5 
110.9 
110.8 



95.1 
95.1 
95.1 
95.1 
95.1 
95.1 
95.1 
95.1 
95.1 
95.1 



92.4 
89.8 
88.8 
87.9 
83.8 
83.7 
80.5 
81.0 
82.3 
76.7 



109.8 

111.3 

111.5 

110.4 

106.0 

99.8 

100.7 

97.6 

97.5 

99.5 



109.6 

110.2 

107.8 

105.7 

99.3 

95.2 

88.2 

84.7 

87.4 

85.4 



1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



84.3 
84.6 
85.6 
90.4 
90.2 
87.9 
85.5 
86.4 
86.0 
85.3 
84.6 
857 



80.3 
84.6 
85.5 
90.1 
90.7 
86.2 
84.8 
86.9 
85.2 
86.0 
87.3 
91.2 



57.3 
54.9 
52.0 
61.3 
59.4 
56.0 
56.1 
56.1 
58.4 
56.1 
56.1 
56.1 



95.4 

97.8 

101.2 

104.8 

107.7 

107.9 

104.4 

102.4 

101.2 

94.3 

87.7 

88.5 



108.7 

106.5 

112.6 

117.4 

117.5 

118.6 

103.4 

103.0 

102.7 

96.8 

86.1 

86.7 



91.9 
91.9 
91.9 
91.9 
91.9 
91.9 
91.9 
91.9 
91.9 
91.9 
91.9 
91.9 



71.9 
73.6 
72.7 
80.8 
79.5 
77.7 
75.9 
79.4 
78.0 
79.3 
79.2 
78.7 



96.1 
92.6 
95.4 
99.1 
98.9 
96.5 
93.9 
93.2 
93.9 
93.1 
92.2 
93.0 



82.5 
82.4 
82.9 
86.1 
85.4 
83.3 
81.2 
82.2 
82.9 
80.2 
79.7 
80.0 



1986 J 

F 



883 
87.1 



96.5 
92.3 



56.1 
556 



89.4 
88.1 



865 
84.9 



91.9 
91.9 



84.4 
81.1 



92.8 
95.2 



86.1 
86.2 









Vegetable products 










Animals and animal products 






Annual 


















Cattle 


Hogs- 




Milk, 
whole. 




average 




Fresh 






Fresh 


Raw 


Sugar 




and 


swme, 




unpro- 




and month 


Total 


fruit 


Grains 


Oilseeds vegetables 


tobacco 


unrefined 


Total 


calves 


NES 


Poultry 


cessed 


Fish 


D 


614309 


614317 


614320 


614326 


614330 


614333 


614334 


614310 


614350 


614354 


614355 


614358 


614360 


1984 


98.7 


110.4 


99.1 


122.8 


97.1 


112.0 


40.4 


109.0 


104.3 


103.8 


107.7 


122.6 


105.0 


1985 


91.5 


116.3 


93.4 


103.0 


80.4 


102.0 


36.1 


107.4 


101.6 


98.1 


99.8 


126.2 


108.8 


1984 M 


105.1 


106.0 


100.1 


126.6 


139.1 


114.9 


45.6 


107.6 


106.0 


95.6 


106.0 


120.1 


103.9 


A 


104.4 


108.4 


101.1 


132.7 


116.2 


114.9 


45.2 


108.8 


106.6 


100.3 


106.6 


121.1 


102.1 


M 


105.8 


111.1 


101.3 


155.9 


99.2 


114.9 


42.7 


109.7 


105.6 


106.0 


107.3 


122.2 


100.1 


J 


104.6 


114.0 


103.0 


146.6 


96.7 


114.9 


42.6 


108.6 


103.3 


106 3 


108.0 


122.2 


99.6 


J 


99.7 


114.1 


102.5 


125.6 


89.2 


114.9 


37.9 


112.2 


107.3 


116.9 


108.6 


122.2 


104.9 


A 


95.3 


104.2 


100.6 


114.7 


80.4 


114.9 


33.5 


111.8 


102 7 


116.8 


109.7 


124.6 


108 6 


S 


95.1 


119.6 


101.1 


106.3 


79.4 


114.9 


35.6 


110.0 


101.9 


108.4 


109.7 


124.8 


107.7 


O 


92.0 


116.1 


95.2 


111.6 


73.8 


99.3 


37.6 


108.4 


103.0 


98.2 


109.5 


124.8 


108.0 


N 


90.8 


111.0 


95.2 


106.6 


72.5 


102 9 


35.7 


110.0 


105.5 


104.3 


107.2 


124.8 


1097 


D 


90.9 


115.0 


97.2 


104.3 


73.7 


102.6 


32.6 


110.3 


106.4 


104.8 


106.1 


124.8 


109.5 


1985 J 


92.1 


118.5 


96.6 


106.9 


77.1 


104.4 


35.0 


110.3 


107.2 


102.3 


103.1 


125.0 


112.0 


F 


93.5 


120.0 


97.6 


107.7 


85.7 


101.8 


33.9 


110.7 


105.2 


106.7 


101.0 


125.0 


111.2 


M 


95.6 


120.8 


98.8 


110.6 


93.2 


101.8 


34.5 


109.7 


105.5 


100.1 


100.2 


125.0 


111.8 


A 


95.9 


121.5 


100.1 


114.2 


92.3 


101.8 


33.5 


106.1 


104.0 


86.9 


98.8 


125.0 


105 7 


M 


94.1 


120.0 


99.7 


110.7 


84.3 


101.8 


29.2 


106.3 


104.2 


89.6 


98.0 


125.1 


105.4 


J 


93.0 


118.9 


96.1 


109.6 


82.6 


101.7 


30.4 


106.5 


102.6 


94.9 


98.5 


125.1 


107.0 


J 


91.5 


120.7 


97.0 


104.3 


81.2 


101.7 


28.3 


1045 


93.6 


102 5 


101.7 


125.1 


105 6 


A 


88.8 


117.3 


89.1 


969 


78.9 


101.7 


38.4 


103.7 


93.5 


982 


100.6 


125.2 


105.7 


S 


88.6 


113.1 


88.1 


97.0 


75.1 


101.7 


42.4 


103.1 


91.6 


92.1 


98.6 


128.5 


107.0 


O 


86.1 


108.1 


85.6 


92.8 


65.4 


101.7 


40.6 


107.6 


100.9 


99.4 


99.2 


128.5 


108.5 


N 


87.7 


106.9 


85.4 


91.0 


73.3 


101.7 


42.6 


109.6 


104.0 


102.4 


98.8 


128.6 


112.4 


D 


91.2 


109.3 


86.4 


93.8 


75.5 


101.7 


44.6 


110.7 


106.7 


102.5 


99.1 


128.6 


113.0 


1986 J 


96.8 


113.3 


91.8 


95.1 


85.9 


101.7 


37.9 


109 8 


102.9 


98.8 


97.8 


128 6 


122.6 


F 


93.9 


117.7 


90.8 


92.4 


74.2 


84.9 


45.0 


108.8 


97.7 


102.3 


97.8 


128.6 


123.0 



These purchase price indexes include prices for domestic and imported goods Last six months data subject to revision 
Source: Industry Price Indexes (62-011), Table 7, Statistics Canada. 



66 



Section 6 ■ Manufacturing 

1. Total Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing 

2. Manufacturing Shipments by Industry 

3. Manufacturing Inventories by Industry 

4. Estimated Value of Shipments and Unfilled Orders by Economic Use Classification 

5. Estimated Value of Inventories Owned and Raw Materials by Economic Use Classification 

6. Estimated Value of Goods in Process and finished Products by Economic Use Classification 

7. Tobacco and Beverages 
9. Footwear 

10. Production of Sawn Lumber 

1 1. Pulpwood, Wood Pulp and Newsprint 

12. Primary Iron and Steel 

13. New Motor Vehicles 

14. Production of Motor Vehicles in Canada 

15. Refrigerators, Freezers, Washing Machines and Clothes Dryers 



67 



Section 6— Table 1 

Table 1: Total inventories, shipments and orders in manufacturing based on the 1980 

standard industrial classification (million dollars) 1 . Projected from 1982 Census of Manufactures benchmark. 



April 1986 





Shipments' 


New orders 

received 

during month 5 








Inventory at 


end 


ol 


month 








Year 


Unfilled 

orders at 

end ol month 


Owned* 


Held but 
not owned 








All inventory 


held 




Ratio of 


and 
month 


Total 






Raw 
materials 


Goods 
in process 


Finished 
goods 


owned 
to shipments 


D 
D 


315351 
315674 


315706 
316029 


316061 
316384 


317836 
318159 


318191 
318226 


316416 
316739 






316771 
317094 


317126 
317449 


317481 
317804 


318234 
318284 



1984 
1985 



226,841.5 
242,986.1 



228,598.8 
243.680.1 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

o 

N 
D 

1986 J 



23,002.3 
23,696.3 



33,643.7 
34,107.2 



17,758.6 


18,259.3 


22.372.6 


32,183.3 


19,645.9 


20,039.9 


22,766.6 


32,569.0 


18,340.9 


18,478.1 


22,903.8 


32,890.2 


19,933.5 


20,415.0 


23,385.3 


32,890.6 


20,214.2 


20,413.6 


23,584.7 


32,732.4 


17,612.0 


17.314.5 


23,287.2 


32.838.1 


19.017.9 


19.412.9 


23,682.3 


33.038.5 


19,236.3 


18.900.4 


23,346.4 


33.092.5 


20,041.1 


20,134.3 


23,439.7 


33.389.7 


19.963.7 


19,737.3 


23.213.2 


33,191.6 


17,818.4 


17,607.5 


23,002.3 


33,643.7 


18,284.8 


18,739.3 


23,456.9 


33,846.3 


18,424.4 


18,488.4 


23,521.0 


34,010.8 


20,365.3 


20,922.0 


24,077.6 


34,421.9 


20,035.4 


19,884.1 


23,926.3 


34,322.4 


21.294.4 


21,587.3 


24,219.2 


33,926.9 


21,191.5 


21,153.4 


24,181.0 


34.034.1 


19,186.3 


19,218.0 


24.212.7 


34,024.1 


19,987.6 


20,306.6 


24,531.7 


34,417.9 


21,258.1 


20.974.9 


24,248.5 


34,392.2 


21,946.9 


21,880.1 


24.181.7 


34,397.3 


21,282.6 


21,096.7 


23,995.8 


34,406.1 


19.728.9 


19,429.4 


23.696.3 


34,107.2 


20,084.8 


20,473.7 


24,085.2 


34,377.4 



887.1 


34,530.8 


14.441.3 


1 ,020.8 


35,128.1 


14,202.9 


791.4 


32.974.7 


13,269.0 


803.1 


33,372.1 


13,347.1 


828.6 


33,718.8 


13,690.7 


783.6 


33,674.2 


13,876.4 


791.3 


33,523.7 


13,822.0 


792.0 


33,630.1 


14,056.4 


841.8 


33,880.3 


14,141.9 


833.0 


33,925.5 


14,089.3 


884.7 


34,274.4 


14,328.0 


919.1 


34,110.7 


14,028.6 


887.1 


34,530.8 


14,441.3 


895.1 


34,741.5 


14,071.4 


893.6 


34,904.4 


13,909.3 


887.9 


35,309.8 


13,958.0 


911.9 


35,234.2 


14,078.6 


929.9 


34,856.7 


13.959.4 


927.7 


34,961.8 


14,171.1 


959.5 


34.983.6 


14,332.2 


949.1 


35.367.0 


14,227.0 


967.9 


35.360.0 


14,328.4 


970.8 


35.368.2 


14,307.4 


1 .022.9 


35.429.0 


14,321.9 


1 .020.8 


35,128.1 


14,202.9 


1,065.7 


35,443.0 


14,245.9 



8.366.5 


1 1 .723.0 


8.890.2 


12,035.0 


8,068.1 


1 1 .637.6 


8,204.8 


1 1 .820.2 


8,143.3 


11.884.7 


8.096.5 


1 1 .701 .4 


7.993.3 


1 1 .708.5 


7.845.0 


1 1 .728.7 


8.079.8 


1 1 ,658.6 


8.206.2 


11.630.0 


8,357.2 


1 1 .589.3 


8.419.9 


1 1 .662.2 


8.366.5 


1 1 .723.0 


8.572.9 


12,097.2 


8.707.2 


12,287.9 


8,710.6 


12,641.2 


8,631.3 


12,524.3 


8,610.7 


12,286.6 


8,610.3 


12,180.4 


8,580.1 


12,071.3 


8,813.2 


12,326.8 


8,776.3 


12,255,3 


8,847.3 


12,213.4 


8,871.5 


12,235.6 


8,890.2 


12.035.0 



9.027.8 



12,169.3 



1.74 
1.69 



1.81 
1.66 
1.79 
1.65 
1.62 
1.86 
1.74 
1.72 
1.67 
1.66 
1.89 

1.85 
1.85 
1.69 
1.71 
1.59 
1.61 
1.77 
1.72 
1.62 
1.57 
1.62 
1.73 

1.71 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 2 



1984 F 


18.243.7 


18,600.6 


22,231.0 


31 .824.6 


815.9 


32.640.5 


13,226.8 


8,003.2 


11.410.5 


1.74 


M 


18,524.6 


18,916.2 


22,622.5 


31,923.7 


831.1 


32,754.8 


13,304.7 


8,108.1 


11.342.1 


1.72 


A 


18,410.0 


18,531.4 


22,743.9 


32,441.7 


832.5 


33,274.1 


13,709.6 


8,060.8 


11.503.7 


1.76 


M 


18,651.5 


19,223.8 


23,316.3 


32,730.0 


783.4 


33,513.4 


13,902.1 


8.106.1 


1 1 ,505.2 


1.75 


J 


18.825.9 


19,247.3 


23,737.7 


32,818.9 


795.1 


33.614.0 


13,898.2 


8,085.8 


11,629.9 


1.74 


J 


18,941.1 


18,649.7 


23,446.3 


33,195.1 


771.8 


33,966.9 


14,060.2 


8,011.3 


1 1 ,895.4 


1.75 


A 


19,122.7 


19,361.7 


23,685.3 


33,242.9 


819.2 


34,062.1 


14,136.1 


8,073.3 


11,852.6 


1.74 


S 


19,101.0 


18,657.3 


23,241.5 


33,322.9 


820:0 


34.142.9 


14,112.9 


8,156.8 


11,873.2 


1.74 


O 


19.040.0 


19,177.4 


23,378.9 


33,601.5 


852.8 


34,454.3 


14,322.1 


8,250.8 


11.881.5 


1.76 


N 


19.363.8 


19,178.7 


23,193.8 


33,428.3 


885.9 


34,314.2 


14,055.6 


8,358.5 


11,900.0 


1.73 


D 


19.632.7 


19.852.1 


23,413.2 


34,136.4 


919.3 


35,055.7 


14,419.5 


8,573.1 


12,063.0 


1.74 


1985 J 


19,545.3 


19,652.7 


23,520.6 


33,694.7 


935.8 


34,630.4 


13,977.8 


8,596.9 


12,055.7 


1.72 


F 


19,668.7 


19,584.9 


23.436.9 


33.678.9 


910.6 


34,589.5 


13,880.2 


8,657.3 


12,052.0 


1.71 


M 


19,593.4 


20.090.6 


23,934.1 


33.757.2 


908.0 


34,665.3 


13,928.5 


8,610.6 


12,126.2 


1.72 


A 


19,792.8 


19.617.6 


23,758.9 


33,849.2 


911.6 


34,760.7 


14,093.4 


8,541.4 


12.125.9 


1.71 


M 


19,948.6 


20.318.3 


24,128.5 


33,741.1 


930.3 


34,671.4 


13,966.4 


8,618.7 


12.086.3 


1.69 


J 


20,000.6 


20.186.6 


24,314.6 


34,114.7 


933.7 


35,048.4 


14,235.8 


8,709.6 


12,103.1 


1.71 


J 


20,389.5 


20,466.8 


24,391 .9 


34,385.3 


942.6 


35,327.9 


14,333.1 


8,760.9 


12,233.9 


1.69 


A 


20.484.3 


20,575.0 


24,482.6 


34,614.3 


932.4 


35,546.7 


14,229.3 


8,787.4 


12,530.0 


1.69 


S 


20.632.5 


20,289.5 


24,139.6 


34,637.9 


956.0 


35,593.9 


14,374.3 


8,713.0 


12,506.6 


1.68 


O 


20.824.9 


20,825.6 


24,140.4 


34,630.9 


944.4 


35,575.3 


14,326.0 


8,741.1 


12,508.3 


1.66 


N 


21,193.6 


21,067.9 


24,014.7 


34,666.4 


991.1 


35,657.5 


14,364.8 


8.819.0 


12,473.7 


1.64 


D 


21,342.3 


21,478.1 


24,150.6 


34,646.2 


1,048.6 


35,694.8 


14,193.3 


9.114.7 


12,386.8 


1.62 


1986 J 


21,495.2 


21,516.8 


24,172.2 


34,269.2 


1,113.6 


35,382.7 


14,156.7 


9.078.6 


12,147.4 


1.59 



'Estimates of manufacturers' shipments, inventories and orders are based on a monthly survey of a sample of manufacturing establishments, benchmarked to the annual census of 
manufacturers 'Shipments of goods manufactured within the establishments 3 Total new orders received during the period at estimated selling value, net of cancellations 4 Total 
manufacturing inventory owned by manufacturing establishments. Other inventory such as that of goods purchased for resale is not included. 
Note: All series are subject to revision each year when more recent Census of Manufactures data become available 
Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



68 



April 1986 



Section 6— Table 2 



Table 2: Manufacturing shipments 1 by industry based on the 1980 standard industrial classification (million dollars). Projected from 1982 
Census of Manufactures benchmark. 















Non-durable goods industries 


























Leather 








Paper 


Printing 


Year 
















and 








and 


publish- 


and 


Total 








Tobacco 


Rubber 


Plastics 


allied 


Primary 


Textile 




allied 


ing and 


month 


shipments 


Total 


Food 


Beverage 


products 


products 


products 


products 


textile 


products 


Clothing 


products 


allied 


D 


315351 


315352 


315353 


315382 


315387 


315390 


315394 


315401 


315407 


315413 


315424 


315446 


315463 


D 


315674 


315675 


315676 


315677 


315678 


315679 


315680 


315681 


315682 


315683 


315684 


315685 


315686 


1984 


226,841 .5 


121,278.2 


31,495.5 


4,572.9 


1.643.7 


2,535.5 


3,445.6 


1 ,282.6 


2.711.6 


2,510.4 


5,211.6 


17,539.9 


8,471.1 


1985 


242,986.1 


126,605 7 


32,413.7 


4,783.5 


1.645.1 


2.539.6 


3,687.5 


1,284.0 


2,700.6 


2,601.9 


5,394.3 


18,191.8 


9,175.5 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 






















1984 F 


17,758.6 


9,451.3 


2,472.2 


300.7 


124.9 


201.4 


269.7 


105.1 


227.5 


205.7 


445.4 


1.261.5 


661.9 


M 


19,645.9 


10,233.7 


2,630.5 


334.8 


179.2 


204.7 


297.7 


105.4 


258.1 


224.2 


455.5 


1 ,330.3 


719.6 


A 


18,340.9 


9,656.8 


2,515.2 


352.6 


98.9 


212.7 


288.2 


87.0 


242.5 


213.1 


383.7 


1 .305.4 


693.4 


M 


19,933.5 


10,665.1 


2,756.9 


409.2 


115.3 


235.1 


305.1 


89.1 


235.7 


225.7 


367.9 


1 ,589.8 


737.5 


J 


20,214.2 


10,674.4 


2,815.3 


447.2 


194.0 


213.5 


315.8 


100.1 


269.3 


226.9 


418.5 


1 ,563.5 


704.6 


J 


17,612.0 


9,747.4 


2,548.8 


440.7 


98.7 


186.7 


271.5 


105.5 


156.9 


186.6 


4390 


1 ,505.4 


619.9 


A 


19,017.9 


10,397.8 


2,619.2 


468.7 


159.6 


191.1 


292.7 


139.1 


205.3 


195.8 


522.0 


1 ,586.7 


704.6 


S 


19,236.3 


10,332.5 


2,725.4 


373.0 


129.2 


214.1 


298.1 


137.1 


220.8 


212.4 


498.6 


1,497.2 


749.3 





20,041.1 


10,706.9 


2,766.6 


400.0 


122.2 


245.6 


307.6 


142.4 


236.7 


233.3 


512.1 


1 ,608.3 


801.1 


N 


19,963.7 


10,577.0 


2,760.0 


405.0 


147.7 


242.6 


294.0 


110.6 


230.4 


218.9 


456.7 


1,546.4 


783.8 


D 


17,818.4 


9,709.5 


2,592.5 


389.0 


204.2 


200.0 


250.6 


75.6 


211.6 


176.1 


335.7 


1,418.0 


688.8 


1985 J 


18,284.8 


9,674.7 


2,493.9 


268.0 


93.5 


207.4 


268.2 


87.2 


202.8 


186 6 


385.2 


1 ,482.2 


676.8 


F 


18,424.4 


9,749.8 


2,532.1 


300.3 


117.0 


201.7 


277.7 


94.9 


238.3 


199.8 


453.7 


1 ,434.0 


701.7 


M 


20,365.3 


10.521.0 


2,722.4 


340.5 


181.8 


210.7 


302.0 


101.4 


239.1 


219.5 


451.7 


1 ,563.6 


760.3 


A 


20,035.4 


10.307.0 


2,610.1 


382.9 


86.2 


216.0 


312.2 


86.7 


225.5 


219.6 


387.9 


1,510.8 


773.4 


M 


21 ,294.4 


10,898.6 


2,766.7 


435.1 


132.1 


221.4 


330.1 


89.4 


225.5 


230.8 


376.6 


1 ,564.3 


803.8 


J 


21.191.5 


10.822.4 


2.831.5 


447.5 


159.8 


217.5 


331.0 


94.7 


231.9 


221.6 


421.1 


1 ,538.8 


746.1 


J 


19,186.3 


10,272.8 


2,680.3 


468.4 


148.0 


205.5 


305.4 


106.1 


173.3 


199.0 


461.9 


1,442.1 


681.8 


A 


19,987.6 


10,700.6 


2,688.8 


469.8 


141.5 


192.8 


305.1 


137.9 


213.2 


211.4 


534.7 


1 ,564.3 


742.7 


S 


21,258.1 


10,894.8 


2,781.0 


395.8 


154.9 


234.8 


324.1 


144.4 


239.9 


226.5 


527.5 


1 ,485.0 


791.9 





21,946.9 


11,236.0 


2,830.7 


427.5 


121.2 


229.8 


342.6 


148.1 


255.2 


250.1 


546.4 


1,616.5 


870.6 


N 


21 ,282.6 


10,965.4 


2,743.4 


419.3 


131.6 


210.1 


316.0 


109.1 


239.4 


238.7 


486.0 


1,543.9 


858.1 


D 


19,728.9 


10,562.7 


2,733.0 


428.4 


177.4 


191.6 


273.1 


84.1 


216.4 


198.3 


361.5 


1 ,446.3 


768.3 



1986 J 



20,084.8 10,358.5 



2.6003 



328.5 



69.5 



216.1 



298.2 



96.2 



235.5 



210.2 



1 .485.3 



747.9 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 2 2 



12 



1984 F 


18,243.7 


9.803.3 


2,558.4 


372.2 


124.1 


193.0 


278.0 


105.8 


226.3 


206.9 


417.0 


1.329.1 


665.3 


M 


18,524.6 


9,886.9 


2.572.9 


369.4 


142.5 


194.9 


284.4 


107.0 


228.9 


207.5 


427.0 


1 ,238.6 


673.4 


A 


18,410.0 


10,013.5 


2,621.5 


371.1 


125.0 


204.1 


285.9 


107.7 


233.2 


207.2 


443.6 


1 ,348.4 


686.8 


M 


18,651.5 


10,211.6 


2,626.7 


379.0 


133.3 


219.9 


284.1 


105.0 


236.2 


211.8 


439.2 


1,525.5 


694.4 


J 


18,825.9 


10,127.9 


2,648.0 


385.7 


151.3 


208.5 


287.4 


106.1 


236.2 


213.0 


433.0 


1,475.9 


703.3 


J 


18,941.1 


10,133.6 


2,611.1 


384.2 


127.1 


204.6 


282.1 


107.0 


228.2 


212.0 


433.5 


1,570.9 


715.4 


A 


19,122.7 


10,125.4 


2.590.1 


385.6 


128.7 


213.1 


287.3 


104.2 


222.5 


205.5 


437.2 


1,555.7 


723.1 


S 


19,101.0 


10,183.8 


2,623.0 


387.0 


143.4 


211.3 


285.6 


106.9 


217.1 


207.6 


430.8 


1.527.8 


736.9 


O 


19,040.0 


10.190.2 


2,658.4 


382.1 


134.1 


221.1 


288.4 


110.8 


215.5 


209.1 


437.6 


1,533.5 


727.9 


N 


19.363.8 


10.231.9 


2,681.5 


385.7 


140.5 


228.7 


293.8 


108.1 


216.3 


206.6 


438.4 


1.508.5 


729.4 


D 


19,632.7 


10,258.7 


2,694.6 


385.7 


150.4 


230.5 


298.9 


103.7 


215.7 


208.7 


450.4 


1 ,502.6 


729.9 


1985 J 


19,545.3 


10,354.0 


2,718.8 


379.9 


141.6 


218.6 


294.6 


104.6 


212.8 


201.0 


426.6 


1 ,537.6 


732.8 


F 


19,668.7 


10,451.1 


2,719.6 


390.8 


134.0 


200.3 


301.4 


100.5 


244.7 


209.2 


437.3 


1,531.9 


735.8 


M 


19,593.4 


10,405.3 


2,723.2 


389.9 


143.5 


207.6 


290.8 


105.8 


217.3 


208.1 


437.0 


1,531.6 


725.4 


A 


19,792.8 


10,451.0 


2,682.7 


397.4 


110.4 


201.3 


307.6 


105.2 


216.5 


208.8 


430.6 


1,504.1 


749.3 


M 


19,948.6 


10.478.3 


2,645.6 


403.0 


139.1 


211.9 


306.8 


103.4 


219.7 


215.9 


458.1 


1 ,525.4 


759.2 


J 


20,000.6 


10,455.5 


2,689.7 


391.5 


135.2 


213.7 


304.4 


104.6 


209.7 


213.9 


444.8 


1 ,487.2 


759.4 


J 


20,389.5 


10,552.6 


2,705.4 


393.3 


161.7 


222.4 


310.8 


104.2 


249.3 


220.0 


449.1 


1 ,496.4 


769.5 


A 


20,484.3 


10,484.2 


2,665.8 


394.1 


121.9 


217.0 


309.8 


108.3 


233.2 


224.9 


449.4 


1.504.7 


771.8 


S 


20,632.5 


10,608.6 


2,672.0 


403.5 


172.4 


222.7 


301.5 


107.8 


229.1 


217.6 


449.0 


1,495.9 


773.6 


O 


20.824.9 


10,648.0 


2.701.7 


408.8 


147.9 


210.1 


323.7 


115.2 


234.1 


225.6 


465.9 


1,516.1 


788.9 


N 


21,193.6 


10,800.0 


2.692.9 


406.8 


113.3 


203.3 


323.1 


110.8 


229.5 


228.0 


474.8 


1,554.8 


806.6 


D 


21,342.3 


10.980.9 


2.832.8 


425.1 


143.7 


214.4 


318.0 


111.8 


220.6 


231.8 


470.5 


1,506.7 


803.2 



1986 J 



21,495.2 11,126.3 



2,842.3 



465.5 



96.6 



233.0 



326.0 



113.1 



240.0 



225.3 



485.3 



1,560.4 



812.6 



'Estimates ot manufacturers' shipments are based on a monthly survey of a sample of manufacturing establishments, benchmarked to the annual census of manufacturers 
Note: All series are subject to revision each year when more recent Census of Manufactures data become available. 



69 



Section 6— Table 2/Concluded 



April 1986 



Table 2: Manufacturing shipments 1 by industry based on the 1980 standard industrial classification (million dollars). Projected from 1982 
Census of Manufactures benchmark. /concluded 





Non-durable 


goods 










Durable goods 


industries 












(concl 


























Refined 


Chemical 










Fabri- 








Non- 




Year 


petroleum 


and 






Furniture 




cated 




Trans- 


Electrical 


metallic 




and 


and coal 


chemical 






and 


Primary 


metal 




portation 


& electronic 


mineral 


Other 


month 


products 


products 


Total 


Wood 


fixture 


metal 


products 


Machinery 


equipment 


products 


products 


mfgrg. 


D 


315474 


315479 


315496 


315497 


315516 


315528 


315541 


315572 


315581 


315602 


315627 


315648 


D 


315687 


315688 


315689 


315690 


315691 


315692 


315693 


315694 


315695 


315696 


315697 


315698 


1984 


24,195.2 


15.662.5 


105,563.4 


9.662.9 


2.858.2 


16.117.5 


12,190.2 


6,783.2 


37,302.8 


11,120.6 


5.258.2 


4.269.8 


1985 


25,740.1 


16,447.9 


116,380.4 


10.689.3 


3.233.8 


16.477.7 


13,583.7 


7,407.7 


42,363.8 


12,323.8 


5.783.1 


4,517.3 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 






















1984 F 


1,943.1 


1 ,232.2 


8,307.3 


763.3 


241.6 


1,295.4 


906.3 


515.1 


3,090.3 


827.0 


331.3 


337.0 


M 


2,128.8 


1.364.9 


9,412.2 


806.3 


253.9 


1.429.0 


1,122.7 


614.8 


3,514.0 


931.4 


371.0 


369.2 


A 


1,954.1 


1,310.1 


8,684.1 


815.8 


230.9 


1.355.6 


942.9 


592.8 


3,169.6 


830.2 


404.5 


341.8 


M 


2.070.6 


1.527.5 


9,268.4 


868.4 


247.7 


1.497.9 


986.4 


591.3 


3.339.9 


879.2 


4954 


362.2 


J 


1 ,968.7 


1.436.9 


9,539.9 


878.4 


250.4 


1.423.0 


1,077.6 


613.5 


3.374.7 


1,019.1 


524.5 


378.6 


J 


1,944.9 


1.242.8 


7.864.6 


795.7 


200.1 


1.231.6 


1,015.0 


502.6 


2,436.1 


857.7 


490.0 


335.7 


A 


2.039.4 


1.273.5 


8.620.1 


841.1 


220.8 


1 .323.0 


1 ,069.6 


548.3 


2,893.2 


877.1 


497.7 


349.3 


S 


1,976.1 


1.301.4 


8.903.8 


795.4 


243.6 


1,282.6 


1 ,080.7 


556.3 


3,068.3 


1,017.2 


480.7 


378.9 





1,997.9 


1.333.1 


9,334.2 


869.3 


261.1 


1 .370.4 


1,103.7 


608.6 


3,170.9 


1,011.2 


539.6 


399.4 


N 


2.121.2 


1,259.6 


9,386.8 


812.5 


266.6 


1,342.0 


1 ,046.0 


601.0 


3,422.9 


1 ,034.6 


481.9 


379.3 


D 


1.968 7 


1,198.7 


8.108.9 


694.5 


222.9 


1.265.5 


977.5 


588.1 


2.667.6 


1 .040.3 


331.5 


321.0 


1985 J 


2,047.5 


1,275.2 


8,610.0 


731.9 


226.4 


1.315.2 


957.9 


513.7 


3.3855 


849.1 


320.2 


310.1 


F 


1 ,926.3 


1 ,272.3 


8,674.6 


781.2 


245.5 


1.294.1 


962.9 


584.3 


3.204.0 


955.6 


322.5 


324.5 


M 


1,996.7 


1,431.3 


9,844.3 


830.5 


263.8 


1.459.6 


1,142.4 


657.5 


3,605.3 


1,133.5 


383.6 


368.1 


A 


2,069.7 


1 ,426.0 


9,728.4 


857.3 


265.2 


1.376.7 


1,089.1 


643.1 


3,651.6 


1 ,025.9 


448.5 


370.9 


M 


2,174.2 


1,548.5 


10,395.9 


986.2 


281.6 


1,525.0 


1,169.6 


657.3 


3,822.9 


1,016.4 


550.8 


386.1 


J 


2,068.4 


1,512.4 


10,369.1 


988.3 


275.6 


1 .485.5 


1,157.0 


646.0 


3,735.7 


1,105.1 


579.7 


396.3 


J 


2,140.8 


1.260.1 


8,913.5 


937.6 


246.7 


1.296.8 


1 .078.8 


577.4 


2,946.9 


917.0 


550.7 


361.5 


A 


2,194.1 


1,304.3 


9,287.0 


955.6 


261.0 


1.275.0 


1 .208.0 


574.7 


3,143.7 


929.3 


554.1 


385.6 


s 


2,1847 


1 ,404 2 


10,363.2 


941.2 


292.4 


1.396.6 


1.253.8 


633.7 


3,722.0 


1,136.8 


565.7 


421.1 


o 


2,221.3 


1,376.0 


10,710.9 


979.5 


318.7 


1.448.9 


1 .285.2 


641.9 


3,930.1 


1 ,073.2 


602.9 


430.5 


N 


2.321.0 


1,348.8 


10,317.1 


890.3 


296.5 


1.342.4 


1,204.3 


641.1 


3,961.5 


1,068.0 


508.4 


404.8 


D 


2.395.4 


1.288.8 


9,166.3 


809.7 


260.3 


1,262.0 


1,074.7 


637.0 


3,254.6 


1,114.1 


396.0 


357.7 



1986 J 



2,315.2 



1.326.8 



9.726.3 



870.7 



257.9 



1,432.0 



1,059.5 



571.9 



3,809.0 



991.8 



386.2 



347.3 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 3 3 



1984 F 


2,0574 


1 .269.8 


8,440.4 


783.4 


238.7 


1.305.1 


959.6 


483.8 


3,031.5 


842.1 


435.2 


361.1 


M 


2,140.2 


1,300.3 


8,637.7 


799.7 


237.5 


1,317.3 


1,013.9 


541.3 


3,064.7 


867.8 


439.3 


356.2 


A 


2,098.6 


1,280.3 


8,396.5 


785.9 


236.2 


1,318.7 


1.001.3 


567.7 


2,875.4 


838.7 


425.6 


347.0 


M 


2,041.4 


1,315.2 


8,439.9 


774.8 


236.0 


1,314.7 


968.2 


564.3 


2,878.1 


911.5 


433.4 


358.9 


J 


1,978.3 


1,301.2 


8.698.0 


778.5 


236.9 


1,329.4 


1.029.1 


575.3 


3,019.9 


936.5 


434.7 


357.7 


J 


1,910.6 


1 ,346.8 


8.807.4 


793.0 


235.0 


1,334.8 


1.125.6 


569.4 


2,989.7 


965.0 


437.5 


357.3 


A 


1,956.1 


1,316.4 


8.997.4 


801.6 


224.9 


1 .383.3 


1 .024.6 


601.2 


3,246.0 


948.7 


422.1 


344.9 


S 


2,020.5 


1 ,285.8 


8.917.2 


820.4 


233.7 


1 .307.4 


1 .027.7 


575.4 


3,233.0 


944.5 


431.7 


343.4 


O 


1,954.4 


1,317.3 


8,849.8 


841.2 


231.8 


1 ,328.8 


1,008.7 


595.5 


3,098.2 


950.8 


444.3 


350.6 


N 


1 ,993.0 


1,301.3 


9,131.9 


832.3 


252.6 


1 ,359.7 


1 ,002.5 


588.6 


3,288.1 


981.2 


468.3 


358.7 


D 


1,944.5 


1.343.0 


9,374.0 


812.1 


248.4 


1.496.5 


1,035.3 


581.5 


3,411.4 


984.3 


445.3 


359.3 


1985 J 


2,034.4 


1.350.7 


9,191.2 


820.7 


246.8 


1 .336.8 


1,057.7 


577.4 


3,356.0 


990.1 


443.9 


361.9 


F 


2,075.2 


1.370.4 


9,217.6 


847.6 


255.1 


1 .350.4 


1,083.1 


591.5 


3,265.4 


1,021.7 


441.8 


361.1 


M 


2.062.0 


1.363.1 


9,188.1 


824.0 


253.8 


1.345.5 


1 ,055.0 


593.0 


3,261.2 


1 ,037.5 


457.3 


360.7 


A 


2,171.7 


1.365.5 


9,341.9 


840.4 


259.7 


1.321.7 


1,125.5 


621.3 


3,293.5 


1.047.5 


466.0 


366.3 


M 


2.137.0 


1.353.1 


9,470.3 


870.7 


270.8 


1 .356.9 


1,148.7 


606.9 


3.316.9 


1 .030.6 


482.1 


386.6 


J 


2.124.6 


1.376.8 


9.545.1 


875.2 


270.6 


1 .389.8 


1.136.2 


620.2 


3,358.6 


1 ,028.0 


486.7 


379.7 


J 


2.123.2 


1.347.3 


9,836.9 


916.2 


276.6 


1,406.0 


1,148.0 


621.0 


3,578.4 


1 ,026.0 


486.1 


378.6 


A 


2,117.3 


1.365.8 


10,000.1 


958.1 


273.3 


1,357.8 


1.191.3 


660.4 


3,649.0 


1 ,038.8 


487.2 


384.2 


S 


2,174.6 


1,388.6 


10.023.9 


935.7 


274.3 


1,387.4 


1.178.3 


636.7 


3,722.2 


1 ,025.0 


484.7 


379.6 


O 


2,148.3 


1,361.7 


10,176.9 


947.1 


287.2 


1,413.8 


1.169.6 


636.0 


3,810.9 


1 ,030.4 


503.2 


378.8 


N 


2.264.0 


1,392.3 


10,393.6 


947.8 


282.7 


1,382.9 


1.171.4 


639.6 


4,050.9 


1,022.4 


511.1 


384.8 


D 


2.2892 


1,413.0 


10,361.4 


927.8 


281.9 


1 ,440.2 


1.125.0 


636.1 


4,012.0 


1 ,033.9 


512.1 


392.3 


1986 J 


2.300.2 


1 ,426.0 


10.368.9 


961.9 


283.3 


1 ,479.8 


1.168.4 


621.9 


3,779.5 


1,129.7 


534.4 


410.0 


'Estimates of manufacturers' 


shipments are 


based on a monthly survey of 


i sample of manufacturing 


establishments benchmarked to the annual Census of Manufactures 




Note: All 


series are subject to revision each 


year when more 


recent Census of Manufactures data become available 












Source: 


nventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), 


Statistics Canada. 













70 



April 1986 



Section 6— Table 3 



Table 3: Manufacturing inventories 1 by industry based on the 1980 standard industrial classification (million dollars). Projected from 1982 
Census of Manufactures benchmark 















Non-durable goods industries 


























Leather 








Paper 


Printing 


End of 


Total 














and 








and 


publish- 


period 


inventories 








Tobacco 


Rubber 


Plastics 


allied 


Primary 


Textile 




allied 


ing and 


and month 


owned 


Total 


Food 


Beverage 


products 


products 


products 


products 


textile 


products 


Clothing 


products 


allied 


D 


317836 


317837 


317838 


317867 


317872 


317875 


317879 


317886 


317892 


317898 


317909 


317931 


317948 


D 


318159 


318160 


318161 


318162 


318163 


318164 


318165 


318166 


318167 


318168 


318169 


318170 


318171 


1984 


33,643.7 


16,566.3 


2,995.3 


1,008.1 


720.2 


479.0 


442.5 


249.3 


460.1 


455.5 


1,046.1 


2.177.6 


623.5 


1985 


34,107.2 


16.197.6 


3.121.2 


1,031.5 


586.4 


452.4 


466.3 


250.0 


431.5 


432.8 


1,075.3 


2.141.7 


642.3 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 
























1984 F 


32,183.3 


15.732.2 


2,793.9 


1,013.1 


802.7 


417.7 


456.5 


234.5 


441.9 


491.4 


971.7 


2.070 1 


551.7 


M 


32,569.0 


15.948.1 


2,798.1 


1 ,053.5 


803.2 


433.0 


471.4 


253.7 


450.7 


486.0 


965.9 


2,046.8 


5643 


A 


32,890.2 


16.077.9 


2.842.1 


1.043.8 


769.7 


444.5 


481.4 


2666 


444.1 


481.4 


1.020.6 


2.052.7 


5856 


M 


32,890.6 


15,811.1 


2,816.4 


1.081.0 


744.2 


392.6 


484.4 


287.4 


442.1 


4700 


1,090.2 


1,979.7 


614.7 


J 


32,732.4 


15,732.9 


2,777.3 


1.081.9 


694.8 


454.5 


477.1 


298.4 


443.0 


456.5 


1,134.8 


2,001.4 


628.4 


J 


32,838.1 


15,939.7 


2,779.6 


1 ,062.2 


682.7 


458.4 


461.1 


290.0 


451.5 


444.9 


1,115.8 


2,042.6 


656.3 


A 


33,038.5 


16.048.1 


2,822.2 


1,051.7 


642.8 


484.6 


448.8 


277.6 


450.2 


442.5 


1 ,086.8 


2,085.8 


659.9 


S 


33,092.5 


15.920.7 


2,899.9 


1,054.9 


580.1 


472.5 


439.0 


267.1 


447.5 


449.3 


1 ,070.0 


2,112.9 


648.9 





33,389.7 


16,095.8 


3.019.9 


1,068.6 


651.3 


463.0 


442.0 


257.1 


447.0 


447.4 


1 ,046.4 


2.195.7 


622.1 


N 


33,191.6 


16,017.9 


3.074.0 


1,064.0 


706.4 


453.9 


444.2 


252.9 


452.1 


455.8 


1 ,027.9 


2.132.0 


615.6 


D 


33,643.7 


16,566.3 


2,995.3 


1,008.1 


720.2 


479.0 


442.5 


2493 


460.1 


455.5 


1,046.1 


2,177.6 


623.5 


1985 J 


33,846.3 


16,604.4 


2,992.0 


1 ,045.6 


784.3 


483.3 


463.8 


254.4 


452.0 


469.5 


1,083.9 


2.217.6 


652.0 


F 


34,010.8 


16,555.3 


2,868.5 


1,047.2 


789.0 


477.2 


474.1 


251.0 


458.6 


467.8 


1,088 5 


2,219.7 


663.2 


M 


34,421.9 


16,873.4 


2,906.9 


1,069.1 


772.7 


477.7 


481.3 


251.6 


463.5 


471.7 


1,124.6 


2,275.9 


686.2 


A 


34,322.4 


16,758.3 


2,917.9 


1 ,084.0 


775.4 


490.1 


468.0 


263.5 


459.7 


434.1 


1,176.7 


2,190.3 


727.8 


M 


33,926.9 


16,385.5 


2,899.4 


1,091.8 


798.7 


479.8 


462.8 


285.3 


454.6 


429.5 


1 .206.0 


2,132.9 


728.6 


J 


34,034.1 


16,394.6 


2,780.8 


1,105.5 


728.5 


486.7 


461.4 


287.4 


455.3 


429 2 


1,228.0 


2,105.5 


739.9 


J 


34,024.1 


16.500.0 


2,879.0 


1 ,095.3 


693.4 


463.9 


443.8 


290.1 


431.4 


408.1 


1.187.3 


2,140.6 


750.1 


A 


34,417.9 


16,713.9 


3,068.0 


1 ,070.9 


659.0 


462.6 


451.0 


285.8 


4304 


420.0 


1,158.3 


2.1842 


738.0 


S 


34,392.2 


16,556.8 


3,117.7 


1 .075.8 


633.1 


452.0 


454.9 


267.1 


4275 


420.7 


1.100.3 


2,170.1 


732.4 





34,397.3 


16.594.6 


3,192.1 


1 ,085.5 


675.1 


452.4 


458 1 


250.5 


435.2 


4090 


1.070.9 


2,201.8 


704.5 


N 


34,406.1 


16,616.3 


3,256.8 


1 ,068.2 


711.4 


446.0 


459.7 


244.8 


435.9 


412.7 


1.070 1 


2.209.8 


691.1 


D 


34,107.2 


16,197.6 


3,121.2 


1,031.5 


586.4 


452.4 


466.3 


250.0 


431.5 


4328 


1.075.3 


2,141.7 


642.3 



1986 J 34,377.4 16,436.8 

Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 1 1 



3,102.7 



1 ,076.4 



590.9 



473.6 



494.9 



256.0 



442.9 



440.8 



1 ,080.5 



2,170.7 



651.6 



1984 F 


31 ,824.6 


15,451.5 


2,828.1 


1 .025.9 


697.4 


413.9 


442.8 


242.1 


448.6 


473.1 


1 ,000.3 


2,0097 


560.7 


M 


31,923.7 


15,444.4 


2,812.4 


1,042.9 


715.1 


423.0 


454.5 


255.3 


449.5 


463.2 


986.4 


1,985.2 


5688 


A 


32,441 .7 


15,835.6 


2,868.9 


1 ,029.5 


715.2 


431.4 


463.3 


256.4 


441.1 


472.8 


1,004.2 


2,064.4 


573.2 


M 


32,730.0 


15,856.9 


2,874.7 


1,057.5 


709.9 


383.4 


470.6 


262.0 


440.7 


467.6 


1.017.1 


2,039.2 


5958 


J 


32,818.9 


15,902.3 


2,875.4 


1,060.3 


709.4 


444.0 


469.6 


266.3 


440.9 


452.5 


1,043.6 


2,079.2 


607.2 


J 


33,195.1 


16,177.8 


2,879.2 


1,057.9 


738.6 


461.6 


466.9 


270.6 


448.6 


461.8 


1,052.2 


2,0922 


628.2 


A 


33,242.9 


16,160.3 


2,836.6 


1,062.1 


752.1 


487.4 


459.9 


267.9 


447.9 


456.8 


1,066.2 


2.100.0 


638.6 


S 


33,322.9 


16,118.3 


2,861.1 


1 ,059.7 


717.0 


483.1 


453.8 


277.6 


444.2 


457.5 


1.101.0 


2,130.4 


637.2 


O 


33,601.5 


16,273.4 


2,907.7 


1 ,057.7 


715.4 


474.7 


4572 


279.3 


445.0 


461.4 


1,102.7 


2,155.9 


645.5 


N 


33,428.3 


16,125.6 


2.932.4 


1 ,059.5 


718.6 


473.8 


461.1 


275.5 


451.5 


463.5 


1 ,090.2 


2,101.1 


645.0 


D 


34,136.4 


16,822.9 


2,987.8 


1 ,052.2 


703.7 


488.0 


454.5 


270.2 


461.0 


460.3 


1,104.0 


2,209.7 


659.3 


1985 J 


33,694.7 


16,391.5 


2,940.8 


1,062.0 


702.2 


480.6 


459.0 


266.3 


463.9 


458.8 


1,106.3 


2,166.6 


667.3 


F 


33,678.9 


16,277.4 


2,904.4 


1 ,062.8 


689.5 


473.2 


459.1 


259.3 


465.0 


450.6 


1,120.1 


2.158.1 


674.1 


M 


33,757.2 


16,342.3 


2,921.6 


1,058.6 


690.0 


465.7 


463.2 


2532 


462.2 


448.7 


1,148.5 


2,200.7 


692.8 


A 


33,849.2 


16.493.3 


2,945.7 


1,069.6 


718.9 


474.9 


449.9 


253.4 


456.5 


426.7 


1,156.1 


2,201.9 


712.3 


M 


33,741.1 


16,414.0 


2,958.1 


1 ,067.6 


759.6 


468.6 


449.3 


261.0 


453.3 


427.1 


1,125.7 


2,189.7 


706.0 


J 


34,114.7 


16,563.7 


2,881.3 


1 ,081 .9 


741.5 


475.6 


453.6 


258.0 


453.3 


426.0 


1,127.0 


2,184.7 


715.2 


J 


34,385.3 


16,744.7 


2.984.6 


1 ,089.9 


743.7 


467.0 


449.8 


270.9 


428.3 


423.1 


1,119.1 


2,187.5 


718.9 


A 


34,614.3 


16,830.3 


3.086.8 


1 ,081 .5 


766.3 


4645 


462.7 


275.8 


428.5 


433.3 


1,136.1 


2,197.2 


713.5 


S 


34,637.9 


16,774.5 


3.074.4 


1 .079.7 


783.6 


462.2 


471.5 


277.5 


424.8 


428.6 


1,131.6 


2,190.9 


718.7 


O 


34,630.9 


16,790.2 


3,072.2 


1 ,073.0 


754.9 


463.3 


474.9 


272.0 


433.4 


421.8 


1.128.8 


2,164.7 


731.1 


N 


34,666.4 


16,736.9 


3,102.9 


1,063.5 


737.4 


465.6 


477.5 


2678 


435.5 


419.7 


1.135.8 


2.177.5 


724.0 


D 


34,646.2 


16,460.8 


3,115.6 


1,080.1 


573.6 


460.8 


479.0 


272.0 


432.3 


437.0 


1,134.5 


2.171.5 


680.9 



1986 J 



34.269.2 16,258.9 



3,049.5 



1,094.6 



532.1 



470.8 



489.8 



268.6 



455.0 



4307 



1.102.7 



2,121.5 



6674 



'Total inventories owned by manufacturers including warehouse stocks. 

Note: All series are subject to revision each year when more recent Census of Manufactures data become available 



71 



Section 6— Table 3 /Concluded 



April 1986 



Table 3: Manufacturing inventories 1 by industry based on the 1980 standard industrial classification (million dollars). Projected from 1982 
Census of Manufactures benchmark. /concluded 





Nondurable goods 
(concl.) 










Durable goods 


industries 










End of 
period 
and month 


Refined Chemical 

petroleum and 

and coal chemical 

products products 


Total 


Wood 


Furniture 

and 

fixture 


Primary 
metal 


Fabri- 
cated 
metal 
products 


Machinery 


Trans- 
portation 
equipment 


Electrical 

& electronic 

products 


Non- 
metallic 
mineral 
products 


Other 
mfgrg 


D 

D 


317959 317964 
318172 318173 


317981 
318174 


317982 
318175 


318001 
318176 


318013 
318177 


318026 
318178 


318057 
318179 


318066 
318180 


318087 
318181 


318112 
318182 


318133 
318183 



1984 
1985 



3.307.5 
2,764.5 



2.601.6 
2.801 .7 



17,077.4 
17,909.6 



1,632.8 
1,682.5 



521.1 
553.6 



3.164.9 
3,145.5 



1 .926.5 
2,150.5 



1,918.3 
1,932.3 



3,463.4 
3,899.0 



2,796.8 
2,836.9 



677.7 
694.8 



976.1 
1.014.5 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



2.941.0 
3,046.1 
3,044.4 
2.886.8 
2,840.6 
3,052 1 
3,106.8 
3.019.1 
2,938.2 
2,808.8 
3.307.5 



2,546 1 
2,575.5 
2,600.8 
2.521.5 
2.444.0 
2,442.8 
2,488.4 
2,459.5 
2,497.2 
2,530.5 
2.601.6 



16,451.2 
16,620.9 
16,812.3 
17,079.5 
16,999.6 
16,898.4 
16,990.5 
17,171.8 
17,293.9 
17,173.7 
17,077.4 



1,752.1 
1,735.2 
1,697.7 

1 .638.4 
1,615.9 
1,595.5 

1 .572.5 

1 .599.6 
1.581.4 
1,599.1 
1,632.8 



520.5 
524.9 
547.2 
550.8 
552.4 
536.9 
543.1 
534.7 
534.2 
525.9 
521.1 



2,776.5 
2,704.2 
2,748.1 
2,868.5 
2,894.4 
2,997.2 
3,062.9 
3,146.8 
3,189.9 
3,159.3 
3,164.9 



2,036.1 
2,093.4 
2,081.4 
2,133.8 
2,116.6 
2,063.6 
2,041.1 
2.009.8 
2,021.5 
2,026.6 
1,926.5 



1,787.5 
1,795.4 
1.832.3 
1 ,902.5 
1 ,880.5 
1,882.6 
1.891.8 
1,906.7 
1 .945.2 
1,950.5 
1,918.3 



3.310.6 
3.375.1 
3.389.3 
3,375.8 
3,332.8 
3,316.6 
3,354.3 
3,425.4 
3.494.8 
3,445.8 
3.463.4 



2,606.1 
2,686.1 
2,787.4 
2,859.3 
2,877.0 
2,835.2 
2,857.6 
2,875.3 
2.894.7 
2,840.3 
2,796.8 



678.1 
688.0 
706.4 
709.6 
689.4 
681.2 
668.1 
675.3 
665.5 
670.6 
677.7 



983.7 
1,018.6 

1 .022.6 

1 .040.7 
1 .040.5 

989.7 
999.1 
998.2 
966.6 
955.7 
976.1 



1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



3,164.0 
3,112.0 
3,135.8 
2.961 9 
2,727.3 
2,940.7 
3,059.7 
3,105.9 
3,058.5 
2.962.7 
2,860.1 
2,764.5 



2.542.0 
2.638.5 
2,756.2 
2.809.0 
2.689.0 
2,645.8 
2,657.1 
2,680.1 
2,646.6 
2,696.7 
2.749.8 
2,801.7 



17.241.9 
17,455.5 
17,548.5 
17,564.1 
17,541.4 
17,639.4 
17.524.1 
17,704.0 
17,835.4 
17,802.8 
17,789.8 
17.909.6 



1,714.0 
1,747 5 
1 .770.8 
1.683.5 
1.600.2 
1.540.2 
1 .508.2 
1 ,530.0 
1.568.6 
1,626.7 
1.645.6 
1,682.5 



522.6 
526.3 
510.6 
514.4 
523.3 
530.1 
519.6 
533.9 
531.0 
541.0 
546.1 
553.6 



2.992.0 
2,923.9 
2,860.7 
2,857.4 
2,835.6 
2,919.9 
2,895.5 
2,956.8 
3,037.2 
3,064.1 
3,122.2 
3.145.5 



2,013.3 
2,085.3 
2,076.5 
2,129.5 
2,128.8 
2,132.9 
2,148.6 
2.178.1 
2,171.2 
2,171.3 
2,120.1 
2.150.5 



1,934.0 
1.959.5 
1.956.3 
1.976.8 
1.977.2 
2,016.7 
2,010.6 
1,975.8 
2.017.6 
1,963.1 
1.936.0 
1 .932.3 



3.548.4 
3,588.7 
3,662.1 
3,675.0 
3,692.3 
3,760.9 
3,749.3 
3,812.3 
3.824.6 
3,802.8 
3,860.7 
3,899.0 



2,835.4 
2,909.2 
2,919.0 
2.943.0 
2,999.9 
2,960.6 
2,948.3 
2,955.8 
2,950.8 
2.928.0 
2,883.3 
2,836.9 



679.7 
696.4 
710.8 
706.9 
702.9 
694.3 
694.4 
684.5 
680.0 
663.1 
669.0 
694.8 



1,002.4 
1,018.6 
1 .081 .6 
1.077.6 
1,081.3 
1.083.8 
1.049.7 
1,076.8 
1 .054.4 
1,042.8 
1,006.7 
1.014.5 



1986 J 



2,811.8 



2,844.0 



17,940.6 



1,768.7 



566.7 



3.032.3 



2,196.4 



1,873.8 



3.861 2 



2,877.2 



709.1 



1 ,055.3 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 2 1 



1984 F 


2,835.4 


2,473.6 


16,373.1 


1,615.0 


515.6 


2.819.0 


2,037.6 


1 ,754.9 


3,391.6 


2,600.9 


671.0 


967.4 


M 


2,852.3 


2,435.8 


16,479.3 


1,601.2 


521.7 


2,807.1 


2,058.9 


1 .765.5 


3,400.1 


2,664.4 


667.2 


993.1 


A 


3,011 9 


2,503.4 


16.606.0 


1.641.9 


535.6 


2,842.4 


2.025.9 


1 ,800.9 


3,381.8 


2,714.7 


681.1 


981.8 


M 


3,027.0 


2,511.6 


16,873.1 


1,656.7 


535.7 


2,914.5 


2,074.0 


1,866.1 


3,373.6 


2,768.6 


685.3 


998.6 


J 


2,946.7 


2.507.1 


16,916.7 


1,672.5 


538.7 


2,933.8 


2.072.7 


1 ,884.9 


3,332.0 


2.805.8 


673.6 


1.002.7 


J 


3,121.2 


2,498.8 


17,017.3 


1,679.5 


542.9 


3,011.9 


2,042.5 


1 .936.7 


3,312.3 


2,825.3 


673.9 


992.3 


A 


3,047.0 


2,537.7 


17,082.6 


1 ,658.5 


545.3 


3,057.7 


2,032.4 


1.932.1 


3,303.8 


2,867.4 


680.9 


1.004.4 


S 


2.969.2 


2,526.4 


17,204.5 


1 .659.7 


545.8 


3,101.0 


2,011.5 


1 .938.3 


3,347.7 


2,894.0 


689.6 


1.016.7 


O 


3,001.2 


2,569.7 


17.328.1 


1,621.0 


543.3 


3,117.4 


2,056.7 


1 .950.2 


3,433.4 


2,906.4 


691.3 


1.008.3 


N 


2.871.1 


2,582.2 


17,302.7 


1,641.6 


537.6 


3,064.0 


2,073.9 


1,951.7 


3,429.0 


2,899.7 


697.4 


1.007.9 


D 


3.371.3 


2,600.8 


17,313.6 


1.644.9 


530.0 


3,040.2 


2,005.6 


1,932.4 


3.532.2 


2,923.3 


692.2 


1,012.8 


1985 J 


3,101.6 


2.516.2 


17,303.1 


1,642.5 


522.7 


2.945.9 


2.072.0 


1,921.0 


3,607.0 


2.893.4 


685.0 


1,013.5 


F 


2,996.6 


2,564.6 


17,401.5 


1,612.5 


520.9 


2,969.1 


2,090.0 


1 ,923.5 


3.691.8 


2,902.4 


689.6 


1,001.7 


M 


2,935.5 


2,601 .5 


17,414.9 


1 ,635.4 


507.9 


2,972.1 


2,047.6 


1,924.1 


3,685.8 


2,897.3 


689.9 


1.054.9 


A 


2,928.5 


2,699.0 


17,355.8 


1 ,628.0 


502.9 


2,956.4 


2,076.1 


1 ,944.0 


3,667.8 


2,864.0 


682.4 


1,034.3 


M 


2,871.5 


2.676.4 


17,327.1 


1 ,620.8 


509.3 


2.877.2 


2,070.1 


1 ,938.5 


3,692.7 


2.903.4 


679.0 


1 .036.2 


J 


3,053.1 


2.712.5 


17,550.9 


1 ,594.4 


517.3 


2,956.9 


2,088.0 


2,022.6 


3,761.7 


2.887.9 


679.0 


1.043.1 


J 


3,138.8 


2,722.9 


17,640.6 


1 ,590.6 


525.8 


2,911 5 


2,123.5 


2,066.4 


3,742.5 


2,940.1 


686.8 


1,053.5 


A 


3,046.9 


2,737.3 


17,784.0 


1,615.9 


535.9 


2,953.3 


2,160.7 


2,020.7 


3.746.5 


2,969.7 


698.8 


1.082.5 


s 


3,008.9 


2,722.0 


17,863.4 


1 ,627.9 


541.6 


2,995.2 


2,170.4 


2,052.0 


3.738.5 


2.971 .0 


6939 


1 .072.8 





3,026.4 


2,773.7 


17.840.8 


1 ,668.5 


550.0 


3,001.7 


2,198.3 


1 ,968.0 


3,738.6 


2,938.7 


689.9 


1.087.1 


N 


2,924.5 


2,805.0 


17.929.5 


1 ,687.2 


558.1 


3,036.7 


2,162.8 


1 .937.9 


3.843.3 


2.944.7 


696.3 


1.062.6 


D 


2,824.7 


2.798.8 


18,185.4 


1.691.4 


563.0 


3,032.8 


2,249.5 


1 .946.7 


3,974.1 


2,965.2 


708.8 


1,053.8 


1986 J 


2,759.0 


2.8173 


18,010.3 


1.688.9 


567.2 


2,9892 


2,262.8 


1 .862.3 


3,922.9 


2,936.4 


714.3 


1 ,066 2 



'Total inventories owned by manufacturers including warehouse stocks. 

Note: All series are subject to revision each year when more recent Census of Manufactures data become available 

Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



72 



April 1986 



Section 6 — Table 4 



Table 4: Estimated value of shipments and unfilled orders in manufacturing industries, by economic use classification, 

based on the 1980 standard industrial classification (million dollars). Projected from 1982 Census of Manufactures benchmark. 











Shipments' 












Unfilled orders at end 


of month 




















Supple- 














Supple- 




Consumer 


goods 




Con- 
struction 
materials 


Other 
inter- 




mentary 
classifi- 
cation: 


Consumer 


Goods 




Con- 
struction 


Other 
inter- 
mediate 


Export- 


mentary 
classifi- 




Non- 




Non- 




cation: 


Year 


durable 






and 


mediate 


Export- 


auto- 


durable 






materials 


goods 


oriented 


auto- 


and 


and semi- 




Capital 


compo- 


goods & 


oriented 


motive 


and semi- 




Capital 


and com- 


and 


indus- 


motive 


month 


durable 


Durable 


goods 


nents 


supplies 


industries 


products 


durable 


Durable 


goods 


ponents 


supplies 


tries 


products 


D 


315667 


315668 


315669 


315670 


315671 


315672 


315673 


316377 


316378 


316379 


316380 


316381 


316382 


316383 


D 


315699 


315700 


315701 


315702 


315703 


315704 


315705 


316409 


316410 


316411 


316412 


316413 


316414 


316415 


1984 


69,218.0 


7,100.6 


19,181.5 


16,129.7 


66,175.3 


49.036.4 


58,627.9 


613.8 


394.8 


14,733.0 


2,540.0 


3.492.5 


1.228.2 


1 .337.5 


1985 


72,766.2 


7,501 .8 


21,949.9 


17,910.8 


69,295.8 


53,561.7 


64,492.0 


583.4 


501.7 


15,079.2 


2.613.8 


3,850.7 


1,067.3 


1 .340.8 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 
























1984 F 


5,430.9 


573.4 


1,444.4 


1,142.4 


5,279.9 


3,8876 


4.797.2 


579.3 


467.9 


14.210.7 


2.360.9 


3.663.3 


1 ,090.6 


1,358.8 


M 


5,905.2 


595.0 


1,676.3 


1.280.4 


5.895.7 


4,293.4 


5,349.9 


620.3 


443.5 


14,319.0 


2.404.5 


3,810.2 


1.169.1 


1 ,469.4 


A 


5,468.4 


566.5 


1,513.7 


1,273.2 


5,445.4 


4,073.7 


4,880.9 


656.8 


429.6 


14,379.5 


2,438.4 


3.792.6 


1 ,207 


1.504.9 


M 


5,839.7 


601.9 


1,567.0 


1,441.8 


6,034.0 


4,449.2 


5.187.6 


733.5 


414.5 


14.809.9 


2,501.4 


3.686.9 


1,239.1 


1 ,469.3 


J 


5,986.1 


649.4 


1 ,695.4 


1.523.1 


5.904.9 


4.455.3 


5,090.5 


766.1 


407.9 


14,890.2 


2,499.8 


3,803.5 


1,217.2 


1,406.9 


J 


5,612.6 


556.1 


1.395.3 


1,384.3 


5,095.4 


3,568.3 


4,216.0 


754.4 


393.5 


14,827.9 


2,493.9 


3.627.0 


1.190.5 


1 .382.0 


A 


6,005.5 


588.8 


1,521.4 


1,479.9 


5,409.9 


4,012.4 


4.696.9 


717.2 


426.0 


15.006.4 


2,557.2 


3.825.7 


1.149.7 


1 .382.9 


S 


5,957.3 


642.2 


1.668.2 


1,444.2 


5,509.6 


4,014.8 


4.809.3 


658.8 


399 1 


14,896.4 


2,477.3 


3.762.0 


1,152.9 


1 ,356.0 





6,049.0 


660.1 


1,692.8 


1,532.9 


5,810.0 


4,296.3 


4,967.4 


614.6 


395.5 


14.859.4 


2,657.2 


3,696.2 


1.216.7 


1 ,366.7 


N 


6,097.0 


6164 


1,814.7 


1 ,425.4 


5,7045 


4,305.8 


5,267.5 


628.7 


3844 


14,810.6 


2.6269 


3.544.0 


1.218.6 


1,346.1 


D 


5,640.1 


514.1 


1,837.5 


1,152.0 


4,983.4 


3,691.4 


4,347.1 


613.8 


394.8 


14,733.0 


2.540.0 


3,492.5 


1,228.2 


1,337.5 


1985 J 


5.462.3 


496.3 


1 ,497.0 


1.128.0 


5.476.4 


4,224.9 


5,237.6 


673.2 


427.8 


14.869 


2.601.5 


3,697.2 


1.188.2 


1 ,402.8 


F 


5,538.8 


542.2 


1 ,660.5 


1,208.6 


5,362.3 


4,112.0 


4,914.4 


660.3 


443.0 


14,710.0 


2,635.2 


3,867.1 


1,205.3 


1,385.6 


M 


5,877.8 


621.7 


1 .968.0 


1 ,378.3 


5,985.7 


4,533.8 


5,270.4 


646.0 


438.4 


15,302.8 


2.616.0 


3,883.6 


1,190.9 


1,398.5 


A 


5,770.6 


612.9 


1.819.2 


1,417.7 


5,929.3 


4.485.7 


5.407.5 


647.8 


439.7 


15,172.7 


2.625.0 


3,900.2 


1,140.9 


1 ,407.9 


M 


6,099.1 


651.2 


1,812.1 


1,610.1 


6,302.8 


4.819.1 


5.726.3 


729.6 


449.9 


15,173.7 


2,699.6 


4,033.3 


1,133.2 


1 ,360.2 


J 


6.178.8 


667.6 


1,958.3 


1,698.1 


5,990.5 


4,698.2 


5,442.0 


744.8 


455.0 


15,295.7 


2,717.6 


3.865.5 


1,102.4 


1,354.3 


J 


6,048.3 


590.9 


1,681.7 


1 ,536.6 


5,389.2 


3,939.5 


4,823.6 


726.6 


475.9 


15,185.2 


2,755.4 


3,969.0 


1.100.7 


1.400.0 


A 


6,267.2 


619.5 


1,699.2 


1,593.8 


5,618.3 


4,189.6 


5,035.4 


664.6 


512.6 


15,460.4 


2,822.6 


4,001.0 


1,070.4 


1,377.9 


S 


6,349.2 


698.6 


1 ,938.5 


1 ,696.2 


5,9540 


4,621.6 


5,611.5 


644.6 


486.8 


15,403.2 


2,6776 


3,948.4 


1 .088.0 


1 ,369.0 





6,471 .4 


741.9 


1,874.6 


1,734.9 


6,208.8 


4,915.3 


5,844.7 


602.1 


519.0 


15.305.1 


2,722.9 


3,947.2 


1 ,085.5 


1.318.4 


N 


6,400.8 


667.3 


1 .960.6 


1,581.5 


5,867.1 


4,805.2 


5,935.1 


592.5 


531.8 


15,175.4 


2,609.1 


3,973.8 


1,113.3 


1,354.9 


D 


6,301.9 


591.7 


2.080.4 


1 .326.8 


5,211.3 


4,216.9 


5,243.5 


583.4 


501.7 


15,079.2 


2,613.8 


3,850.7 


1,067.3 


1,340.8 



1986 J 6,007.6 589.4 1,742.0 

Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D 2 2 2 



1,336.0 5,727.2 4,682.6 5,883.7 



610.8 



531.4 15,232.6 2,629.6 4,015.8 1,065.0 1,397.3 



1984 F 


5,593.9 


602.5 


1 ,459.9 


1 ,276.6 


5,356.8 


3,859.7 


4,782.3 


628.0 


452.3 


14.189.4 


2,350.3 


3.606.3 


1 ,072.4 


1.339.5 


M 


5,857.8 


580.5 


1 ,493.8 


1,310.2 


5,427.4 


3,929.9 


5,025.9 


653.2 


439.7 


14.290.5 


2,4023 


3,677.5 


1,135.9 


1,459.6 


A 


5,806.2 


572.7 


1,519.3 


1 ,320.0 


5,378.2 


3,818.7 


4,787.2 


643.3 


422.8 


14,472.1 


2,397.4 


3,650.3 


1,200.2 


1.456.9 


M 


5.792.8 


590.6 


1,545.5 


1 ,332.9 


5,475.0 


3.947.8 


4,762.8 


665.7 


419.8 


14,955.0 


2,419.6 


3,629.5 


1,220.6 


1,457.3 


J 


5,782.2 


592.9 


1.579.5 


1,331.5 


5,553.4 


4,011.5 


4,824.5 


678.4 


411.3 


15,195.6 


2,461.9 


3,725.3 


1,224.7 


1,411.8 


J 


5,652.7 


595.3 


1,584.3 


1 ,366.0 


5.621.8 


4,094.1 


4,696.0 


677.1 


397.3 


15,081.3 


2,472.4 


3.547.9 


1,197.9 


1,319.8 


A 


5,684.4 


576.8 


1,651.7 


1.353.6 


5.542.8 


4,284.4 


4,882.8 


680.1 


410.5 


15,177.9 


2,519.5 


3.702.4 


1,190.0 


1.330.5 


s 


5,780.7 


576.8 


1.628.6 


1.348.0 


5,525.0 


4,207.5 


4,952.1 


662.8 


400.6 


14,692.1 


2.532.0 


3,721.5 


1,167.4 


1.354.9 





5,719.3 


578.4 


1 ,668.4 


1,374.3 


5,519.0 


4,181.9 


4,741.1 


663.3 


395.3 


14,652.8 


2,636.9 


3.778.6 


1,212.7 


1,418.3 


N 


5,857.9 


589.5 


1,716.9 


1,378.9 


5,615.4 


4,301.7 


5.067.6 


686.6 


3954 


14,493.2 


2,673.7 


3.742.8 


1.218.4 


1 ,424.7 


D 


5,853.6 


593.9 


1.720.3 


1,375.3 


5,707.3 


4,305.1 


5.020.1 


685.0 


410.5 


14,671.4 


2.665.5 


3.835.8 


1.235.6 


1 .423.3 


1985 J 


5,896.6 


598.4 


1 ,709.5 


1,391.1 


5,657.5 


4,228.2 


5,039.2 


690.5 


425.2 


14,764.2 


2,645.9 


3.808.8 


1,196.1 


1.392.1 


F 


5,928.8 


597.6 


1,764.1 


1,416.5 


5,670.8 


4.280.8 


5,138.4 


715.4 


428.2 


14.682.1 


2.624.2 


3,810.7 


1,185.0 


1 ,370.5 


M 


5,912.8 


606.9 


1.765.2 


1 ,433.9 


5,623.9 


4,265.7 


5,076.2 


680.3 


435.3 


15,273.7 


2,608.5 


3,746.1 


1,156.4 


1,385.2 


A 


6,063.7 


618.0 


1.830.9 


1 ,453.8 


5,730.5 


4,204.4 


5.304.7 


635.3 


433.6 


15,287.4 


2,582.4 


3,752.0 


1,134.9 


1,363.0 


M 


6,020.9 


629.3 


1,756.2 


1,484.8 


5,765.8 


4,255.4 


5,222.5 


662.1 


454.4 


15,313.0 


2,613.6 


3,971.7 


1,115.7 


1,350.5 


J 


6,049.1 


621.6 


1,852.7 


1,505.1 


5,721.0 


4,277.4 


5,199.3 


659.4 


459.7 


15.612.7 


2,680.3 


3,787.4 


1,109.2 


1 ,359.2 


J 


6,028.7 


621.9 


1,873.2 


1,485.1 


5,832.8 


4,407.1 


5,286.1 


651.3 


481.5 


15,455.7 


2,732.9 


3,881 2 


1,107.2 


1 ,336.2 


A 


6.017.6 


625.5 


1,884.1 


1,508.1 


5,868.2 


4,609.5 


5,413.0 


630.9 


493.4 


15.626.1 


2,778.1 


3,8683 


1,108.7 


1 .326.8 


S 


6,064.2 


610.8 


1,866.1 


1,537.1 


5,854.7 


4,642.8 


5,5470 


649.7 


488.7 


15.199.5 


2.735.5 


3,909.7 


1,101.4 


1,368.8 


O 


6,123.9 


657.4 


1,864.7 


1.554.7 


5,887.4 


4,824.4 


5,582.7 


649.7 


518.7 


15,090.8 


2.701.1 


4.038.4 


1.083 6 


1,370.7 


N 


6,243.4 


648.0 


1,869.6 


1.576.2 


5.893.1 


4.963.9 


5,933.6 


645.8 


545.8 


14,844.4 


2.654.5 


4.196.7 


1.111.4 


1,430.5 


D 


6,461.2 


671.4 


1,939.5 


1,547.0 


5,833.4 


4,855.5 


5.9647 


650.6 


522.0 


15,007.2 


2,743.3 


4,225.0 


1 ,073.4 


1,425.3 


1986 J 


6,456.4 


698.7 


1,951.3 


1,642.3 


5.961.3 


4,660.1 


5.623.8 


626.5 


527.7 


15,126.7 


2,675 1 


4.1353 


1,072.6 


1 ,386.7 



'Separate industries series combined for the Supplementary Classification automotive products, are also components of other classifications Other economic use classification groups are 

mutually exclusive and except for rounding differences add to relevant Canada totals in section 6. table 1. 

Note: All series are subject to revision each year when more recent Census of Manufactures data become available. 

Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



73 



Section 6— Table 5 

Table 5: Estimated value of inventories owned and raw materials in manufacturing industries, by economic use classification, 
based on the 1980 standard industrial classification (million dollars). Projected from 1982 Census of Manufactures benchmark. 



April 1986 







Inventories 


owned 




Inventories held; 


rotal 






Inventories 


held: raw 


materials 








Consumer 






Supple- 




















Supple- 




goods 




Con- 


mentary 








Consumer 


goods 










mentary 








struction 
materials 


classifi- 
cation: 


Consumer 


Inter- 
mediate 


Export- 








Con- 
struction 


Inter- 
mediate 


Export- 


classifi- 




Non- 


Non- 




cation: 


End of 


durable 




and 


auto- 


goods 


goods 


oriented 


durable 






materials 


goods 


oriented 


auto- 


period 
and month 


and semj- 


Capital 


compo- 


motive 




and 


indus- 


and semi- 




Capital 
goods 


and com- 


and 


indus- 


motive 


durable 


goods 


nents 


products 


Durable 


supplies 


tries 


durable 


Durable 


ponents 


supplies 


tries 


products 


D 


318152 


318154 


318155 


318158 


316733 


316736 


316737 


317087 


317088 


317089 


317090 


317091 


317092 


317093 


D 


318184 


318186 


318187 


318190 


316765 


316768 


316769 


317119 


317120 


317121 


317122 


317123 


317124 


317125 


1984 


8,741.8 


5.462.2 


2.684.1 


5.501.3 


1,474.3 


10,206.7 


5,074.5 


3,715.8 


680.3 


2,316.8 


1,324.1 


4,539.6 


1.864.7 


2.061.1 


1985 


8,320.1 


5,932.9 


2.882.7 


5,038.1 


1,496.5 


10,309.7 


5,165.3 


3,468.5 


706.8 


2,372.3 


1 ,350.6 


4,529.0 


1.775.7 


1 .708.9 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 
























1984 F 


8.089.3 


5,0786 


2,732.0 


4,965.1 


1 ,534.8 


9,698.2 


5,050.4 


3,161.3 


697.2 


2,133.7 


1 ,285.3 


4,189.7 


1.801.8 


1 ,554.3 


M 


8,308.9 


5,139.3 


2,801.0 


5,162.1 


1 ,560.7 


9.684.0 


5,075.0 


3,267.5 


706.8 


2,154.7 


1,315.8 


4,100.4 


1,801.8 


1 ,604.0 


A 


8,411.3 


5,284.3 


2,839.8 


5,184.9 


1,568.3 


9.780.4 


5.006.2 


3,487.7 


702.9 


2,262.6 


1,316.3 


4,161.1 


1,760.1 


1,748.1 


M 


8,402.0 


5,377.4 


2,880.5 


5,001.1 


1,610.1 


9,700.2 


4,920.5 


3,570.3 


711.2 


2,300.9 


1 ,336.5 


4,233.1 


1 ,724.4 


1,736.7 


J 


8.372.6 


5,321.9 


2.860.9 


5,037.4 


1,607.3 


9,688.2 


4,881.6 


3,468.5 


713.7 


2,291.1 


1,326.5 


4,266.0 


1,756.1 


1,709.3 


J 


8,532.9 


5.324.9 


2.808.0 


5,234.8 


1,544.5 


9,735.8 


4,892.0 


3,553.9 


702.8 


2,309.9 


1,344.2 


4,397.9 


1,747.7 


1,777.1 


A 


8,541.4 


5.378.6 


2,791.5 


5,345.3 


1 ,530.3 


9,853.2 


4,943.6 


3,472.4 


713.7 


2,363.4 


1,343.9 


4,499.8 


1 ,748.7 


1,717.7 


S 


8,466.6 


5.4302 


2,752.0 


5.278.0 


1,511.2 


9,875.7 


5,056.8 


3,394.3 


702.0 


2,318.4 


1.345.0 


4,534.6 


1,795.0 


1,704.2 





8,464.8 


5,533.1 


2,721.3 


5.214.1 


1.492.6 


10,033.7 


5.144.2 


3,534.7 


691.9 


2,338.8 


1.324.6 


4,586.1 


1,851.9 


1 .848.4 


N 


8,346.5 


5,544.6 


2,707.0 


4.958.9 


1,481.2 


10,082.8 


5.029.6 


3,407.6 


671.0 


2,276.7 


1,311.3 


4,529.9 


1,832.1 


1.715.1 


D 


8,741.8 


5,462.2 


2,684.1 


5.501.3 


1,474.3 


10,206.7 


5.074.5 


3,715.8 


680.3 


2,316.8 


1,324.1 


4,539.6 


1 ,864.7 


2,061.1 


1985 J 


8,774.8 


5,519.6 


2,779.2 


5,409.0 


1,516.6 


10,067.5 


5,188.6 


3,547.7 


693.7 


2,251.6 


1,314.2 


4,408.5 


1,855.6 


1,809.1 


F 


8,719.2 


5,590.6 


2.889.9 


5.353.9 


1,547.6 


10,036.2 


5,227.3 


3,497.6 


695.1 


2.277.9 


1,352.8 


4.277.5 


1 ,808.4 


1.753.1 


M 


8,824.2 


5,652.8 


2.9224 


5.403.0 


1 ,563.4 


10,188.1 


5,270.9 


3,536.9 


695.8 


2,284.8 


1 ,364.3 


4,256.4 


1,819.9 


1,711.7 


A 


8,765.3 


5.716.7 


2,9680 


5.235.7 


1 ,582.4 


10,141.8 


5,148.2 


3,663.5 


698.4 


2,334.5 


1 ,367.6 


4,218.2 


1,796.3 


1 ,755.0 


M 


8,644.0 


5,855.5 


2,934.6 


4.950.5 


1,585.2 


9.944.3 


4,963.2 


3,656.6 


700.5 


2,335.2 


1 ,367.5 


4,170.6 


1,729.1 


1 ,659.4 


J 


8.7633 


5,8955 


2.933.0 


5,187.7 


1,606.8 


9.960 1 


4,875.4 


3.716.1 


714.7 


2,381.0 


1 ,377.9 


4,242.7 


1 ,738.7 


1,786.6 


J 


8,8606 


5.892.8 


2.919.1 


5,281.1 


1,545.5 


9,905.4 


4,900.7 


3.759.7 


716.0 


2.381.5 


1 ,393.8 


4,321.3 


1,759.9 


1,813.4 


A 


8,943.9 


5.887.5 


2,979.2 


5,402.4 


1,553.6 


9,939.6 


5,114.1 


3,663.8 


720.4 


2.322.6 


1 ,392.5 


4,371.7 


1,756.1 


1 ,742.4 


S 


8,841.4 


6.002.4 


2,958.2 


5,301.5 


1,512.2 


9,914.0 


5,164.0 


3,651.9 


713.3 


2.377.0 


1,377.8 


4,393.7 


1,814.7 


1,761.0 


O 


8,779.9 


6,028.6 


2,949.2 


5,169.0 


1 .479.8 


9,960.1 


5,199.8 


3,693 1 


700.6 


2,344.9 


1.367.4 


4,407.0 


1 .794.5 


1,756.9 


N 


8,720.7 


5,920.4 


2,870.2 


5,141.9 


1 .486.8 


10,109.0 


5,299.0 


3,672.3 


702.1 


2,300.5 


1,347.5 


4,460.8 


1,838.8 


1,751.8 


D 


8,320.1 


5,932.9 


2,882.7 


5,038.1 


1 .496.5 


10,309.7 


5,165.3 


3,468.5 


706.8 


2,372.3 


1 ,350.6 


4,529.0 


1,775.7 


1 .708.9 



1986 J 



8,431.6 5,875.1 2,929.3 5.096.9 1.537.5 10,366.1 5,237.8 3.538.6 



722.0 2,312.0 1,360.7 4,536.3 1,776.3 1,743.5 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D 2 1 1 



1984 F 


8.028.6 


5,142.2 


2,719.7 


4,848.0 


1,512.7 


9,528.7 


4.892.0 


3,200.0 


691.6 


2,146.1 


1,284.2 


4,190.5 


1,743.1 


1,554.3 


M 


8,129.7 


5,156.0 


2,737.4 


4,952.7 


1,518.1 


9,505.7 


4.922.6 


3,286.2 


697.0 


2,146.8 


1 ,298.3 


4,170.1 


1.762.9 


1 .604.0 


A 


8.2030 


5,238.2 


2,737.3 


5,136.1 


1,516.9 


9,667.0 


4,995.8 


3,356.1 


694.5 


2,230.0 


1 .300.3 


4,283.1 


1,787.9 


1.748.1 


M 


8.388.8 


5,294.7 


2,795.0 


5,132.4 


1,538.8 


9,731.6 


5,006.8 


3,486.3 


699.1 


2,263.8 


1 ,324.4 


4,369.9 


1,777.7 


1 .736.7 


J 


8,335.4 


5,266.4 


2.803.1 


5,165.8 


1 ,537.4 


9,813.3 


5,066.9 


3,409.9 


701.2 


2,291.1 


1,312.1 


4,384.3 


1,796.7 


1 .709.3 


J 


8,5369 


5,316.2 


2,788.1 


5,3402 


1,550.1 


9.912.0 


5,095.1 


3,474.3 


700.7 


2,315.9 


1,320.1 


4,442.8 


1 ,799.0 


1.777.1 


A 


8,522.8 


5,347.7 


2,781.8 


5,275.5 


1,558.0 


10.005.1 


5,009.1 


3,475.9 


708.6 


2,354.4 


1 ,322.9 


4,481.0 


1,801.3 


1,717.7 


S 


8,506.1 


5,379.7 


2,776.0 


5,237.4 


1,561.1 


10,015.7 


5,081.3 


3.468.2 


708.1 


2,314.3 


1,346.1 


4,485.7 


1,797.1 


1,704.2 


O 


8,580.3 


5,490.2 


2,7826 


5,290.5 


1.557.2 


10,130.0 


5,059.9 


3,564.3 


707.1 


2,344.4 


1,344.3 


4,505.9 


1,832.8 


1.848.4 


N 


8.535.5 


5,548.6 


2,800.8 


5,030.7 


1,537.4 


10,110.7 


4,994.9 


3,528.3 


692.2 


2,322.7 


1.346.5 


4,422.0 


1.802.9 


1,715.1 


D 


9,013.4 


5,612.8 


2.806.6 


5,558.4 


1,518.1 


10,103.5 


5,107.0 


3,809.5 


696.7 


2,337.3 


1 .360.6 


4,376.0 


1,844.4 


2,061.1 


1985 J 


8,698.6 


5,626.1 


2.838.5 


5,328.8 


1,530.7 


9,900.8 


5,043.9 


3,532.1 


690.4 


2.253.2 


1.330.6 


4,325.5 


1 ,794.6 


1,809.1 


F 


8,649.6 


5,666.7 


2.877.8 


5,226.5 


1,524.2 


9,866.7 


5.068.8 


3,543.3 


689.3 


2,291.0 


1.351.5 


4,280.5 


1.751.7 


1,753.1 


M 


8,633.4 


5,676.3 


2,857.9 


5,178.2 


1,520.1 


9,993.1 


5.108.3 


3,554.3 


686.1 


2,278.4 


1,345.8 


4,326.9 


1.779.1 


1,711.7 


A 


8,549.5 


5,665.7 


2,860.4 


5.187.0 


1,530.4 


10.014.9 


5,133.5 


3,529.4 


6903 


2,297.7 


1,351.1 


4,342.0 


1 ,824.2 


1 .755.0 


M 


8,631.9 


5,761.8 


2,847.1 


5,093.9 


1.5155 


9.968.1 


5,050.6 


3,564.7 


689.0 


2,299.5 


1 ,355.3 


4,304.4 


1,783.1 


1 .659.4 


J 


8.737.4 


5,832.6 


2,872.5 


5,326.3 


1,537.2 


10.086.0 


5,064.8 


3,658.7 


701 8 


2,381.0 


1 ,362.8 


4,359.5 


1,778.9 


1.786.6 


J 


8,866.8 


5,883.9 


2,896.3 


5.394.0 


1,550.9 


10.089.7 


5,108.9 


3,671.2 


713.7 


2,387.0 


1 ,368.9 


4,367.6 


1,811.9 


1.813.4 


A 


8,929.5 


5,851.6 


2,963.4 


5.334.7 


1,581.2 


10,100.0 


5,179.3 


3,675.2 


715.2 


2,314.9 


1.371.0 


4,352.5 


1,808.9 


1 ,742.4 


S 


8,880.5 


5,943.4 


2.980.0 


5.257.3 


1,560.6 


10.068.9 


5,186.4 


3,731.4 


719.4 


2,373.7 


1.378.5 


4.348.4 


1,816.7 


1,761.0 


O 


8,895.0 


5.977.5 


3.007.7 


5.249.6 


1,543.8 


10.065.0 


5,110.7 


3,721.8 


716.3 


2,348.2 


1,388.1 


4.327.8 


1,775.5 


1.756.9 


N 


8,917.8 


5.923.3 


2,965.8 


5,212.8 


1,542.5 


10.138.0 


5,264.4 


3,797.6 


724.1 


2,347.6 


1,383.7 


4,354.5 


1 ,808.9 


1.751.8 


D 


8,584.3 


6.098.0 


3.023.6 


5,091.4 


1,541.0 


10.204.7 


5.207.1 


3,5574 


724.1 


2,392.4 


1,387.1 


4,365.7 


1,757.1 


1.708.9 



1986 J 



8,358.7 5,992 2 2,993.8 5,021.2 1,551.4 10,193.8 5,092.8 3.522.4 



718.5 2,313.1 



1.378.0 4,450.8 1,717.9 1.743.5 



Note All series are subject to revision each year when more recent Census of Manufactures data become available 
Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



74 



April 1986 



Section 6— Table 6 



Table 6: Estimated value of goods in process and finished products in manufacturing industries, by economic use classification, 
based on the 1980 standard industrial classification (million dollars). Projected from 1982 Census of Manufactures benchmark. 

















Inventories held 




















Goods in process 












Finished goods 










Consumer 


goods 


Capital 
goods 


Con- 
struction 
materials 
and 
compo- 
nents 


Inter- 
mediate 
goods & 
supplies 


Export- 
oriented 
industries 


Supple- 
mentary 
classifi- 
cation: 
auto- 
motive 
products 


Consumer Goods 


Capital 
goods 


Con- 
struction 
materials 
and com- 
ponents 


Inter- 
mediate 
goods 
and 
supplies 


Export- 
oriented 
indus- 
tries 


Supple- 
mentary 
classifi- 


End of 

period 
and month 


Non- 
durable 
and semi- 
durable 


Durable 


Non- 
durable 
and semi- 
durable 


Durable 


cation: 
auto- 
motive 
products 


D 
D 


317442 
317474 


317443 
317475 


317444 
317476 


317445 
317477 


317446 
317478 


317447 
317479 


317448 
317480 


317797 
317829 


317798 
317830 


317799 
317831 


317800 
317832 


317801 
317833 


317802 
317834 


317803 
317835 


1984 
1985 


1,046.1 
966.9 


207.7 
220.1 


2.842.9 
3,276.4 


647.5 
716.5 


1.841.2 
1.885.0 


1,781.2 
1.825.4 


1,428.5 
1.427.2 


3,979.9 
3.884.7 


586.3 
569.7 


999.3 
1,174.2 


903.0 
946.4 


3.825.9 
3,895.8 


1,428.6 
1,564.2 


2,011.7 
1 ,902.0 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 F 


1.033.1 


217.6 


2,548.1 


757.4 


1,747.0 


1.764 8 


1,294.5 


3,894.8 


620.0 


9806 


8968 


3,761.5 


1,483.8 


2.1163 


M 


1 .083.4 


220.6 


2,614.5 


747.7 


1,758.6 


1.780.0 


1 ,402.4 


3,957.9 


6333 


978.0 


932.8 


3,825.0 


1.493.2 


2,155.6 


A 


1 ,020.8 


2240 


2,636.2 


762.5 


1,775.7 


1.724.1 


1,349.3 


3,902.7 


641 4 


1,002.5 


972.6 


3,8436 


1.522.0 


2,0875 


M 


1.051.3 


222.3 


2,618.4 


786.4 


1,781.3 


1 .636 6 


1,354.3 


3,780.3 


6766 


1,021.8 


9774 


3,685.7 


1.559.5 


1,910.1 


J 


1,014.8 


217.8 


2,568.5 


790.5 


1,778.9 


1,622.8 


1,322.7 


3.889.2 


675.7 


1.034.9 


9626 


3,643.4 


1,502 6 


2,005.3 


J 


966.7 


212.7 


2.550.5 


764.6 


1,756.3 


1.594.3 


1,274.6 


4,012.4 


629 1 


1,034.5 


921.3 


3,581.6 


1,549.9 


2,183.2 


A 


1,014.1 


216.6 


2,629.0 


777.4 


1 ,786.8 


1,655.9 


1,392.5 


4,054.9 


600.0 


999.9 


898.3 


3,566.6 


1,538.9 


2,235 1 


S 


997.1 


217.4 


2,7384 


7168 


1,790.5 


1.746.1 


1,419.9 


4,075.2 


591.9 


1,011.7 


884.9 


3,550.6 


1,515.7 


2,154.0 


O 


998.6 


215.9 


2,8366 


749.1 


1,792.6 


1.764.3 


1,390.9 


3,931 .4 


584.8 


1 ,028.9 


861.2 


3,655.0 


1,528 


1,974.9 


N 


1.018.4 


218.7 


2,944.0 


737.4 


1 ,797.5 


1.703.8 


1,331.3 


3,920.4 


591.4 


1,041.3 


859.9 


3,755.4 


1,493.8 


1,912.6 


D 


1,046.1 


2077 


2,8429 


647.5 


1,841.2 


1,781.2 


1,428.5 


3,979.9 


5863 


9993 


903.0 


3,8259 


1,428.6 


2,011.7 


1985 J 


1,104.5 


211.8 


2,946.4 


691 5 


1,839.5 


1,779.2 


1,440 3 


4,122.7 


611.0 


1,065.2 


925.1 


3,819.5 


1,553.8 


2,159.6 


F 


1.125.0 


216.6 


2,994.3 


691 6 


1,831.9 


1,847.9 


1 ,474.7 


4,096.6 


635.9 


1 ,068.5 


989.0 


3,9269 


1.571.0 


2,126.1 


M 


1 .089.4 


222.4 


3,021.5 


6840 


1.848.3 


1,845.0 


1 ,457.9 


4,198.0 


645.2 


1,090.2 


1.018.4 


4,0834 


1,606.1 


2,233.4 


A 


1.015.0 


223.5 


3,040.6 


713.8 


1,863.8 


1,774.7 


1 ,403.4 


4,086.8 


660.5 


1 ,092.4 


1.047.7 


4,059.7 


1,577.1 


2,077.3 


M 


1.043.1 


2209 


3,136.5 


721.4 


1,844.3 


1.644.5 


1,368.7 


3.944.3 


663.8 


1,143.9 


1,015.5 


3,929.5 


1 ,589.7 


1 ,922.4 


J 


1 .068.3 


228.6 


3,113.0 


714.8 


1,838.6 


1,646.9 


1,429.5 


3.978.9 


663.5 


1,161.8 


1.007.6 


3,878.7 


1,489.8 


1,971.5 


J 


1,075.3 


216.5 


3.122.6 


721.6 


1,783.0 


1,661.2 


1 ,442.5 


4,025.5 


613.0 


1,176.3 


9757 


3,801.2 


1,479.6 


2.025.1 


A 


1 ,065.9 


226.5 


3,175.9 


804.4 


1 ,789.4 


1,751.0 


1,518.3 


4,214.2 


606.7 


1,161.0 


959.4 


3,778.6 


1,607.0 


2,141.6 


S 


1,044.9 


2224 


3,250.2 


779.4 


1,753.5 


1,725.9 


1.444.4 


4,144.5 


576.6 


1,181.0 


963.1 


3,766.8 


1 ,623.3 


2,096 1 


O 


1,043.0 


216.2 


3,306.2 


780.6 


1,792.1 


1,709.3 


1.416.7 


4,043.8 


563.0 


1.210.9 


938.7 


3,760.9 


1,696.1 


1,995.5 


N 


1,027.7 


2203 


3,298.6 


742.9 


1,813.9 


1,768.2 


1.452.7 


4,020.8 


564.4 


1,202.6 


921.5 


3.834.3 


1,692.1 


1,937.4 


D 


966.9 


220.1 


3,276.4 


716.5 


1,885.0 


1,825.4 


1,427.2 


3,884.7 


569.7 


1,174.2 


946.4 


3,895.8 


1.564.2 


1 ,902.0 



1986 J 988.1 2290 3.318.0 

Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D 3 2 1 



756.3 1.876.7 1.859.8 1.415.6 3,904.9 



586.6 1,154 5 



968.6 3,953.1 



1.601.6 1,937.8 



1984 F 


981.0 


216.6 


2,622.6 


783.3 


1,721.4 


1.671.5 


1,246.6 


3,847.5 


6045 


9676 


876.0 


3,616.9 


1.477.5 


2.047 1 


M 


1,016.5 


217.1 


2.641.7 


776.3 


1.728.5 


1.705.7 


1,331.4 


3,827.0 


6039 


971.5 


883.0 


3,607.2 


1.454.0 


2.017.3 


A 


1,007.5 


216.7 


2,638.3 


759.6 


1 ,738.8 


1,707.7 


1,360.7 


3,839.4 


605.7 


985.5 


897.8 


3,645.0 


1.500.2 


2.0273 


M 


1,049.7 


218.4 


2,600.5 


769.4 


1,758.1 


1,699.5 


1 ,380.4 


3,852.8 


621.2 


999.4 


917.0 


3,603.6 


1.529.6 


2.015 3 


J 


1 .023.4 


210.6 


2,546.6 


789.4 


1 ,779.8 


1,736.9 


1,390.2 


3,902.1 


625.6 


1,006.6 


917.5 


3,649.2 


1,533.3 


2.066.3 


J 


1 .032.5 


215.6 


2,532.5 


748.9 


1,781.7 


1.697.5 


1.366.1 


4,030.1 


633.9 


1,026.8 


924.8 


3.687.5 


1,598.5 


2.197.0 


A 


1.039.8 


216.2 


2,580.2 


738.3 


1,794.9 


1.703.4 


1.400.2 


4,007.2 


633.2 


1.029.5 


9239 


3.729.2 


1 ,504.3 


2,157.6 


S 


1,018.2 


220.8 


2,662.5 


687.6 


1,805.5 


1,780.6 


1,419.6 


4,019.7 


632.2 


1,040.9 


9246 


3,7245 


1 ,503.6 


2,113.6 


O 


1,012.9 


221.3 


2,759.6 


713.4 


1,804.9 


1,739.8 


1,383.3 


4,003.1 


628.7 


1,041.7 


9193 


3,819.2 


1 ,487.3 


2.0589 


N 


1.029.1 


222.1 


2,875.9 


716.1 


1,818.1 


1,701.6 


1 ,320.0 


3,978.1 


623.1 


1,047.1 


925.2 


3,870.7 


1,490.5 


1.995.6 


D 


1.071.0 


212.6 


2,977.5 


711.7 


1 ,889.8 


1,726.4 


1,412.4 


4,132.8 


6087 


1,010.9 


949.9 


3.837.8 


1 ,536.2 


2.0849 


1985 J 


1 .070.0 


215.5 


3,056.5 


738.4 


1,827.8 


1,687.3 


1 ,394 2 


4,096.4 


624.8 


1,074.7 


945.1 


3.747.5 


1,562.1 


2,125.5 


F 


1,068.3 


215.7 


3,0834 


714.9 


1 .807.8 


1,752.8 


1,420.9 


4,038.0 


619.2 


1 ,053.9 


965.9 


3,778.4 


1.564.3 


2,052.4 


M 


1 ,022.7 


218.8 


3,054.8 


711.1 


1,816.5 


1,764.7 


1.384.5 


4,056.4 


615.2 


1.083.4 


964.0 


3,849.7 


1,564.5 


2,082.0 


A 


1,001.3 


216.1 


3,043.3 


710.3 


1,825.5 


1,755.4 


1,415.7 


4,018.9 


624.1 


1 .075.2 


9664 


3,8474 


1.553 8 


2,016.2 


M 


1 ,040.0 


217.1 


3,110.7 


705.4 


1,818.8 


1,710.4 


1,399.3 


4,027.2 


609.4 


1,117.3 


953.0 


3,844.9 


1.557.1 


2,035.1 


J 


1 ,078.6 


221.0 


3,087.7 


714.0 


1,839.6 


1,762.9 


1,500.8 


4,000.1 


614.3 


1.130.8 


961.0 


3,886.9 


1,523.0 


2,038.8 


J 


1,151.4 


219.7 


3,102.4 


708.0 


1,811.0 


1 ,768.2 


1,541.8 


4,044.1 


617.4 


1,167.4 


979.0 


3,911.1 


1.528 8 


2,038.8 


A 


1 ,090.0 


225.9 


3,116.1 


763 1 


1.796.2 


1,801.6 


1 ,526.3 


4,164.3 


640.2 


1,195.7 


987.0 


3,951.2 


1.568.7 


2,066.0 


S 


1 ,066.7 


225.8 


3,159.9 


747.0 


1 ,770.3 


1,760.0 


1,444.3 


4,082.4 


615.4 


1,215.0 


1,005.9 


3,950.1 


1,609.7 


2,0520 


O 


1 ,058.7 


221.7 


3,218.3 


743.4 


1,806.0 


1,684.9 


1,414.5 


4.114.5 


605.8 


1,225.7 


1,001.6 


3,931.2 


1,650.4 


2,078.2 


N 


1 ,040.3 


223.8 


3,222.8 


721.3 


1,832.2 


1 ,768.2 


1.440.6 


4,079.9 


594.6 


1.208 1 


9923 


3,951 3 


1.687.3 


2,0204 


D 


987.8 


225.0 


3,429.0 


788.6 


1,931.5 


1,766.9 


1 .405.6 


4,039.0 


591.9 


1,189.5 


995.5 


3.907.5 


1.683.2 


1 .976.9 



1986 J 



957.4 



233 3.4412 



807 4 1,864.4 1,764 9 1,370.2 3.878.9 



599.8 1,164.7 



989 7 3,878 6 1,610.0 1,907.5 



Note: All series are subject to revision each year when more recent Census of Manufactures data become available 
Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



75 



Section 6— Table 7 

Table 7: Tobacco and beverages 



April 1986 













Tobacco 














Alcoholic Beverages 








Production 








Production ot tobacco products 






Sales* ot tobacco products 










Million 
litres 


Distil- 
leries 
indus- 
trial 
alcohol 
(ethyl) 

Million 


Bottled 
spirits 

Litres Al 








Domestic 




Ex-warehoused' 


Stocks.' 
distil- 




Ciga- 
rettes 


Cigars 


Cut tobacco 


Ciga- 
rettes 


Cigars 


Cut tobacco 


leries 




Ciga- 
rettes 


Cigars 


& bond 


Year 
and 


Fine cut 1 


Other 3 


Fine cut 2 


Other 3 


warehouse 


month 


Millions 




Thousand kilograms 


Millions 




Thousand 


kilograms 


Millions 




Vol. 


D 


2082 


2083 


2089 


2090 


2091 


2092 


2093 


2094 


2095 


2096 


2085 


2086 


2087 


2088 


1984 


61,634 


379 


6,319 


249 


61,734 


312.1 


6.166 


250 


1,120.6 


11.1 


2,355.8 


189.40 


83.12 


967.11 


1985 


63.486 


302 


6,406 


139 


58,954 


305.4 


6.866 


192 


1,233.5 


7.8 


2,323.7 


183.04 


79.81 


925.84 


1984 M 


5,835 


35 


640 


34 


6,341 


29.7 


701 


21 


103.9 


0.8 


186.9 


23.40 


7.41 


1,028.71 


A 


5,092 


28 


577 


20 


3,373 


16.9 


368 


18 


98.5 


0.9 


176.3 


22.38 


6.36 


1,027.12 


M 


5,530 


28 


604 


16 


5,179 


29.7 


520 


24 


106.2 


0.9 


235.9 


15.57 


8.12 


1 ,022.54 


J 


5,130 


29 


571 


24 


7,134 


31.3 


611 


22 


139.9 


1.2 


251.9 


14.36 


8.12 


1 .020.85 


J 


2,126 


50 


68 


7 


4,126 


27.2 


337 


21 


112.5 


0.6 


255.1 


10.10 


4.14 


1.010.39 


A 


4,700 


28 


497 


23 


8,060 


34.6 


613 


25 


90.3 


0.4 


243.7 


8.27 


6.79 


945.27 


S 


4.754 


27 


504 


23 


3,511 


20.7 


478 


16 


92.2 


0.8 


186.6 


11.64 


7.30 


994.13 





5,912 


31 


569 


23 


4,595 


26.7 


420 


22 


81.2 


0.8 


177.5 


10.60 


7.62 


1.010 69 


N 


6,845 


34 


678 


25 


5,096 


26.1 


539 


20 


80.5 


2.5 


185.5 


14.26 


8.88 


971.70 


D 


4,295 


16 


425 


13 


6,891 


31.4 


636 


22 


80.2 


1.1 


173.3 


13.69 


5.51 


967.11 


1985 J 


5.706 


28 


589 


13 


3,210 


16.0 


394 


17 


83.0 


0.3 


159.4 


18.71 


7.17 


966.41 


F 


5.438 


24 


491 


16 


3,976 


17.9 


455 


15 


81.5 


0.3 


141.4 


19.59 


6.10 


964.13 


M 


5,833 


27 


519 


12 


6,399 


23.3 


625 


20 


85.3 


1.4 


135.6 


20.92 


7.98 


970.33 


A 


5,824 


28 


490 


40 


3,435 


20.7 


357 


15 


77.7 


0.5 


210.9 


15.52 


6.56 


963.52 


M 


6,500 


22 


513 


31 


5,943 


30.0 


588 


20 


121.7 


0.5 


219.0 


16.86 


7.33 


962.66 


J 


6,008 


24 


421 


16 


5.083 


31.7 


668 


19 


129.3 


1.1 


218.5 


14.58 


7.53 


847.45 


J 


2,291 


5 


71 


1 


4.384 


28.8 


485 


19 


78.4 


0.9 


254.8 


10.31 


3.76 


956.76 


A 


4,902 


30 


565 


3 


5.592 


23.2 


620 


18 


115.0 


0.5 


231.6 


8.84 


3.61 


944.33 


S 


5.441 


31 


736 


1 


5,194 


29.3 


678 


16 


124.9 


0.7 


177.1 


11.01 


8.01 


934.69 





6,103 


32 


780 


1 


4,895 


29.3 


606 


14 


92.6 


0.5 


178.5 


15.03 


8.93 


928.55 


N 


5.504 


33 


759 


1 


4,765 


27.5 


677 


11 


103.2 


0.7 


183.4 


17.35 


7.22 


886.50 


D 


3.936 


17 


472 


4 


6,078 


27.7 


713 


8 


140.9 


0.4 


213.6 


14.32 


5.61 


925.84 


1986 J 


5.625 


29 


666 


3 


2,953 


14.8 


453 


5 


89.9 


0.2 


160.3 


13.77 


6.33 


922.44 


F 


5,461 


29 


667 


5 


5,548 


19.8 


695 


3 


95.5 


0.8 


— 









'Intended lor cigarettes 'Includes pipe, plug, chewing, twist, snuff etc "Sales to wholesalers, retailers and institutions which are subject to excise duty "Includes sales for 
ships' air stores, embassies of Canada and for export. "End of period. 
Sources: Production and Disposition of Tobacco Products (32-022), Statistics Canada. 



76 



April 1986 

Table 9: Footwear 



Section 6— Table 9 



Footwear 








Boots and Shoes — 


dress and casua 






Boots & 




Athletic Footwear 


















Ice Skate 


















Infant's 


Shoes- 




Boots 




Year 


Total 




Mens 


Boy's 


Women's 


Girl's 


and 


work & 




(with or 


All 


and 


all 




sizes 


sizes 


sizes 


sizes 


little 


utility 




without 


other 


month 


types 


Total 


6 and up 


under 6 


4 and up 


under 4 


children's 


types 


Slippers 


Total blades) 


footwear 


D 


345653 


345654 


345655 


345656 


345657 


345658 


345659 


345660 


345661 


345662 345663 


345665 


1984 


45.431 


27,108 


6,470 


832 


16,367 


1,251 


2,188 


X 


7,098 


2.375 x 


872 


1985 


44.394 


25,837 


5,677 


543 


16,547 


745 


2.325 


6,188 


7,099 


2,031 1,197 


1,306 


1984 M 


3.890 


2,534 


629 


83 


1,505 


100 


217 


535 


490 


159 x 


59 


A 


3,689 


2.231 


553 


93 


1,306 


99 


180 


X 


579 


184 97 


90 


M 


4.207 


2.476 


578 


107 


1,461 


130 


200 


684 


609 


196 92 


86 


J 


4,239 


2.536 


615 


71 


1,544 


113 


193 


558 


657 


205 95 


98 


J 


2,701 


1.525 


343 


36 


891 


100 


155 


368 


507 


142 74 


55 


A 


4.399 


2,590 


588 


63 


1,586 


150 


203 


533 


754 


271 121 


86 


S 


3.952 


2,225 


539 


74 


1.345 


107 


160 


571 


705 


244 118 


91 





4.502 


2,473 


618 


99 


1.487 


91 


178 


603 


933 


225 X 


113 


N 


4,015 


2,137 


551 


51 


1.289 


87 


159 


554 


702 


435 294 


70 


D 


2.574 


1,575 


340 


30 


962 


78 


165 


427 


380 


97 17 


56 


1985 J 


3.454 


2,157 


448 


35 


1,417 


62 


195 


535 


458 


142 21 


69 


F 


3.478 


2,223 


428 


32 


1.363 


127 


273 


549 


388 


155 52 


59 


M 


3,745 


2,315 


467 


27 


1.513 


89 


219 


568 


445 


210 114 


76 


A 


3,660 


2.206 


454 


26 


1.469 


51 


206 


534 


458 


206 120 


89 


M 


4,111 


2.395 


538 


33 


1,573 


49 


202 


571 


641 


211 140 


90 


J 


4,092 


2.456 


494 


70 


1,551 


64 


277 


494 


647 


214 139 


93 


J 


2.749 


1.426 


286 


49 


919 


31 


141 


365 


522 


162 118 


103 


A 


4,261 


2.441 


573 


65 


1,533 


67 


203 


495 


720 


202 128 


205 


S 


4.136 


2,202 


531 


63 


1.396 


64 


148 


546 


771 


216 129 


196 





4,433 


2.365 


604 


56 


1.501 


53 


151 


589 


916 


193 166 


150 


N 


3.598 


2.037 


515 


60 


1,271 


34 


157 


505 


768 


83 50 


71 


D 


2.677 


1.614 


339 


27 


1,041 


54 


153 


437 


365 


37 20 


105 


1986 J 


3.443 


2.128 


455 


40 


1,418 


41 


174 


555 


488 


40 24 


95 


F 


3.868 


2.426 


481 


55 


1,450 


125 


313 


625 


365 


112 73 


169 



Source: Footwear Statistics (33-002), Statistics Canada. 



77 



Section 6— Tables 10 and 11 



April 1986 



Table 10: 


Production of sawn lumber 1 


(million feet, board measure) 












Year and 
month 


Canada 


NS. NB 


Que. 


Ont. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


D 


2267 


2270 2271 


2272 


2273 


2275 


2276 


2277 



1984 
1985 



1984 



F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



21,039 


195 


497 


3,746 


2,129 


220 


1.076 


13.088 


22,438 


194 


600 


4,177 


2,262 


219 


903 


14.003 


1,744.9 


15.1 


33.1 


333.5 


165.9 


19.2 


125.1 


1,043.8 


1.785.2 


14.6 


38.3 


348.9 


140.1 


18.4 


193.9 


1 ,020.3 


1,879.7 


14.6 


41.7 


334.6 


137.9 


21.3 


135.4 


1,178.6 


1.846.6 


18.2 


42.4 


351.8 


194.7 


21.0 


40.0 


1,168.5 


1.847.5 


19.6 


44.2 


331.9 


196.1 


20.4 


33.2 


1,192.5 


1.524.6 


17.1 


43.6 


227.9 


157.9 


16.9 


43.0 


1,012.2 


1.651.8 


17.7 


43.1 


304.2 


198.2 


18.6 


38.0 


1,025.5 


1 ,694.5 


16.4 


42.8 


292.0 


181.9 


17.8 


63.2 


1 ,075.9 


1,911.2 


18.4 


45.8 


336.9 


213.9 


21.6 


98.2 


1,172.5 


1 ,792.8 


17.7 


45.5 


319.1 


212.7 


16.8 


49.5 


1,128.6 


1.593.5 


12.4 


53.0 


278.9 


156.1 


12.4 


139.9 


939.7 


1,767.8 


11.0 


23.5 


280.8 


196.8 


16.9 


87.3 


1,150.3 


1,802.0 


11.4 


44.0 


337.9 


186.4 


17.5 


77.7 


1,124.8 


2.026.7 


9.9 


49.8 


361.4 


200.1 


17.7 


162.4 


1,222.5 


1 .869.3 


15.2 


48.7 


3674 


198.2 


20.2 


33.2 


1,181.1 


1 .878.8 


17.6 


54.1 


339.2 


209.3 


18.1 


31.2 


1,204.8 


1 .905.2 


21.0 


53.4 


329.0 


197.5 


18.4 


68.5 


1,211.0 


1 .668.3 


20.8 


48.7 


259.1 


157.9 


15.1 


48.4 


1,110.0 


1,856.0 


20.0 


51.7 


383.7 


191.7 


18.4 


36.8 


1.143.7 


1,913.8 


17.8 


53.7 


386.6 


190.5 


18.4 


42.4 


1,193.0 


2,107.5 


19.4 


606 


421.6 


201.7 


27.0 


29.1 


1 ,339.2 


1,841.9 


16.7 


53.7 


402.3 


188.8 


16.9 


53.8 


1 ,098.9 


1 .800.8 


13.5 


58.4 


307.8 


143.0 


14.0 


232.3 


1.023.8 



1986 J 



1.978 5 



12.9 



47.3 



331.9 



188.0 



16.2 



79.6 



1.294.1 



'Excludes Newfoundland, P.E.I., Manitoba, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories, which, together account for less than 1% of the total. 

Sources: Production, Shipments and Stocks on Hand of Sawmills (35-002), (35-003), monthly, Sawmills and Planing Mills (35-204), annual, Statistics Canada. 



Table 1 1 : Pulpwood, wood pulp and newsprint 





Pulpwood 

production 1 

(thousand 

cubic metres) 




Wood pulp production* 




Wood pulp 
exports 3 






Newsprint shipments 




Year 


Total 


Mechanical 


Chemical 


production 


Total 


Domestic 


Export 4 


month 








Thousand 


tonnes 








D 


2289 


2290 


2291 


2292 


418746 


2294 


2295 


2296 


2297 


1984 


47,590 


19 992.2 


8 513.1 


1 1 461 .9 


7 030 


9 013 


9 020 


1 069 


7 950 


1985 


44,618 


19 899.1 


8 536.4 


1 1 345.5 


7 035 


8 998 


8 968 


1 032 


7 937 


1984 M 


3,302 


1 338.9 


644.3 


692.9 


419 


666 


674 


92 


581 


A 


2,249 


1 576.0 


693.1 


881.4 


441 


737 


701 


90 


611 


M 


2.875 


1 861.1 


775.5 


1 084.2 


625 


811 


850 


99 


751 


J 


4,064 


1 791.5 


734.0 


1 056.3 


661 


786 


877 


102 


775 


J 


4,399 


1 812.6 


759.7 


1 051.5 


640 


825 


759 


83 


676 


A 


5,003 


1 832.9 


751.2 


1 079.9 


630 


775 


752 


79 


673 


S 


4,562 


1 574.4 


674.1 


899.0 


628 


746 


743 


78 


665 


O 


5,095 


1 837 3 


746.4 


1 089.5 


631 


792 


792 


99 


693 


N 


4,659 


1 753.5 


723.3 


1 028.6 


619 


758 


761 


93 


668 


D 


4,060 


1 635.7 


738.3 


896.3 


617 


738 


766 


97 


669 


1985 J 


3,961 


1 660.1 


7305 


928.7 


575 


789 


734 


82 


652 


F 


4,117 


1 627 6 


703.9 


922.5 


513 


741 


705 


82 


623 


M 


3.799 


1 763.3 


746.4 


1 015.7 


666 


801 


806 


100 


707 


A 


1.731 


1 545.2 


693.9 


849.9 


543 


749 


753 


86 


668 


M 


2,250 


1 657.8 


735.3 


921 


597 


768 


742 


86 


656 


J 


3,355 


1 708.4 


681.1 


1 023.9 


620 


725 


733 


76 


657 


J 


4,054 


1 624.6 


663.1 


960.3 


596 


718 


728 


76 


652 


A 


4,577 


1 728 9 


725.1 


1 002 2 


604 


767 


742 


82 


660 


S 


4,176 


1 449.1 


645.5 


802.6 


553 


722 


696 


90 


606 


O 


4,498 


1 833.6 


777.1 


1 055.2 


608 


770 


788 


96 


691 


N 


4.399 


1 718.3 


725.5 


991.4 


557 


747 


760 


89 


671 


D 


3,701 


1 582.1 


709.0 


872.1 


603 


701 


781 


87 


694 


1986 J 


3,812 


1 691.8 


742.5 


947.9 


524 


772 


713 


84 


629 


F 




1 649 5 


714.2 


934.1 


555 


726 


696 


84 


613 



'Pulpwood produced for domestic use and excluding exports, but including receipts of purchased roundwood. 'Total pulp production covers "screenings" which are already included in 
exports 'Screenings" are excluded throughout from mechanical and chemical pulp "Customs exports 'Mill shipments destined for export. 

Sources: Pulpwood and Wood Residue Statistics (29-001), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada; Bulletins of the Canadian Pulp and Paper Association: 
"Monthly Pulp Summary" and "Monthly Newsprint Statistics". 



78 



April 1986 

Table 12: Primary iron and steel (thousand metric tonnes) 



Section 6— Table 12 

















Net shipments of steel shapes to consuming industries 2 - 3 . 4 






















(Rolled 


steel products only) 












Primary production'. 1 


































Steel 
Service 






















Steel 


















Centres, 
other 




















Ingots 












incl. 






whole- 


Motor 




Railroad 










Year 






conti- 






salers 


vehicles 




cars and 




Steel 


Metal 


Contrac- 


and 


Pig 




nuous 




Net 


& ware- 


and 


Railway 


locomo- 


Ship- 


fabri- 


building 


tors 


month 


iron 


Total 


cast 


Castings 


total 


houses 


parts 


operating 


tive 2 


building 


cation 


systems 


products 


D 


2309 


2311 


2312 


2313 


345165 


345166 


345167 


345168 


345169 


345170 


345171 


345172 


345173 


1984 


9,643.1 


14,6990 


14.567.7 


131.3 


11.544.9 


1,767.6 


2,027.8 


294.3 


73.4 


23.2 


8530 


31.1 


409.2 


1985 


9.6654 


14.637.5 


14.532.0 


105 4 


1 1 ,662.5 


2,0404 


2,105.4 


2065 


49.0 


4.5 


9648 


34.3 


441.7 


1984 F 


777.5 


1,218.7 


1,208.1 


10.6 


927.2 


146.0 


166.5 


298 


1.9 


1.1 


63.8 


1.6 


28.1 


M 


858.1 


1,343.4 


1 ,332.3 


11.1 


1,071.4 


171.2 


191.3 


31.1 


4.4 


0.5 


65.9 


2.4 


36.6 


A 


831 4 


1,295.8 


1,283.7 


12.1 


964.4 


147.1 


176.9 


25.1 


5.2 


0.9 


61.5 


2.2 


34.9 


M 


8494 


1,301.1 


1,287.3 


13.8 


1 .074.9 


148.6 


198.9 


27.4 


7.8 


0.8 


71.6 


3.6 


43.5 


J 


821.1 


1,254.1 


1 ,240.5 


13.6 


1 ,063.8 


159.0 


189.4 


31.0 


114 


5.0 


68.8 


4.4 


49.8 


J 


776.2 


1,120.1 


1.114.5 


5.6 


887.2 


134.4 


146.7 


31.5 


10.6 


2.6 


65.5 


3.3 


33.6 


A 


774.7 


1,145.9 


1.136.0 


9.9 


918.0 


139.5 


162.7 


18.2 


7.7 


1.9 


71.9 


2.8 


39.6 


S 


751.0 


1,209.3 


1,197.2 


12.1 


881.8 


142.0 


149.4 


12.5 


7.0 


1.8 


888 


2.2 


36.8 





833.4 


1.260.3 


1 ,246.5 


13.8 


1 ,020.3 


157.6 


172.9 


26.2 


8.5 


3.3 


83.5 


2.9 


33.4 


N 


800.1 


1,203.8 


1,192.7 


11.1 


970.1 


159.2 


167.4 


17.1 


5.4 


1.4 


79.2 


2.2 


27.7 


D 


776.3 


1,110.2 


1,102.2 


8.0 


769.6 


117.4 


124.4 


13.3 


1.1 


1.0 


63.4 


1.3 


16.8 


1985 J 


789.8 


1.157.8 


1,148.4 


9.4 


953.7 


168.8 


182.5 


31.7 


2.9 


1.0 


65.3 


1.2 


29.3 


F 


768.3 


1.154.4 


1.145.2 


9.2 


929.0 


164.4 


168.2 


23.2 


4.2 


1.0 


699 


1.6 


25.9 


M 


835.6 


1.305.3 


1 ,295.9 


94 


1 ,058.4 


178.5 


182.6 


26.9 


8.5 


0.2 


83.2 


1.9 


36.0 


A 


780.6 


1,201.6 


1,189.7 


11.9 


998.8 


166.6 


181.4 


25.7 


6.3 


0.1 


58.9 


2.9 


38.4 


M 


8565 


1,273.1 


1 ,260.5 


12.6 


1,064.6 


182.7 


185.2 


22.7 


5.6 


0.1 


79.6 


37 


41.2 


J 


8367 


1 ,280 


1 ,269.5 


10.5 


1,061.0 


182.1 


184.1 


24.4 


4.6 


0.2 


86.7 


40 


43.1 


J 


750.1 


1.070.3 


1,065.8 


4.5 


946.9 


169 


171.4 


11.0 


2.4 


0.4 


82.1 


3.9 


49.7 


A 


806.8 


1,194.2 


1.186.6 


7.6 


895.9 


154.6 


166.0 


4.2 


4.1 


0.4 


90.6 


2.8 


35.9 


S 


813.8 


1,275.0 


1.267.6 


7.4 


964.4 


169.8 


181.1 


3.8 


4.7 


0.4 


94.9 


3.4 


42.0 


O 


8259 


1,304.6 


1 ,295.9 


8.7 


1 ,050.2 


201.0 


188.9 


10.4 


2.9 


0.4 


96.9 


3.3 


41.4 


N 


816.2 


1 ,235.5 


1,227.9 


7.5 


961.8 


179.7 


182.9 


8.7 


1.1 


02 


94.0 


3.6 


33.9 


D 


785.1 


1,185.7 


1,179.0 


6.7 


777.8 


123.2 


131.1 


13.8 


1.7 


0.1 


62.7 


2.0 


24.9 



751.9 



1,167.2 



1,158.2 



9.0 



1 ,027.0 



185.7 



194.3 



20.0 



0.2 



72.4 



360 













Net shipments of steel 


shapes to consuming industries 23 .* 






















(Rolled 


steel products only) 
















Natural 




























resources 
























Year 


Stamping, 


and 


Agricul- 


Non- 




Industrial 


Pipes 


Wire 


Containers 


Appliances 




Export 


Export 


and 


pressing, 


extractive 


tural 


electrical 


Electrical 


packaging 


and 


and wire 


and 


and 


Miscel- 


to 


to other 


month 


coating 


industries 


equipment 


machinery 


machinery 


equipment 


tubes 


products 


closures 


utensils 


laneous 


USA 


countries 


D 


345174 


345175 


345176 


345177 


345178 


345179 


345180 


345181 


345182 


345183 


345184 


345185 


345186 


1984 


440.7 


164.7 


100.9 


169.4 


119.9 


128.8 


1 ,529.8 


802.9 


387.0 


93.8 


73.4 


1,751.9 


302.1 


1985 


458.4 


179.3 


64.6 


208.8 


114.3 


147.6 


1 ,474.4 


771.4 


387.7 


107.5 


34.8 


1 ,607.6 


2594 


1984 F 


33.0 


13.3 


11.4 


13.5 


11.7 


11.9 


116.0 


71.5 


32.7 


10.8 


7.0 


144.1 


11.5 


M 


37.1 


16.2 


11.7 


143 


11.0 


10.8 


132.3 


87.6 


39.0 


9.6 


8.0 


165.2 


25.2 


A 


37.9 


13.1 


10.1 


. 14.7 


9.7 


11.8 


126.4 


67.4 


30.8 


6.7 


6.8 


157.5 


17.7 


M 


43.2 


15.9 


10.4 


16.3 


11.2 


12.9 


136.8 


89.0 


32.5 


8.1 


6.2 


164.0 


26.2 


J 


46.2 


14.4 


8.5 


14.4 


13.2 


14.9 


136.1 


68.3 


33.9 


7.4 


6.4 


150.8 


30.5 


J 


31.8 


12.4 


4.7 


14.2 


6.2 


8.3 


131.6 


50.4 


33.3 


3.3 


5.1 


137.7 


20.0 


A 


36.9 


14.3 


8.6 


15.1 


9.9 


8.7 


127.3 


50.9 


34.3 


6.4 


6.0 


125.0 


30.3 


S 


36.5 


12.5 


7.2 


13.4 


10.1 


9.9 


115.5 


57.3 


31.2 


7.7 


5.3 


120.7 


14.0 


O 


37.9 


16.2 


6.4 


15.9 


10.3 


10.7 


138.6 


70.6 


33.6 


7.0 


6.6 


146.4 


31.8 


N 


37.9 


12.6 


6.0 


12.3 


9.1 


9.5 


133.5 


66.3 


27.9 


7.9 


2.3 


155.9 


29.3 


D 


26.3 


10.6 


4.4 


8.8 


5.9 


7.9 


119.0 


47.4 


17.7 


5.7 


70 


115.7 


54.5 


1985 J 


38.1 


17.4 


7.0 


15.0 


10.4 


11.3 


119.3 


56.0 


37.7 


10.1 


5.3 


136.3 


7.1 


F 


35.0 


13.9 


6.6 


12.7 


9.0 


12.0 


125.1 


60.6 


31.0 


8.1 


6.1 


134.6 


15.9 


M 


35.1 


14.9 


6.0 


15.9 


10.8 


11.8 


134.9 


77.6 


32.8 


9.6 


3.2 


155 2 


32.8 


A 


37.6 


15.3 


6.1 


20.5 


10.3 


23.7 


123.0 


58.7 


36.4 


9.9 


2.7 


157.1 


17.0 


M 


40.6 


15.8 


6.3 


16.4 


9.8 


12.3 


138.3 


68.1 


35.7 


10.9 


3.1 


157.6 


29.0 


J 


38.9 


15.3 


3.8 


14.1 


9.5 


11.8 


133.8 


64.5 


36.2 


9.2 


28 


155.7 


36.2 


J 


43.0 


13.0 


2.9 


15.2 


10.0 


14.8 


107 6 


55.3 


35.6 


7.0 


1.2 


132.3 


19.1 


A 


38.3 


12.8 


3.9 


19.8 


10.6 


9.5 


116.5 


52.9 


33.3 


8.6 


1.7 


118.8 


10.6 


s 


39.8 


16.8 


5.3 


18.7 


8.9 


9.8 


121.4 


70.9 


28.8 


87 


2.6 


110.2 


22.4 





43.3 


15.6 


4.8 


21.6 


10.6 


11.8 


136.5 


75.9 


31.4 


90 


2.0 


129.4 


13.1 


N 


40.4 


14.1 


6.9 


22.3 


8.4 


10.5 


114.8 


67.4 


24.5 


90 


23 


124.4 


12.7 


D 


28.3 


14.4 


5.0 


16.6 


6.0 


8.3 


103.2 


63.5 


243 


7.4 


1.8 


96.0 


43.5 



1986 J 



39.0 



13.9 



7.3 



18.8 



12.0 



14.2 



126.4 



70.2 



33.0 



12.9 



2.5 



20.8 



'Data compiled according to the Steel Distribution Index revised January. 1964 2 Figures on net shipments relate to semi finished and rolled steel products only Shipments to con- 
suming industries of castings, forgings and steel pipe are not included Excluding shipments for re-processing at maker's own plant 'Data compiled as submitted by the steel 
producers according to the steel industry distribution code 
Source: Primary Iron and Steel (41-001), Statistics Canada. 



79 



Section 6— Table 13 

Table 13: New motor vehicles 



April 1986 







New motor 


vehicles 








New 


motor vehicle sales 












Passenge 


cars 








Passenge 


r 




Commercial 








Imports 








North 






North 










less 










American 


Overseas 


American 




Overseas 


Year 
and 




re-exports 




Exports 


Total 


manufactured 


manufactured 


manufactured 


manufactured 


month 




( Thousand units 


) ( 








Million dollars 






) 


D 


(446646 minus 




418737 


2363 




2364 




2365 


2366 




2367 






418728) 






















1984 




853 




1,104 


15,679.8 




8,176.6 


2,962.3 


4,136.5 




404.3 


1985 




1,052 




1,166 


19,890.1 




9.545.2 


4,162.5 


5,641.5 




541.0 


1984 M 




83 




104 


1 ,528.3 




823.5 




261.3 


409.9 




33.6 


A 




88 




100 


1,471.4 




854.0 




215.4 


369.5 




32.5 


M 




88 




102 


1,683.2 




930.7 




311.7 


406.7 




34.1 


J 




81 




107 


1 ,620.6 




873.3 




285.6 


424.4 




37.2 


J 




67 




70 


1 ,260.6 




663.4 




244.4 


314.8 




37.9 


A 




47 




69 


1,186.6 




611.7 




237.6 


296.5 




40.8 


S 




72 




88 


1,013.2 




492.4 




225.3 


263.3 




32.2 







71 




98 


1 ,532.2 




766.5 




287.3 


442.0 




36.4 


N 




62 




100 


1 ,266.9 




589.5 




293.7 


347.8 




35.8 


D 




68 




85 


1 ,072.6 




488.5 




226.8 


329.3 




28.1 


1985 J 




65 




84 


1.140.8 




567.8 




201.8 


344.3 




26.9 


F 




77 




88 


1.214.7 




600.0 




244.9 


336.4 




33.4 


M 




92 




97 


1.741.8 




900.5 




327.8 


469.5 




44.0 


A 




101 




97 


2,030.2 




1.136.4 




317.6 


534.2 




42.0 


M 




101 




105 


2.007.1 




997.0 




431.3 


528.0 




50.9 


J 




100 




118 


2.058.6 




1,010.3 




404.5 


597.9 




45.9 


J 




88 




71 


1.610.1 




713.0 




390.4 


461.2 




45.5 


A 




59 




79 


1 ,598.2 




739.4 




356.1 


451.0 




51.7 


S 




92 




109 


1,454.7 




664.8 




314.4 


425.9 




49.7 







100 




109 


1.884.2 




839.5 




457.1 


534.8 




52.7 


N 




97 




111 


1 .696.4 




762.9 




403.7 


476.9 




52.9 


D 




80 




98 


1 .453.3 




613.6 




313.0 


481.4 




45.3 


1986 J 




74 




89 


1.339.9 




600.7 




275.5 


424.9 




38.8 


F 




101 




100 


1.537.5 




739.1 




283.3 


475.7 




39.4 












New motor vehicle sales 






















Passenge 










Commercial 












North American 










North 






Total 




Total 


Manufactured 


Overseas manufactured 


Total 




American 


Overseas 
























Manu- 
factured 


manu- 


Year 
and 


Unadj. 


S.A. 


Unadj 


S.A. 


Unadj 


S.A. 


Unadj. 


S.A. 


Unadj. 


S.A. 


factured 


month 












Units 














D 


2368 


4970 


2373 


4975 


2369 


4971 


2370 


4972 


2374 


4973 


2371 


2372 


1984 


1 ,283,502 




971,210 




724,932 




246,278 




312,292 




273,604 


38,688 


1985 


1,530,410 


.. 


,137,216 




794,965 




342,251 




393,194 




344,871 


48.323 


1984 M 


128,129 


108.140 


96,351 


81,863 


73,712 


62.373 


22,639 


19,490 


31,778 


26,277 


28,416 


3.362 


A 


121,377 


100,089 


93.085 


75,975 


75,751 


57.963 


17,334 


18,012 


28,292 


24,114 


25,177 


3,115 


M 


138,643 


106,666 


107,927 


81,516 


82,944 


62.695 


24,983 


18.821 


30,716 


25,150 


27,489 


3,227 


J 


133,057 


105,523 


102,250 


81 ,088 


77,932 


59.846 


24,318 


21,242 


30,807 


24,435 


27,352 


3,455 


J 


104,721 


110,377 


80.247 


84,479 


59,019 


64,201 


21,228 


20,278 


24,474 


25,898 


20,914 


3,560 


A 


97.471 


103,247 


74.579 


78,899 


54,115 


58,696 


20,464 


20,203 


22,892 


24,348 


18,949 


3,943 


S 


83,367 


100,187 


62.945 


75,399 


44,017 


54,256 


18,928 


21,143 


20,422 


24,788 


17,295 


3,127 


O 


124,301 


115,211 


92.026 


84,398 


67.739 


62,521 


24,287 


21 .877 


32,275 


30,813 


28.798 


3,477 


N 


99,942 


106,015 


74,260 


78,351 


51,234 


56,101 


23,026 


22,250 


25,682 


27.664 


22.361 


3,321 


D 


83,143 


115,022 


60,097 


86,385 


42,259 


62,197 


17,838 


24,188 


23.046 


28,637 


20,596 


2,450 


1985 J 


90.229 


120,521 


66,242 


90,538 


49,077 


67,059 


17,165 


23,479 


23,987 


29,983 


21.529 


2,458 


F 


96,909 


116,504 


72,657 


87,664 


51,963 


64,070 


20.694 


23,594 


24,252 


28.840 


21.243 


3,009 


M 


137,726 


120,642 


103.429 


91,539 


76,293 


66,509 


27,136 


25,030 


34,297 


29,103 


30.143 


4.154 


A 


157,681 


125,650 


119.909 


94,613 


95,193 


70.189 


24,716 


24,424 


37,772 


31,037 


34,060 


3.712 


M 


157,040 


121,798 


119.527 


90,707 


84,132 


63,112 


35,395 


27.595 


37.513 


31,091 


32,869 


4.644 


J 


160,505 


131,650 


118.780 


97,402 


84,655 


67,026 


34.125 


30.376 


41 .725 


34,248 


37.629 


4,096 


J 


123,904 


123,263 


91.711 


90,710 


58,674 


60,144 


33,037 


30,566 


32,193 


32,553 


27,994 


4.199 


A 


123,717 


133,709 


91 ,875 


98,951 


61 ,025 


68,094 


30,850 


30,857 


31,842 


34,758 


27.274 


4,568 


S 


110,420 


132,729 


80,946 


97,616 


54,860 


68,109 


26,086 


29,507 


29,474 


35,113 


25.001 


4,473 


O 


141,971 


130,446 


106.427 


95,995 


68,044 


63,132 


38.383 


32,863 


35,544 


34.451 


30.912 


4,632 


N 


126,132 


135,143 


93.176 


99,463 


61,741 


67,703 


31,435 


31 ,760 


32,956 


35,680 


28.387 


4,569 


D 


104,176 


141,228 


72.537 


102,992 


49,308 


73.100 


23,229 


29.892 


31,639 


38,236 


27.830 


3,809 


1986 J 


96,732 


129,657 


68.855 


94,801 


48.084 


65.452 


20,771 


29.349 


27.877 


34.856 


24.660 


3,217 


F 


1 1 1 ,090 


133,912 


80.351 


97,137 


58,743 


72.074 


21 ,608 


25,063 


30,739 


36,775 


27.418 


3,321 



Sources: Motor Vehicle Shipments (42-002), New Motor Vehicle Sales (63-007), Imports by Commodities (65-007), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada. 



80 



April 1986 

Table 14: Production of motor vehicles in Canada 



Section 6— Table 14 



Year 
and 
month 



Cars 



Total 


Total 








all 


all 








vehicles 


cars 


' Ford 


General Motors 


American Motors 


125000 


125001 


125015 


125029 


125002 


1 ,854,570 


1 ,032,789 


442,049 


546,009 


35,100 


1 .930,437 


1,074,828 


493,560 


559,874 


11,316 


157,966 


88,565 


31,649 


53,576 


2,429 


177.779 


98,733 


41,234 


54,437 


2,072 


168,819 


98,419 


37,910 


58,395 


1,214 


181,586 


105,932 


46,819 


56,101 


2,067 


179,187 


102,841 


44,226 


55,723 


1,947 


124,244 


72,232 


15,069 


44,447 


12.716 


137,089 


72.577 


43,457 


26,863 


1.807 


143,506 


70.465 


26,946 


40,306 


2,317 


147.147 


80,047 


47,728 


29,849 


1,463 


170,601 


94,547 


45,525 


45.361 


2,683 


115,454 


59.984 


32,146 


25.334 


1,829 


163,705 


84,291 


46.272 


36.065 


964 


151,394 


79,342 


42.855 


34.575 


1,057 


159,378 


80,344 


37,905 


40,769 


731 


173,064 


94,831 


41 ,922 


51,136 


828 


187,075 


106.390 


48.645 


55,736 


1,020 


177.093 


99.900 


45.546 


52,803 


893 


119,237 


67,453 


22.275 


44,188 


— 


142,054 


84,543 


46.586 


36,409 


1,233 


164,116 


91,512 


39,683 


49,484 


1,558 


176,432 


107,893 


43.703 


61,847 


1,353 


186,110 


103,896 


44,075 


58,060 


861 


130,779 


74,433 


34,093 


38,802 


818 



125055 



1984 
1985 

1984 F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 



169.671 



87,228 



49,834 



35,208 



1,200 



10,486 
10,078 

911 
990 
900 
945 
945 
855 
450 
896 
1.007 
978 
675 

990 
855 
939 
945 
989 
658 
990 
315 
787 
990 
900 
720 

986 











Trucks and Vans 












Year 




















and 










International 










month 


Total 


Chrysler 


Ford 


G.M. 


Harvester 


Mack 


Western Star 


Freightliner 


Paccar 


D 


125059 


125060 


125061 


125062 


125065 


125067 


125066 


124983 


124984 


1984 


808,232 


362,052 


155,853 


274,008 


7.797 


2,998 


2,319 


2,194 


1.844 


1985 


855,609 


390,120 


163,556 


280,468 


10,575 


3,289 


2,257 


3.431 


1.913 


1984 F 


55,974 


29,537 


13,427 


25,285 


586 


129 


150 


127 


160 


M 


79.046 


34,936 


14,723 


28,031 


646 


199 


159 


162 


190 


A 


70.400 


31,401 


13,068 


24,603 


601 


189 


177 


185 


176 


M 


75,654 


33,459 


15,178 


25.413 


725 


280 


175 


222 


202 


J 


76,346 


34,650 


14,065 


26,226 


775 


73 


167 


200 


190 


J 


52.012 


12,716 


4,572 


20,878 


216 


461 


139 


202 


112 


A 


64,512 


33,720 


12,846 


16.314 


956 


298 


174 


204 


— 


S 


73,041 


31.886 


16,333 


23.015 


833 


390 


199 


207 


178 


O 


67,100 


36,012 


14,877 


14,329 


933 


349 


250 


152 


198 


N 


76,054 


33,187 


15,200 


26,391 


410 


133 


290 


245 


198 


D 


55,470 


26,037 


10,831 


17,159 


545 


305 


301 


174 


118 


1985 J 


79,414 


37,061 


15,534 


24,919 


909 


347 


243 


240 


161 


F 


72,052 


31 ,377 


13,795 


25,014 


962 


329 


232 


195 


148 


M 


79.034 


38,286 


14,132 


24.71 1 


1,025 


306 


208 


217 


149 


A 


78.233 


35,678 


15.472 


25.169 


1,079 


304 


138 


247 


146 


M 


80.685 


36,866 


15.964 


25.866 


1,175 


301 


130 


185 


198 


J 


77.193 


35,892 


14,505 


24,889 


1,078 


276 


160 


220 


173 


J 


51,784 


21,179 


5,633 


23.556 


700 


287 


110 


204 


115 


A 


57,511 


27.722 


13,190 


15,239 


765 


108 


154 


153 


180 


S 


72.604 


36,115 


14,099 


20,923 


650 


310 


192 


169 


146 





68,539 


25,312 


15,403 


26,149 


803 


199 


228 


259 


186 


N 


82,214 


38,187 


14,986 


26,143 


853 


261 


245 


1,342 


197 


D 


56,346 


26,445 


10,843 


17,890 


576 


261 


217 


— 


114 


1986 J 


82,443 


38,550 


15,598 


25,401 


736 


369 


207 


1,442 


140 



Source: Motor Vehicle Manufacturers' Association of Canada. 



81 



Section 


6— Table 15 




























April 1986 


Table 15: Refrigerators, 


freezers, 


washing 


machines and clothes dryers (thousand units) 














Year 


Mechanical refrigerators, 
domestic type' 


Freezers, domestic 
home and farm 


type 


Refrigerators 

& freezers, 

household type 






Domestic 


washing machines' 




Clothes dryers 




and 

month 


Pro- 
duction 


Domestic 
Sales 3 


Factory 
stocks 4 


Pro- Domestic 
duction Sales 


Factory 
stocks 4 


Imports 


Exports 


Pro- 
duction" 


Sales'," 


Factory 
stocks*" 


Imports 


Exports 


Pro- 
duction 


Sales 2 


Factory 
stocks 4 


D 


2385 


339998 


2387 


2395 


339999 


2397 


446619 


418719 


2390 


2391 


2392 


446610 


418710 


2398 


2399 


2400 


1984 


439.07 


419.27 


75.26 


253.11 


239.86 


44.97 


105 




84 


368.04 


359.42 


58.38 


66 


21 


288.83 


290.80 


45 04 


1985 


509.99 


454.46 


77.98 


238 98 


229.15 


30.15 


104 




80 


406.56 


393.71 


62.77 


80 


17 


334.63 


327.74 


51.96 


1984 M 


48.65 


29.06 


134.09 


20.42 


15.34 


83.45 


7 




7 


43.04 


27.05 


93.77 


4 


1 


34.66 


21.06 


70.17 


A 


41.90 


31.19 


137.85 


22.02 


14.68 


87.80 


8 




8 


27.79 


26.47 


93.79 


6 


1 


24.15 


20 39 


73.86 


M 


3597 


33.55 


138.71 


30.70 


21 84 


88.69 


18 




7 


30.84 


26.05 


98.49 


7 


2 


26.75 


19.42 


80.96 


J 


38.86 


48.39 


128.57 


31.49 


30.11 


83.10 


13 




8 


36.05 


38.90 


94.48 


4 


2 


32.23 


30.26 


82.29 


J 


22 03 


45.98 


102.64 


20.03 


26.87 


73.30 


9 




8 


13.62 


36.91 


70.15 


6 


2 


12.18 


27.38 


66.60 


A 


21.34 


35.74 


89.73 


19.75 


31.54 


58.79 


9 




5 


20.26 


27.70 


62.36 


8 


2 


14.37 


21.08 


60.96 


S 


32.39 


40.91 


80.81 


17.29 


23.53 


49.34 


5 




7 


3637 


36.95 


75.88 


5 


1 


19.90 


29 00 


51 93 





40 95 


38.84 


76.12 


22.87 


23.98 


46.17 


13 




6 


34.14 


34.23 


58.99 


7 


2 


26.87 


32.42 


45.97 


N 


34.95 


28.97 


81.90 


16.34 


13.70 


47.04 


6 




6 


25.18 


23.98 


59.44 


7 


3 


20.72 


21.19 


46.15 


D 


30.03 


30.25 


75.26 


10 58 


11.36 


44.97 


3 




4 


27.32 


27.37 


58.38 


3 


2 


22.45 


24.41 


45.04 


1985 J 


35.98 


23.76 


83.26 


13.89 


11.29 


43.43 


6 




6 


26.26 


23.99 


60.29 


5 


3 


20.91 


20.69 


46.54 


F 


41.25 


28.50 


91.73 


14.16 


10 37 


46.69 


3 




7 


28.73 


26.17 


61.21 


8 


1 


24.06 


22 88 


46.36 


M 


49.42 


32.24 


99.23 


17.87 


15.33 


47.62 


5 




8 


39.57 


32.95 


66.60 


5 


2 


30.18 


27.11 


49.92 


A 


49.20 


37.15 


108.43 


24.50 


16.52 


52.37 


7 




6 


37.11 


28.67 


73.82 


8 


1 


28.18 


23.27 


56.50 


M 


45.95 


36.12 


114.38 


28.85 


20.04 


58.34 


10 




7 


35.68 


30.69 


79.70 


8 


2 


28.36 


22.46 


61.95 


J 


52.09 


45.20 


116.26 


27.48 


22.07 


58.78 


9 




9 


44.00 


42.22 


80.52 


6 


2 


36.05 


30.45 


68.23 


J 


29.38 


48.60 


93.92 


24.04 


28.95 


52.78 


10 




9 


17.37 


34.70 


62.12 


4 


1 


15.61 


27.79 


55.27 


A 


2941 


36.37 


84.45 


16.26 


24.77 


41.48 


13 




5 


30.59 


29.38 


63.65 


8 


1 


27.37 


23.77 


58.19 


S 


44.04 


43.87 


79.79 


15.84 


25.89 


28.95 


11 




6 


42.39 


41.58 


64.58 


9 


1 


35.68 


34.89 


60.19 


O 


45 78 


46.78 


73.61 


20.80 


24.46 


24.04 


10 




6 


32.81 


39.98 


56.80 


7 


1 


28.20 


35.74 


52.18 


N 


43.76 


37.38 


75.48 


21.93 


17.06 


28.51 


10 




5 


34.87 


32.45 


57.55 


5 


1 


29.39 


29.83 


49.93 


D 


43.73 


38.49 


77.98 


13 36 


12.40 


30.15 


10 




6 


37.18 


30.93 


62.77 


7 


1 


30.64 


28.86 


51.96 


1986 J 


42.77 


26.98 


94.79 


18.78 


12.70 


32 56 


11 




4 


34.09 


27.21 


69.76 


5 


_ 


22.80 


22.91 


51.53 


F 


50.53 


33.02 


104.47 


24.60 


10.91 


36.61 


7 




9 


41.40 


31.01 


79.18 


7 


1 


31.26 


27.18 


52.78 



'Gas types are included 'Includes producers' shipments for export 3 ln some cases these shipments are not at the factory level, and stocks at beginning of month plus production 
less shipments do not equal stocks at end of month 4 End of period 'Electric and other "Excludes apartment type machines 'Excludes other than electric. 
Sources: Production, Sales and Stocks of Major Appliances (43-010), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Imports by Commodities (65-007), Statistics Canada. 



82 



Section 7 ■ Fuel, Power, Mining 

1 . Electric Power Statistics: Canada 

2. Electric Power Available, by Province 

3. Coal and Coke 

4. Supply and Disposition of Crude Oil and Natural Gas 

5. Statistics of Refined Petroleum Products 

6. Metals 

7. Non-metallic Minerals 



83 



Section 7— Tables 1 and 2 

Table 1: Electric power statistics: Canada, (thousands ot megawatt hours) 



April 1986 









Total generation 




























Utility 


Industry 


Deliveries 
to the 




Year 




Steam 




Internal 








and 




conven- 


Steam 


combus- 


Gas 




generation: 


generation: 


U.S.: 


Total 


month 


Hydro 


tional 


nuclear 


tion 


turbine 


Total 


Total 


Total 


Total 


available 


D 


372131 


372132 


372133 


372134 


372135 


372136 


372125 


372130 


372145 


372149 


1984 


283,370 


89.144 


49,255 


703 


2.381 


424,853 


387,243 


37,609 


41,436 


385,761 


1985 


300,736 


85,323 


57,095 


734 


2,524 


446,412 


408,643 


37,769 


43,016 


406,089 


1984 F 


23,656 


8,257 


4,006 


63 


199 


36,181 


33.227 


2,953 


3.003 


33,364 


M 


25,233 


8,708 


4,327 


65 


202 


38,534 


35.421 


3,113 


2.975 


35.788 


A 


22.998 


6,362 


3.753 


58 


193 


33.363 


30,284 


3,078 


3.130 


30,493 


M 


23.214 


6,814 


3.007 


54 


197 


33.286 


30.088 


3,198 


3.306 


30.213 


J 


21,310 


6,245 


3,418 


48 


151 


31,172 


28,156 


3,017 


3.206 


28.253 


J 


21,414 


5,927 


4,059 


44 


201 


31,646 


28,433 


3,213 


3.814 


28,085 


A 


22,141 


6.889 


4,433 


49 


233 


33,745 


30,637 


3,107 


4,524 


29,347 


S 


20.833 


6,468 


3,785 


52 


176 


31,316 


28,359 


2,956 


3,671 


27,747 





23,423 


7,306 


4,312 


58 


192 


35.291 


32,026 


3.266 


4,031 


31 ,402 


N 


25,032 


8,142 


4,288 


65 


202 


37.729 


34,583 


3.146 


3.276 


34,645 


D 


27.301 


7,790 


5,486 


75 


216 


40,868 


37,637 


3.232 


3.238 


37,774 


1985 J 


28,599 


9,674 


5,394 


76 


236 


43,980 


40,661 


3.318 


3,001 


41,187 


F 


24,915 


8,680 


4,701 


77 


223 


38,595 


35,613 


2.982 


2,544 


36,238 


M 


27,011 


8.093 


5.387 


70 


203 


40,765 


37.524 


3.241 


3,756 


37,164 


A 


24,032 


6,252 


4,747 


60 


181 


35,273 


32,264 


3.009 


3,213 


32,456 


M 


24.485 


7,086 


2,130 


57 


169 


33,928 


30,762 


3.165 


3,600 


30,772 


J 


22,157 


6,050 


3,645 


48 


176 


32,077 


29,085 


2.993 


3,813 


28,523 


J 


22,722 


5,487 


5,065 


44 


208 


33,525 


30,455 


3.070 


4,335 


29,330 


A 


23,255 


5,596 


5,414 


47 


225 


34,537 


31,271 


3.267 


4,617 


30,014 


S 


22,118 


5.770 


4,901 


52 


224 


33,065 


30,012 


3,053 


3,854 


29,410 





24,617 


6.675 


4,585 


59 


217 


36,153 


32,869 


3,284 


3.563 


32,808 


N 


27,235 


7.290 


5,197 


68 


233 


40,023 


36,876 


3,148 


3.345 


36,879 


D 


29,590 


8.668 


5,928 


75 


229 


44,491 


41 ,252 


3,239 


3.374 


41 .308 



1986 J 



29.822 



9.641 



5,757 



69 



225 



45,513 



42,181 



3,332 



3.659 



41.987 



Note: Monthly data includes all producers of electric energy who generate 20 MW.h or more per year. The monthly data accounts for approximately 99% of all generation plus 100% of 

all imports and exports. 

Source: Electric Power Statistics (57-001), Statistics Canada. 



Table 2: Electric power available, by province (thousands of megawatt hours) 



Year 
and 
month 



N.S. 



NB 



Que. 



Ont 



Man 



Sask. 



B.C. 



372149 



371789 



371819 



371939 



372059 



372089 



372119 



1984 


385,761 


9,491 


541 


7,242 


10,338 


135,265 


118.394 


15,202 


1 1 .828 


31.101 


45,612 


255 


492 


1985 


406,089 


9,551 


576 


7,662 


10,441 


144,534 


122,386 


15,840 


12,067 


33.290 


48.975 


257 


509 


1984 F 


33,364 


866 


35 


635 


942 


12,383 


10,244 


1,356 


987 


2.439 


3,411 


23 


44 


M 


35.788 


893 


47 


675 


968 


13,570 


1 1 ,099 


1,449 


1,054 


2,631 


3,340 


20 


44 


A 


30,493 


835 


43 


607 


863 


10,796 


9,325 


1,137 


867 


2,391 


3,571 


20 


39 


M 


30,213 


760 


44 


584 


831 


10,349 


9,230 


1,132 


902 


2,468 


3,856 


19 


38 


J 


28,253 


693 


41 


526 


752 


9,196 


9,043 


1,029 


867 


2,392 


3.662 


17 


35 


J 


28,085 


647 


46 


525 


716 


9.240 


9,011 


1,032 


894 


2,594 


3.328 


17 


35 


A 


29,347 


646 


49 


549 


759 


9.516 


9,594 


1,063 


910 


2,563 


3.645 


17 


37 


S 


27,747 


658 


44 


522 


736 


9,304 


8,790 


1,052 


861 


2,402 


3.323 


18 


38 


O 


31 ,402 


764 


46 


597 


852 


10,693 


9,409 


1,220 


990 


2.688 


4,078 


22 


43 


N 


34,645 


851 


47 


635 


896 


12,245 


10,180 


1,415 


1,105 


2.798 


4,402 


25 


45 


D 


37,774 


919 


51 


688 


989 


13,738 


10,775 


1,698 


1,215 


2,981 


4,645 


28 


48 


1985 J 


41,187 


974 


51 


757 


1,142 


15,655 


12,040 


1.734 


1,217 


2,974 


4,569 


25 


49 


F 


36,238 


864 


46 


736 


977 


13,438 


10,634 


1,533 


1,096 


2,754 


4,088 


25 


45 


M 


37,164 


937 


49 


713 


1,025 


13,772 


10,958 


1,405 


1.064 


2.826 


4,344 


23 


48 


A 


32,456 


814 


44 


621 


869 


11,906 


9,700 


1,172 


883 


2.580 


3,800 


24 


44 


M 


30,772 


755 


46 


602 


823 


10,639 


9,337 


1,141 


893 


2,671 


3,804 


21 


42 


J 


28,523 


681 


44 


553 


713 


9,549 


8.905 


1,052 


859 


2,585 


3,527 


17 


37 


J 


29,330 


632 


48 


552 


662 


9,657 


9.334 


1,026 


936 


2,746 


3,684 


16 


36 


A 


30,014 


653 


50 


559 


731 


10,032 


9,536 


1,057 


865 


2,699 


3,778 


16 


39 


S 


29,410 


660 


47 


547 


706 


9,736 


9,412 


1,116 


883 


2,576 


3,674 


17 


37 


O 


32,808 


779 


48 


634 


750 


11.376 


9,831 


1.294 


1.025 


2,818 


4.192 


18 


42 


N 


36,879 


863 


49 


641 


931 


13.261 


10,723 


1.571 


1.142 


2,970 


4,657 


25 


46 


D 


41,308 


940 


53 


747 


1,111 


15.514 


1 1 ,975 


1,740 


1,204 


3,091 


4,858 


30 


44 



1986 J 



41.987 



967 



53 



770 



1,164 



15,872 



12.458 



1,712 



1,165 



3,142 



4.612 



25 



46 



Note: Monthly data includes all producers of electric energy who generate 20 MW h or more per year. The monthly data accounts for approximately 99% of all generation plus 100% of 

all imports and exports 

Source: Electric Power Statistics (57-001), Statistics Canada. 



84 



April 1986 

Table 3: Coal and coke (thousand of metric tonnes) 



Section 7— Tables 3 and 4 











Coal 


production 














Available 




Year 




Sub- 


















and 


Bitu- 


bitu- 




















lor con- 


Coke 


month 


minous 


minous 


Lignite 


Total 


N.S 


N.B. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


BC 


Imports 


Exports 


sumption 


production 


D 


2479 


2480 


2481 


2482 


2483 


2484 


2485 


2486 


2487 


2488 


261404 


2490 


2491 


1984 


32.063 


15,422 


9.916 


57,401 


3,095 


567 


9,916 


23,052 


20.771 


18,351 


25,136 


50.616 


4.900 


1985 


34.138 


16,869 


9,674 


60,681 


2,738 


559 


9.676 


24,715 


22.993 


14,898 


26,707 


48.872 


4.685 


1984 F 


2.614 


1,139 


802 


4.555 


300 


46 


802 


1,809 


1,598 


7 


1,894 


2.668 


395 


M 


2,675 


1,229 


805 


4.709 


265 


38 


805 


1,897 


1,704 


521 


2,078 


3,152 


418 


A 


2.461 


1,118 


701 


4.280 


225 


46 


701 


1,793 


1,515 


2,875 


2,005 


5,150 


400 


M 


2,807 


1,271 


768 


4.846 


238 


50 


768 


1,943 


1,847 


2,402 


2,522 


4,726 


421 


J 


2,763 


1,139 


734 


4.636 


215 


36 


734 


1,791 


1,860 


2,333 


2,249 


4,720 


381 


J 


2,400 


1,245 


770 


4,415 


187 


53 


770 


1,700 


1,705 


2.516 


2,130 


4,801 


408 


A 


2,656 


1,319 


780 


4,755 


313 


52 


780 


1.954 


1,656 


2.292 


2,107 


4,940 


415 


S 


2,851 


1,177 


837 


4,865 


246 


51 


837 


1.810 


1,921 


1.507 


2,181 


4,191 


405 


o 


3,242 


1,383 


854 


5,479 


308 


53 


854 


2.190 


2,074 


1.897 


2,378 


4,998 


440 


N 


2,808 


1,425 


988 


5,221 


291 


55 


988 


2.052 


1,835 


1.251 


1,803 


4,669 


407 


D 


2,326 


1.643 


1,013 


4,982 


230 


40 


1,013 


2,137 


1.562 


737 


2,088 


3,631 


401 


1985 J 


2,927 


1.360 


1.046 


5,333 


270 


41 


1.047 


1,956 


2,019 


4 


2,685 


2,652 


402 


F 


2.746 


1,335 


945 


5,026 


284 


38 


945 


2,014 


1,745 


— 


2,059 


2.967 


373 


M 


3.183 


1,422 


919 


5,524 


292 


36 


919 


2,139 


2,138 


64 


2,265 


3.323 


407 


A 


2.993 


1.346 


746 


5,085 


252 


43 


746 


2,024 


2,020 


1.191 


2.552 


3,724 


390 


M 


3.191 


1.334 


616 


5,141 


207 


43 


617 


2,230 


2,044 


2.218 


1,998 


5,361 


395 


J 


3,130 


1.253 


751 


5,134 


183 


44 


751 


2,038 


2,118 


2,160 


2.358 


4.936 


379 


J 


2,557 


1.418 


737 


4,712 


211 


49 


737 


1,913 


1,802 


1.599 


1,316 


4.995 


413 


A 


2,547 


1,314 


712 


4,573 


208 


52 


712 


1,719 


1,882 


1.503 


2,381 


3.695 


393 


S 


2,809 


1,318 


653 


4,780 


181 


51 


653 


2,006 


1,889 


1,965 


1.915 


4.830 


377 


O 


3,077 


1,502 


813 


5,392 


273 


62 


813 


2,206 


2,038 


1,619 


2.942 


4.069 


385 


N 


2,718 


1,545 


860 


5,123 


209 


46 


860 


2,181 


1,827 


1,406 


1.702 


4.827 


371 


D 


2,260 


1,722 


876 


4,858 


168 


54 


876 


2,289 


1,471 


1,169 


2.534 


3.493 


400 


1986 J 


2.920 


1,763 


913 


5.596 


227 


51 


913 


2,472 


1,933 


- 


2,123 


3,473 


404 



Note: Annual data may include revisions not available on a monthly basis 
Sources: Coal and Coke Statistics (45-002), monthly, Statistics Canada. 

Table 4: Supply and disposition of crude oil and natural gas 1 





















Natural 


gas 












































Domestic 
net new 


Total 
supply ot 




Sales 












Net 






Deliveries 








domestic 




Total 


to 


Total 


produc- 


market- 




Resi- 


Com- 


Indus- 






Year 


production 


Imports 


supply 


refineries 


exports 


tion 3 


able gas 


Total 


dential 


mercial 


trial 


Exports 


Imports 


month 




Thousand cubic metres 










Million cubic 


metres 











2505 


2506 


2507 


2508 


2509 


2510 


2511 


344472 


344475 


344474 


344473 


344471 


344460 


1984 


89,088.1 


14,241.3 


103,329.4 


82,519.1 


20,650.1 


101,578.5 


71.017.5 


47,558.4 


12,132.2 


10.064.3 


25,361 .9 


21,401.6 


3.6 


1985 


91,182.8 


16,422.8 


107,605.6 


79,768.0 


27,834.7 


108,575.9 


77.169.6 


50.122.1 


12,762.5 


10.668.8 


26,690.9 


26.152.9 


5.1 


1984 J 


7,178.4 


1,770.1 


8.948.5 


7,586.4 


1 ,536.3 


10.482.0 


7.650.3 


6.224.1 


2,071.5 


1,629.4 


2,523.2 


2,530.9 


0.5 


F 


7.068.6 


1 .323.3 


8,391.9 


6,790.0 


1,409.2 


8,621.4 


6.070.3 


5.051.1 


1 ,603.7 


1.266.0 


2,181.3 


1,750.1 


0.4 


M 


7.720.2 


1,569.7 


9,289.9 


7,396.9 


1 ,750.5 


8,947.4 


6,259.0 


5.202.3 


1 ,580.5 


1.286.5 


2,335.3 


1 ,730.5 


0.3 


A 


7.249.5 


853.8 


8.103.3 


6,168.4 


2,081.9 


7,996.9 


5.488.6 


4.004.2 


1 ,080.5 


867.3 


2,056.4 


1 ,698.6 


0.2 


M 


7.365.0 


988.9 


8.353.9 


6.564.6 


2,118.3 


7,648.0 


5.298.7 


3,372.4 


763.0 


622.1 


1 ,987.3 


1.613.8 


- 


J 


7,422.8 


1.088.4 


8.511.2 


6.778.6 


1,440.1 


6,921.5 


4.746.6 


2.538.1 


412.6 


344.2 


1.781.3 


1,429.7 


- 


J 


7,930.8 


1,294.9 


9,225.7 


7,666.2 


1,581.2 


7,232.9 


4,798.4 


2.413.4 


323.2 


271.8 


1.818.4 


1 .336.9 


- 


A 


7,511.5 


905.9 


8.417.4 


7,097.2 


1 .452.3 


7,298.7 


4,830.8 


2.456.6 


303.4 


285.1 


1.868.2 


1 .375.0 


-- 


S 


6,755.2 


997.6 


7.752.8 


6,156.9 


1 .524.5 


7,399.1 


5,014.8 


2,721.8 


438.6 


395.3 


1.887.9 


1.457.7 


~ 


O 


7,634.4 


921.5 


8.555.9 


6.469.2 


1 ,893.7 


8,591.7 


5.944.1 


3.490.1 


715.2 


650.5 


2,124.4 


1 ,630.4 


0.3 


N 


7,445.4 


1,122.4 


8.567.8 


6,848.0 


1 .909.7 


9,711.1 


7.009.1 


4.580.5 


1,190.4 


1 .037.4 


2,352.8 


2,241.1 


0.6 


D 


7.806.3 


1,404.8 


9,211.1 


6.996.7 


1 .952.4 


10,727.8 


7,906.8 


5.503.8 


1,649.7 


1 .408.6 


2,445.4 


2,606.8 


1.1 


1985 J 


7,507.5 


1,163.2 


8.670.7 


6.811.3 


1 ,701 .2 


10,948.7 


8,087.3 


6,335.5 


2,042.2 


1 .692.3 


2,601.0 


2,867.5 


0.8 


F 


7,009.2 


687.8 


7,697.0 


5.498.5 


2,268.5 


10,111.1 


7,522.7 


5.863.2 


1 ,924.4 


1.578.1 


2,360.6 


2,668.9 


0.8 


M 


7.992.8 


874.1 


8.866.9 


6.106.1 


2.768.5 


10,033.3 


7,186.7 


5.352.5 


1,543.6 


1 .270.3 


2,538.7 


2,460.3 


0.6 


A 


7.215.3 


1,002.8 


8.218.1 


5,607.9 


2.674.3 


8,786.5 


6.134.4 


4,227.7 


1,136.7 


940.8 


2,150.3 


2,061.1 


0.3 


M 


7.697.2 


1 ,480.9 


9,178.1 


6.710.5 


2.473.7 


8.185.7 


5.687.7 


3.183.0 


651.4 


522.0 


2,009.6 


2,019.6 


-- 


J 


7.396.8 


1 ,662.9 


9,059.7 


7.010.5 


2.008.1 


7,410.4 


5,093.9 


2,633.7 


423.5 


327.3 


1 ,882.9 


1 ,762.9 


0.1 


J 


7.689.9 


1,373.0 


9.062.9 


7,110.9 


1,891.9 


7,338.8 


4.968.0 


2.505.4 


344.3 


289.9 


1,871.2 


1 ,624.4 


0.2 


A 


7,588.2 


1,438.8 


9.027.0 


7.208.4 


1.944.4 


7,409.0 


5.043.8 


2.605.9 


344.7 


303.3 


1 ,957.8 


1,717.4 


- 


S 


7.350.1 


1,717.0 


9.067.1 


6,718.3 


2.571.7 


7,909.6 


5,469.2 


2.897.5 


463.8 


426.9 


2,006.8 


1,711.1 


0.1 


O 


7.808.2 


1 ,482.4 


9,290.6 


6.612.2 


2.488.1 


8,934.2 


6,243.0 


3.736.0 


746.3 


657.3 


2.332.4 


2,078.7 


0.3 


N 


7,814.4 


1.671.6 


9.486.0 


7,106.5 


2,349.3 


10,130.6 


7.374.9 


4,933.1 


1.365.7 


1.169.5 


2,397.9 


2,186.6 


1.0 


D 


8,113.2 


1 ,868.3 


9.981.5 


7,266.9 


2,695.0 


11,378.0 


8.358.0 


5.848.4 


1,775.9 


1,491.0 


2,581.5 


2,994.4 


0.8 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding. Current figures in this table are preliminary and therefore subject to revision. 
'Supply and disposition for both Crude Oil and Natural Gas will not agree because of losses, inventory changes, pipeline fuel used etc 
plus. 'Gross new production by field less field flared and waste. 
Sources: Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Production (26-006), Gas Utilities (55-002), Statistics Canada. 



'Includes crude oil. condensate and pentanes 



85 



Section 7— Table 5 

Table 5: Statistics of refined petroleum products (thousand cubic metres) 



April 1986 





Total 

refinery 

receipts' 








Production 


of saleable 


products 2 










Net sales in 


Canada 




Year 
and 

month 


Total, all 
products" 


Motor 
gasoline 


Heavy 
fuel oil 


Oiesel 
fuel oil 


Light 
fuel oil 3 


Aviation 
fuel 4 


Asphalt 


Liquefied 
petro- 
leum 
gases' 


Other 
products' 


Total all 
products 


Motor 
gasoline 


Heavy 
fuel oil 


Diesel 
fuel oil 


D 


330501 


2532 


2533 


2534 


2535 


2536 


2537 


2538 


2539 


2540 


337115 


333515 


335015 


334415 


1984 


82 639 


87 616 


32 385 


8 695 


15 035 


10 284 


4 407 


2 560 


3 340 


10 909 


78 323 


32 915 


7 227 


14 783 


1985 


79 808 


86 634 


32 293 


7 033 


15116 


9 353 


4 583 


2 898 


3 354 


12 003 


77 997 


32 799 


5 868 


15 148 


1984 F 


6 780 


7 409 


2 666 


816 


1 112 


1 216 


295 


116 


285 


903 


6 328 


2 405 


730 


1 025 


M 


7 353 


7 428 


2 667 


843 


1 165 


897 


422 


99 


272 


1 064 


6 630 


2 604 


584 


1 090 


A 


6 199 


6 338 


2 326 


718 


1 164 


558 


308 


190 


220 


855 


5844 


2 541 


502 


1 133 


M 


6 502 


6 980 


2 507 


729 


1 289 


727 


388 


282 


279 


779 


6 680 


2 913 


665 


1 441 


J 


6 838 


7 242 


2 690 


700 


1 315 


750 


406 


305 


292 


783 


6 331 


2 811 


563 


1 316 


J 


7 695 


8 042 


2 974 


697 


1 496 


711 


472 


336 


320 


1 035 


6 714 


3 046 


558 


1 332 


A 


7 126 


8014 


2 992 


658 


1 394 


809 


462 


420 


315 


963 


6 871 


3 186 


445 


1 427 


S 


6 158 


6 242 


2 508 


577 


1 065 


592 


379 


320 


269 


531 


6 017 


2 641 


538 


1 224 





6 469 


6 947 


2 468 


547 


1 304 


672 


362 


234 


246 


1 114 


6 950 


2 911 


581 


1 405 


N 


6 848 


7 343 


2 745 


765 


1 328 


867 


279 


116 


281 


963 


6 788 


2 758 


675 


1 306 


D 


6 997 


7 676 


2 869 


744 


1 269 


1 118 


353 


66 


287 


970 


6 463 


2 636 


599 


1 091 


1985 J 


6 812 


7 123 


2 624 


642 


1 041 


1 077 


329 


68 


279 


1 062 


6 864 


2 523 


679 


1 027 


F 


5 499 


6 325 


2 414 


578 


964 


850 


302 


124 


246 


845 


6114 


2 322 


572 


1 050 


M 


6 105 


6 960 


2 723 


630 


1 116 


846 


346 


96 


299 


903 


5 993 


2 439 


559 


1 078 


A 


5 608 


6 027 


2 292 


579 


1 087 


504 


360 


132 


231 


844 


5 984 


2614 


511 


1 088 


M 


6710 


7 050 


2 652 


579 


1 339 


493 


364 


208 


248 


1 166 


6 738 


2 938 


473 


1 534 


J 


7 011 


7 292 


2 602 


518 


1 428 


513 


448 


369 


261 


1 153 


5 883 


2 677 


319 


1 254 


J 


7 111 


7 933 


2 923 


541 


1 380 


629 


486 


491 


284 


1 199 


6 682 


3 097 


333 


1 353 


A 


7 209 


7 857 


2 989 


523 


1 429 


617 


487 


502 


393 


916 


6 851 


3 149 


343 


1 365 


S 


6 747 


7 131 


2 636 


521 


1 199 


776 


361 


376 


276 


986 


6 397 


2 757 


359 


1 393 





6 612 


7 472 


2 721 


589 


1 290 


846 


428 


303 


292 


1 004 


6 913 


2 855 


485 


1 469 


N 


7 118 


7 675 


2 828 


631 


1 469 


1 015 


356 


129 


269 


979 


6 421 


2 629 


536 


1 280 


D 


7 267 


7 789 


2 889 


702 


1 374 


1 187 


316 


100 


276 


946 


7 157 


2 799 


702 


1 257 



6 697 



2 475 



627 



1 086 







Net 


sales in Canada 










Closing 


inventories 










Year 
and 

month 


Light 
fuel oil 3 


Aviation 
fuel 4 


Asphalt 


Liquefied 

petroleum 

gases' 


Other 
products' 


Total all 
products 


Motor 
gasoline 


Heavy 
fuel oil 


Oiesel 
fuel oil 


Light 
fuel oil 3 


Aviation 
fuel 4 


Asphalt 


Liquefied 
petro- 
leum 
gases' 


Other 
products* 


D 


2545 


2546 


335315 


2548 


2549 


337106 


333506 


335006 


334406 


2554 


2555 


335306 


2557 


2558 


1984 


8 791 


4 319 


2 368 


2 216 


5 700 


13 201 


4 218 


875 


2316 


2 435 


671 


272 


171 


2 242 


1985 


8 289 


4 475 


2 694 


2 227 


6 498 


11 137 


3 881 


700 


1 823 


1 893 


605 


327 


210 


1 698 


1984 F 


1 229 


315 


58 


164 


401 


13614 


4 977 


1 148 


1 972 


2113 


586 


374 


193 


2 250 


M 


1 302 


336 


74 


170 


470 


13 322 


4 993 


1 103 


1 992 


1 716 


651 


394 


159 


2 313 


A 


680 


332 


76 


141 


438 


12 839 


4 640 


1 138 


1 978 


1 520 


626 


506 


139 


2 292 


M 


458 


358 


166 


174 


505 


12 123 


4 273 


1 088 


1 750 


1 464 


636 


597 


148 


2 167 


J 


242 


374 


310 


199 


515 


12 169 


4 247 


1 022 


1 845 


1 630 


661 


551 


165 


2 047 


J 


156 


435 


393 


206 


587 


12 802 


4 360 


1 023 


2 121 


1 946 


674 


455 


199 


2 024 


A 


171 


468 


425 


222 


527 


13 298 


4 399 


1 121 


2 221 


2 263 


626 


408 


208 


2 054 


S 


404 


365 


319 


193 


331 


12643 


4 084 


1 066 


1 951 


2 328 


674 


398 


179 


1 962 


O 


618 


388 


320 


201 


527 


12 362 


3 905 


936 


1 987 


2 195 


705 


278 


176 


2 181 


N 


891 


320 


138 


181 


519 


12 342 


3 942 


857 


2 056 


2 327 


648 


246 


169 


2 097 


D 


1 078 


332 


43 


174 


509 


13 201 


4 218 


875 


2 316 


2 435 


671 


272 


171 


2 242 


1985 J 


1 568 


325 


43 


182 


517 


13 102 


4 456 


836 


2 284 


2 259 


614 


301 


162 


2 191 


F 


1 241 


292 


45 


163 


429 


12 308 


4 479 


784 


1 967 


1 855 


602 


381 


132 


2109 


M 


927 


336 


65 


160 


430 


12 206 


4 620 


847 


1 959 


1 649 


617 


411 


132 


1 971 


A 


671 


355 


93 


144 


509 


11 235 


4 223 


803 


1 801 


1 340 


600 


459 


160 


1 848 


M 


394 


392 


250 


172 


585 


10 353 


3 658 


818 


1 541 


1 194 


560 


390 


190 


2 002 


J 


198 


381 


360 


181 


513 


11 406 


3 829 


847 


1 998 


1 359 


629 


370 


235 


2 139 


J 


178 


461 


447 


211 


602 


11 832 


3 780 


886 


2 173 


1 547 


621 


364 


295 


2 166 


A 


242 


464 


450 


239 


600 


11 952 


3 810 


887 


2 237 


1 720 


658 


380 


343 


1 916 


S 


331 


420 


402 


207 


527 


11 693 


3 820 


829 


1 960 


1 962 


613 


339 


327 


1 844 


O 


543 


386 


366 


193 


617 


11 287 


3 849 


859 


1 705 


1 949 


611 


277 


290 


1 746 


N 


812 


300 


127 


172 


565 


11 505 


4004 


772 


1 858 


1 928 


644 


276 


252 


1 771 


D 


1 184 


363 


45 


203 


604 


11 137 


3 881 


700 


1 823 


1 893 


605 


327 


210 


1 698 



1986 J 



49 



'Includes domestic and imported crude oil, condensate and pentanes plus received by Canadian refineries. 'Refinery production (from crude oil. condensate and pentanes plus, and 
commingled propane/butane mixes) plus other materials used. 'Includes stove oil, kerosene. 'includes aviation gasoline and aviation turbo fuel. 'Includes propane and propane 
mixes and butane and butane mixes "Includes petro-chemical feed stocks, naphtha specialties, coke, lubricating oil and grease, still gas and other products 
Source: Refined Petroleum Products (45-004), Statistics Canada. 



86 



April 1986 
Table 6: Metals 



Section 7— Table 6 







Copper 




Nickel 






Lead 








Molybdf 






Total metal content 


Retined 


copper 


Total metal content 




Retined lead 




snum 


Year 


Production 


Exports' 


Production 


Exports' 


Production 


Exports 3 


Production 


Exports 4 


Production 


Exports 


Production 


Exports 


and 






























month 












Thousand 


tonnes 
















D 


2587 


418854 


2589 


418845 


2591 


418818 


2593 


418836 




2595 


418827 


2608 


418791 


1984 


721.9 


714 


504.4 


345 


173.7 


159 


264.3 


239 




175.1 




124 


11.6 


11 


1985 


724.4 


608 


499.5 


278 


151.6 


159 


2779 


178 




172.7 




115 


7.6 


6 


1984 M 


55.0 


68 


48.3 


36 


15.7 


15 


17.6 


19 




15.1 




12 


0.8 


1 


A 


63.4 


63 


45.7 


37 


16.0 


16 


20.4 


19 




14.4 




12 


07 


1 


M 


59.3 


55 


47.1 


24 


16.5 


13 


23.1 


21 




16.7 




10 


0.7 


1 


J 


61.2 


45 


43.1 


24 


12.8 


13 


18.8 


17 




14.8 




12 


1.4 


1 


J 


52.7 


73 


32.0 


19 


7.8 


7 


13.4 


8 




10.3 




8 


1.4 


1 


A 


55.7 


39 


36.3 


26 


78 


11 


36.6 


45 




15.0 




11 


1.0 


1 


S 


63.6 


66 


37.7 


41 


13.2 


17 


31.7 


29 




13.9 




10 


1.2 


1 





67.1 


81 


44.3 


25 


18.5 


15 


22.6 


19 




13.8 




9 


12 


1 


N 


62.3 


55 


42.9 


36 


19.7 


13 


22.8 


17 




15.4 




10 


0.9 


— 


D 


69.2 


52 


36.4 


29 


15.8 


15 


26.6 


15 




16.0 




9 


07 


1 


1985 J 


51.1 


53 


41.0 


23 


11.5 


14 


197 


15 




16.5 




10 


0.6 


1 


F 


57.4 


70 


39.7 


29 


12.6 


13 


19.5 


16 




15.7 




11 


0.7 


1 


M 


60.8 


41 


44.2 


16 


15.0 


17 


25.7 


21 




17.5 




13 


0.5 


— 


A 


60.2 


57 


44.4 


31 


16.4 


17 


19.2 


12 




15.7 




8 


0.7 


1 


M 


60.3 


58 


47.2 


30 


16.4 


15 


23.1 


10 




15.6 




6 


04 


1 


J 


58.6 


49 


40.8 


23 


11.6 


12 


22.1 


13 




10.0 




12 


0.5 


— 


J 


48.7 


35 


32.9 


15 


8.6 


7 


23.0 


11 




7.9 




6 


0.5 


— 


A 


57.1 


49 


33.4 


21 


6.4 


11 


30.2 


10 




11.5 




7 


0.5 


— 


S 


63.6 


57 


42.0 


26 


13.2 


12 


36.6 


9 




15.5 




9 


0.7 


— 





67.5 


58 


42.8 


24 


14.5 


15 


26.1 


36 




17.2 




11 


09 


— 


N 


65.4 


35 


45.1 


21 


11.9 


11 


17.7 


12 




16.2 




12 


0.8 


1 


D 


73.7 


46 


46.0 


19 


13.5 


15 


15.0 


13 




134 




10 


0.9 


1 


1986 J 


61.5 


60 


45.2 


23 


15.9 


15 


16.3 


9 




159 




9 


0.9 


1 


F 




52 




25 




11 




14 








12 




1 








Zinc 








Iron ore 




























Aluminum 
bauxite 


Producers' 








Silver 








Total metal contenl 




Retined zinc 


















ore 


shipments 




Gold 










Uranium 




Production 


Exports Production 


Exports 


imports 


in tonnes 


Production 


Production 




Exports 


production 


Year 






























and 


























Thousand 


Thousand 


month 






Thousand tonnes 






Thousands 


Thousand grams 




tonnes 


kilograms 


D 


2597 


418800 


2599 


418782 


446664 


2602 




2603 




2605 




418809 


2609 


1984 


1 062.6 




1 081 


683.2 


530 


3 801 


39 930 


83 445 


1 326 720 




1 521 


10 272 


1985 


1 048.9 




964 


692.4 


555 


3 619 


39 889 


85 450 


1 206 814 




1 675 


10 776 


1984 M 


75.2 




78 


58.6 


54 


171 


2 160 




7 012 




116215 




124 


856 


A 


78.7 




42 


59.0 


39 


152 


2 761 




6 654 




104 343 




86 


741 


M 


92.0 




106 


61.3 


49 


651 


4 305 




6 391 




127 748 




156 


607 


J 


83.5 




91 


49.9 


40 


336 


4 043 




7 128 




122 770 




83 


1 052 


J 


82.0 




52 


55.9 


32 


314 


4 205 




7 203 




93 393 




118 


842 


A 


117.9 




145 


51.0 


37 


474 


3 985 




7 731 




92 883 




161 


1 037 


S 


121.7 




120 


54.3 


39 


370 


3 952 




7 594 




110216 




140 


959 


O 


97.1 




108 


58.6 


47 


321 


4 202 




7 180 




124 183 




158 


825 


N 


112.8 




87 


55.0 


45 


397 


4344 




6 839 




109 470 




105 


1 057 


D 


87.0 




121 


62.5 


57 


335 


2 974 




6 936 




127 067 




124 


975 


1985 J 


57.2 




51 


60.2 


51 


150 


2 251 




5 783 




84 839 




180 


1 142 


F 


73.2 




59 


55.2 


46 


98 


2 156 




6 377 




110 102 




154 


758 


M 


84.2 




65 


60.8 


63 


171 


1 689 




7 179 




118 894 




229 


881 


A 


78.0 




89 


59.3 


47 


451 


3 435 




6 691 




106 997 




211 


636 


M 


96.5 




85 


60.3 


45 


344 


4 662 




7 226 




110016 




174 


543 


J 


89.7 




62 


52.6 


40 


328 


4 136 




7 503 




82 616 




125 


1 026 


J 


79.4 




61 


59.1 


40 


457 


3 497 




6 609 




104 538 




80 


579 


A 


122.8 




108 


56.2 


44 


328 


3 554 




7 913 




91 815 




105 


698 


S 


118.7 




119 


58.0 


44 


349 


4 270 




8 125 




98 749 




122 


954 





101.8 




92 


57.7 


40 


306 


3 448 




7 167 




120 445 




139 


1 306 


N 


63.2 




82 


54.6 


54 


447 


3 608 




7 542 




84 359 




66 


849 


D 


84.2 




91 


58.4 


41 


190 


3183 




7 335 




93 444 




90 


1 403 


1986 J 


60.3 




55 


61.9 


50 


233 


2 078 




7 231 




76 230 




90 


829 


F 






56 




46 


227 














197 





'Includes copper tine in ore, ingots, bars, billets, rods and strips 'Includes ingots, bars and billets includes nickel in matte or speiss, oxide and fine 'Includes lead in ore and 

in pigs 

Sources: Energy, Mines and Resources; Imports by Commodities (65-007), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada. 



87 



Section 7— Table 7 

Table 7: Non-metallic minerals (thousand tonnes) 



April 1986 





Asbestos 




Gypsum 


Cement 




Lime 


Salt and brine 




Potash 


Year 




















and 


Producers' 




Producers' 




Producers' 


Producers' 


Producers' 






month 


shipments 


Exports 


shipments 


Production 


shipments 


shipments 


shipments' 


Imports 


Production 


D 


2627 


418764 


2629 


2630 


2631 


2632 


2626 


446655 


2607 


1984 


836.6 


795 


7 775 


7 856 


7 766 


2 265.8 


10 235.4 


1 053 


7 527.3 


1985 


741.7 


720 


8 400 


8 692 


8 673 


2 269.3 


9 999.2 


1 256 


6 598.7 


1984 M 


76.5 


71 


538 


397 


383 


180.3 


700.1 


5 


719.6 


A 


76.1 


75 


694 


586 


506 


184.7 


589.2 


189 


651.9 


M 


73.9 


62 


838 


820 


757 


209.2 


812.9 


82 


684.0 


J 


74.7 


72 


895 


758 


879 


194.6 


818.3 


191 


424.2 


J 


65.3 


67 


603 


866 


877 


183.5 


727.8 


62 


485.0 


A 


65.3 


61 


722 


870 


924 


201.2 


827.3 


51 


780.2 


S 


61.7 


64 


649 


884 


876 


178.7 


943.3 


83 


660.7 





73.8 


66 


637 


914 


892 


203.5 


972.7 


73 


579.7 


N 


65.0 


69 


721 


738 


675 


195.7 


987.4 


80 


601.3 


D 


75.0 


55 


499 


570 


481 


176.4 


885.8 


125 


627.0 


1985 J 


52.2 


64 


493 


248 


265 


190.6 


1 046.5 


64 


532.5 


F 


56.2 


53 


462 


226 


290 


173.5 


1 163.7 


46 


470.1 


M 


67.9 


56 


595 


369 


435 


182.0 


683.8 


66 


708.9 


A 


59.0 


58 


645 


658 


640 


177.8 


794.4 


72 


775.0 


M 


69.0 


75 


790 


924 


928 


202.1 


800.0 


329 


733.2 


J 


66.2 


66 


786 


915 


933 


185.3 


660.6 


237 


356.3 


J 


48.1 


52 


739 


1 031 


963 


183.6 


475.9 


59 


344.9 


A 


69.3 


66 


666 


984 


1 001 


191.5 


492.9 


96 


453.2 


S 


67.0 


63 


840 


994 


1 007 


191.7 


588.9 


104 


633.7 





70.6 


65 


890 


957 


988 


206.3 


1 076.1 


28 


548.5 


N 


55.8 


51 


846 


806 


716 


195.1 


1 115.9 


75 


436.5 


D 


60.4 


51 


648 


579 


507 


189.8 


1 100.5 


80 


605.8 


1986 J 


49.9 


59 


589 


276 


364 


190.8 


1 206.9 


61 


460.0 


F 




49 




360 


429 






116 





'Total salt and salt content of brine. 

Sources: Energy, Mines and Resources; Cement (44-001), Imports by Commodities (65-007), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada. 



88 



Section 8 ■ Construction 

90 1. Building Permits, by Type 

90 2. Building Permits, by Province 

91 3. Dwelling Units Started, All Areas 

91 4. Dwelling Units Completed, All Areas 

91 5. Dwelling Units Under Construction, All Areas 

92 6. Dwelling Units Started, Centres 10,000 and Over 

92 7. Dwelling Units Completed, Centres 10,000 and Over 

93 8. Dwelling Units Under Construction, Centres 10,000 and Over 

93 9. Mortgage Loans Approvals 

94 10. Domestic Shipments ot Building Materials by Canadian Manufacturers 



89 



Section 8— Tables 1 and 2 

Table 1: Building permits, by type (million dollars) 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



April 1986 





Canada 
total' 




Non-residential 




Resi- 
dential 


Canada. 
55 munici- 
palities 
only 2 


Canada 
total' 




Non-residential 




Resi- 
dential 




Year 
and 

month 


Total 


Industrial 


Com- 
mercial 


Institu- 
tional and 
govern- 
ment 


Total 


Indus- 
trial 


Commer- 
cial 


Institu- 
tional and 
govern- 
ment 


Canada. 
55 munici- 
palities 
only 2 


D 
D 


2671 


2683 


2672 


2673 


2674 


2675 


2676 


2677 


4898 


2678 


2679 


2680 


2681 


2682 


1984 
1985 


15,501.6 
19,523.9 


6,988.4 
8.640.8 


1,367.2 
1,885.5 


3,715.3 
4,639.8 


1,905.9 
2,115.6 


8,513.2 
10,883.1 


5,474.1 
6,466.4 


4 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


5 



1984 J 


677.7 


353.6 


52.5 


202.3 


98.9 


324.0 


283.8 


1,189.6 


543.2 


95.9 


317.4 


129.9 


646.4 


432.8 


F 


841.0 


374.7 


41.1 


224.7 


109.0 


466.2 


363.1 


1 ,222.3 


503.5 


62.5 


306.3 


134.7 


718.8 


436.7 


M 


1,131.5 


425.5 


80.2 


208.9 


136.4 


706.0 


423.4 


1.142.0 


466.0 


101.6 


221.5 


142.8 


676.1 


408.2 


A 


1 ,467.9 


583.1 


105.8 


314.5 


162.7 


884.8 


482.4 


1,313.4 


623.5 


105.6 


329.9 


188.0 


689.9 


433.0 


M 


1,577.6 


553.8 


95.3 


309.9 


148.7 


1 .023.8 


432.2 


1.263.0 


539.6 


89.9 


287.7 


162.0 


723.3 


404.9 


J 


1,537.1 


663.1 


133.4 


387.9 


141.8 


874.0 


506.8 


1,383.2 


628.5 


141.7 


329.2 


157.6 


754.7 


479.6 


J 


1,547.5 


643.9 


117.2 


3282 


198.5 


903.6 


497.5 


1,438.7 


619.6 


105.8 


317.2 


196.6 


819.1 


499.2 


A 


1 ,424.2 


731.8 


154.4 


400.6 


176.7 


692.4 


512.7 


1,263.3 


595.7 


113.2 


345.5 


137.0 


667.5 


472.9 


S 


1,214.2 


592.1 


159.0 


297.8 


135.3 


622.1 


417.0 


1,267.6 


601.2 


146.3 


317.4 


137.4 


666.5 


442.4 


O 


1 ,459.0 


767.6 


133.3 


423.2 


211.2 


691.4 


583.9 


1.261.2 


627.9 


115.2 


344.5 


168.2 


633.3 


480.1 


N 


1 ,406.3 


624.1 


142.5 


302.0 


179.6 


782.2 


532.7 


1,316.1 


557.0 


134.3 


278.1 


144.6 


759.1 


452.7 


D 


1,217.7 


675.1 


152.6 


315.3 


207.2 


542.6 


438.5 


1,441.1 


682.6 


155.1 


320.6 


206.9 


758.5 


531.6 


1985 J 


774.7 


435.6 


99.8 


202.7 


133.1 


339.1 


361.4 


1 ,307.8 


640.1 


174.2 


299.2 


166.7 


667.6 


524.7 


F 


829.1 


393.6 


48.5 


210.8 


134.3 


435.5 


351.5 


1,268.5 


561.0 


78.9 


309.4 


172.8 


707.5 


447.1 


M 


1,273.9 


504.1 


98.5 


258.8 


146.8 


769.7 


404.9 


1 ,369.5 


595.1 


135.9 


293.8 


165.4 


774.4 


414.7 


A 


1 .947.6 


855.6 


309.9 


390.5 


155.3 


1 .092.0 


637.6 


1 ,684.5 


856.0 


294.9 


391.4 


169.7 


828.6 


541.2 


M 


2,048.6 


785.9 


141.6 


436.7 


207.7 


1 ,262.7 


639.4 


1.681.0 


767.3 


135.0 


406.7 


225.6 


913.7 


591.3 


J 


1 ,778.5 


734.2 


123.5 


464.8 


145.9 


1.044.3 


563.6 


1.691.8 


725.5 


137.3 


417.7 


170.5 


966.3 


563.3 


J 


1 ,865.7 


756.8 


162.8 


416.4 


177.5 


1,109.0 


538.8 


1,660.2 


707.1 


141.0 


395.0 


171.1 


953.1 


526.1 


A 


1 ,992.8 


9309 


239.7 


430.8 


260.4 


1,061.9 


748.7 


1.861.7 


781.1 


181.0 


391.6 


208.5 


1 ,080.6 


722.2 


S 


1 ,826.0 


722.2 


110.2 


379.1 


232.9 


1,103.8 


5568 


1.829.4 


713.0 


96.9 


392.5 


223.6 


1,116.4 


557.8 


O 


2,097.8 


981.1 


229.9 


541.3 


209.8 


1,116.8 


581.1 


1.818.2 


798.1 


196.8 


437.9 


163.4 


1,020.1 


475.3 


N 


1,739.7 


822.8 


169.1 


450.9 


202.8 


916.8 


589.3 


1 ,736.7 


788.2 


166.8 


450.2 


171.2 


948.6 


526.2 


D 


1 ,349.4 


718.0 


151.9 


457.2 


108.9 


631.5 


493.3 


1.614.6 


708.4 


146.7 


454.5 


107.2 


906.1 


576.6 



'In 1979, approximately 2.000 municipalities are being surveyed. 

so historical comparisons are possible. 

Source: Building Permits (64-001), Statistics Canada. 



'This is an historical series with data available back to 1920 Consistent coverage and volume have been maintained 



Table 2: Building permits, by province 1 (million dollars) 



Year and 




























month 


Canada 


Nfld 


P.E.I. 


N.S 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man 


Sask 


Alta 


B.C. 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


D 


2695 


2696 


2697 


2698 


2699 


2700 


2701 


2702 


2703 


2704 


2705 


2706 


2707 


1984 


15,501.6 


153.7 


77.8 


561.5 


293.3 


3,610.9 


6,274.3 


528.5 


569.6 


1 ,386.3 


2,003.6 


23.8 


18.5 


1985 


19,523.9 


183.6 


87.4 


667.8 


372.7 


4,474.7 


8,392.6 


696.4 


548.3 


1,798.1 


2.190.4 


31.0 


80.8 


1984 J 


677.7 


2.6 


0.7 


15.4 


12.1 


91.6 


272.0 


42.9 


28.0 


95.0 


116.6 


0.4 


0.4 


F 


841.0 


4.4 


3.3 


37.1 


9.8 


183.8 


319.7 


46.3 


26.3 


97.4 


111.3 


0.6 


0.7 


M 


1.131.5 


8.5 


3.9 


34.3 


12.0 


229.0 


399.2 


40.9 


53.3 


108.8 


240.8 


0.6 


0.2 


A 


1.467 9 


15.8 


10.9 


59.5 


22.5 


314.7 


651.5 


36.3 


53.0 


126.8 


174.8 


1.6 


0.5 


M 


1,577.6 


17.5 


7.1 


57.4 


36.5 


311.8 


663.2 


48.2 


77.5 


141.8 


213.6 


1.5 


1.6 


J 


1,537.1 


13.0 


6.6 


48.6 


43.1 


341.7 


620.4 


39.9 


56.4 


145.6 


215.8 


4.2 


1.9 


J 


1,547.5 


8.1 


5.5 


52.5 


40.1 


297.0 


709.0 


60.5 


43.9 


119.1 


207.4 


1.2 


2.9 


A 


1,424.2 


17.3 


7.7 


41.7 


26.5 


291.2 


659.3 


46.3 


68.9 


113.1 


148.9 


2.5 


0.8 


S 


1,214.2 


11.7 


4.4 


70.1 


31.9 


304.8 


467.2 


32.3 


39.6 


104.8 


144.5 


1.3 


1.5 


O 


1 ,459.0 


20.7 


10.5 


43.3 


24.3 


375.7 


519.7 


75.2 


68.2 


164.1 


153.0 


2.6 


1.7 


N 


1 .406.3 


27.7 


13.2 


57.7 


23.9 


448.7 


515.7 


35.4 


37.6 


99.3 


143.9 


0.9 


2.3 


D 


1.217.7 


64 


4.0 


43.9 


10.4 


420.9 


477.3 


24.3 


16.9 


70.3 


132.9 


6.4 


4.0 


1985 J 


774.7 


3.6 


1.3 


27.5 


7.4 


104.6 


331.7 


18.7 


35.0 


99.3 


145.3 


1 


0.1 


F 


829 1 


2.0 


1.9 


25.4 


13.2 


161.0 


321.2 


42.5 


20.8 


116.8 


124.2 


0.2 


— 


M 


1,273.9 


4.0 


3.4 


43.7 


31.5 


263.6 


599.1 


58.7 


25.9 


100.1 


143.1 


0.6 


— 


A 


1,947.6 


9.0 


11.8 


57.3 


41.3 


527.5 


777.9 


52.5 


485 


145.5 


264.0 


12.1 


— 


M 


2,048.6 


16.6 


14.8 


90.5 


45.7 


378.4 


892.4 


78.9 


56.9 


196.7 


273.4 


1.6 


2.7 


J 


1,778.5 


17.1 


6.7 


61.2 


36.6 


312.3 


862.4 


56.9 


60.3 


171.6 


185.4 


2.9 


5.3 


J 


1,865.7 


21.0 


12.7 


62.4 


37.6 


341.7 


848.5 


80.2 


59.9 


182.1 


197.4 


2.0 


20.2 


A 


1 ,992.8 


25.6 


5.7 


65.7 


44.4 


478.7 


777.7 


60.1 


60.5 


270.2 


189.4 


5.1 


9.7 


S 


1 ,826.0 


12.7 


7.2 


49.2 


37.4 


434.1 


842.3 


71.3 


62.6 


144.2 


160.6 


1.2 


3.2 


O 


2,097.8 


21.4 


7.4 


84.9 


40.0 


598.1 


798.9 


61.2 


51.6 


163.6 


228.8 


4.3 


37.6 


N 


1,739.7 


37.4 


7.5 


45.7 


29.5 


496.4 


747.3 


56.9 


44.3 


125.9 


147.1 


0.7 


0.9 


D 


1,349.4 


13.1 


6.9 


54.2 


8.1 


378.1 


593.3 


58.5 


22.0 


82.0 


131.7 


0.2 


1.1 



'In 1979. approximately 2,000 municipalities are being surveyed. 
Source: Building Permits (64-001), Statistics Canada. 



90 



April 1986 

Table 3: Dwelling units 1 started, all areas 



Section 8— Tables 3-5 



























Canada 


























seasonally 


























adjusted 


Year 
























at annual 


and 
























rates 


quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


PEL 


N.S. 


NB. 


Que. 


Ont 


Man 


Sask. 


Alta 


B.C. 


(thousands) 


D 


2717 


2718 


2719 


2720 


2721 


2722 


2723 


2724 


2725 


2726 


2727 


4945 


1984 


134,900 


2.720 


643 


4,598 


2,873 


41 ,902 


48,171 


5,308 


5.221 


7,295 


16,169 




1985 


165,826 


2,854 


788 


6,923 


4,142 


48,031 


64,871 


6,557 


5,354 


8,337 


17,969 




1983 1 


27,008 


642 


40 


756 


342 


4.841 


9,593 


1,069 


1.825 


4,101 


3,799 


154.0 


2 


63.666 


1,287 


248 


2,178 


2,792 


16.368 


18,950 


2,360 


3,471 


6,987 


9,025 


206.0 


3 


36,874 


809 


133 


1,490 


877 


8.915 


13.139 


1,742 


1,232 


3,478 


5,059 


143.0 


4 


35,097 


543 


252 


1,273 


731 


10.194 


13,257 


814 


741 


2,568 


4,724 


138 


1984 1 


25,070 


341 


43 


690 


158 


8,535 


7,578 


933 


1,481 


1.548 


3,763 


138.0 


2 


40,571 


998 


204 


1,263 


913 


12,445 


14,662 


1,406 


1,379 


2.186 


5,115 


131.0 


3 


37,696 


745 


264 


1,393 


985 


10,469 


14,092 


1,992 


1,241 


1.947 


4,568 


146 


4 


31 .563 


636 


132 


1,252 


817 


10,453 


11.839 


977 


1,120 


1.614 


2,723 


127.0 


1985 1 


23,119 


248 


43 


1,034 


407 


9,306 


6.171 


710 


741 


873 


3,586 


125.0 


2 


47,103 


722 


235 


1,865 


1,187 


12,944 


19,917 


2,019 


1,444 


1,723 


5.047 


1540 


3 


47,297 


1,115 


259 


2,348 


1,498 


1 1 ,248 


19,384 


2,019 


1,838 


3,091 


4.497 


1840 


4 


48,307 


769 


251 


1,676 


1,050 


14,533 


19,399 


1,809 


1,331 


2,650 


4,839 


195.0 


Table 4: 


Dwelling units 1 


completed, 


all areas 












































Canada 


























seasonally 


























adjusted 


Year 
























at annual 


and 
























rates 


quarter 


Canada 


Nfld 


P.E.I. 


NS 


NB. 


Que. 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta 


B.C. 


(thousands) 


D 


2739 


2740 


2741 


2742 


2743 


2744 


2745 


2746 


2747 


2748 


2749 


4946 


1984 


153.012 


3.134 


581 


5,082 


3,923 


43,410 


54.642 


5,865 


5,722 


12,057 


18,596 




1985 


139,106 


1.852 


757 


5,748 


3,224 


41 ,577 


50.590 


5,081 


5,653 


7,517 


17,107 




1983 1 


32,455 


518 


81 


1,177 


422 


5,614 


12.742 


450 


713 


6,213 


4,525 


158.0 


2 


33,306 


448 


54 


1.045 


536 


6,719 


11.546 


812 


1,275 


5.823 


5,048 


148.0 


3 


52.484 


935 


202 


1,568 


1,371 


14,197 


15.670 


1,723 


3,573 


6,254 


6,991 


179.0 


4 


44,763 


1,275 


211 


1,279 


1,158 


9,151 


15.329 


1,091 


2,529 


6,403 


6,337 


161.0 


1984 1 


32,109 


769 


114 


1,491 


769 


7,946 


1 1 ,059 


744 


1,977 


3,066 


4,174 


159.0 


2 


34.704 


554 


102 


812 


528 


9.978 


12,467 


1,434 


1,031 


2,783 


5,015 


156.0 


3 


42.792 


646 


195 


1,298 


1.287 


13.485 


13,933 


2,064 


1.204 


3.402 


5,278 


141.0 


4 


43,407 


1.165 


170 


1,481 


1.339 


12.001 


17.183 


1,623 


1,510 


2.806 


4,129 


158 


1985 1 


23,316 


382 


123 


999 


544 


6,203 


9,206 


624 


964 


1,234 


3.037 


116.0 


2 


28,570 


336 


216 


1,120 


508 


9,969 


9,479 


1.182 


646 


1,460 


3.654 


130.0 


3 


45,161 


453 


206 


1,713 


955 


14,969 


15,355 


1.959 


1.715 


2,322 


5.514 


1490 


4 


42,059 


681 


212 


1,916 


1,217 


10,436 


16,550 


1,316 


2,328 


2,501 


4.902 


153.0 


Table 5: 


Dwelling units 1 


under construction, all 


areas 


















End of 


























period 


























or quarter 


Canada 


Nfld 


P.E.I. 


NS. 


N.B. 


Que 




Ont. 


Man 


Sask. 


Alta. 


BC 


D 


2761 


2762 


2763 


2764 


2765 


2766 




2767 


2768 


2769 


2770 


2771 


1984 


63,899 


3.000 


379 


2,466 


1.242 


16,309 




23,529 


2,474 


3,187 


2,943 


8.370 


1985 


86,366 


3.348 


420 


3.474 


2,137 


21.270 




36,761 


3,817 


2,866 


3,518 


8,755 


1983 1 


82,510 


3,502 


155 


2,031 


1,035 


13.246 




27,827 


1,769 


5,629 


15,212 


12,104 


2 


112.402 


4,336 


348 


3,216 


3,290 


22,748 




35,066 


3,316 


7,892 


16.128 


16,062 


3 


95,508 


4,223 


276 


3.048 


2,787 


17,346 




32,452 


3,324 


5,533 


12.513 


14.006 


4 


84,930 


3,494 


316 


2.984 


2,346 


18,320 




30,243 


3.048 


3,667 


8.336 


12.176 


1984 1 


76,972 


3,064 


249 


2,159 


1,710 


18.812 




26,901 


3.237 


3,179 


6.729 


10.932 


2 


82,341 


3,430 


350 


2,610 


2,094 


21 .240 




29.009 


3.209 


3.581 


5.813 


11.005 


3 


76.717 


3,529 


418 


2,691 


1,770 


18.074 




28,997 


3.137 


3.619 


4,347 


10,135 


4 


63.899 


3,000 


379 


2,466 


1,242 


16.309 




23,529 


2,474 


3,187 


2,943 


8.370 


1985 1 


60,426 


2,353 


302 


2,443 


1,106 


18,158 




19.856 


2,455 


2,965 


2,357 


8,431 


2 


78,421 


2,605 


321 


3.114 


1,777 


21,044 




30,172 


3,292 


3,753 


2,609 


9,734 


3 


80,468 


3,267 


381 


3.743 


2,315 


17,176 




34.135 


3,326 


3,864 


3.492 


8,769 


4 


86,366 


3,348 


420 


3,474 


2,137 


21 ,270 




36.761 


3,817 


2,866 


3.518 


8,755 



'A dwelling unit is defined as a structurally separate set of living quarters having its own entrance from outside of the building, or from a common passage inside. These data are the 
result of a nation-wide survey, for which the field work is carried out by the Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation All metropolitan areas and urban centres with a population of 
10.000 or more, along with certain other areas of high building activity, are enumerated completely each month The remainder of the country is covered on a sample basis quarterly 
Source: Housing Starts and Completions (64-002), Statistics Canada. 



91 



Section 8— Tables 6 and 7 

Table 6: Dwelling units 1 started, centres 10,000 and over 



April 1986 





























Canada 




























seasonally 




























adjusted 


Year 




















Metropolitan 


areas 




at annual 


and 


Canada 


Atlantic 
provinces 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


Saskatch- 
ewan 


Alberta 


British 
Columbia 










rates 


month 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Vancouver 


(thousands) 


D 


2783 


2784 


2785 


2786 


2787 


2788 


2789 


2790 


2791 


2792 


2793 


2794 


4900 


1984 


110.874 


6.448 


34,974 


42,320 


4,654 


3,456 


5,210 


13.812 


17,990 


18,149 


3.953 


9,148 




1985 


139,408 


9,267 


41,404 


57,053 


5,372 


4,111 


6,044 


16,157 


21,731 


26,350 


5.069 


10,579 




1984 M 


6,195 


259 


1.711 


1,841 


146 


346 


349 


1,543 


1,134 


804 


140 


1,113 


105 


A 


9,051 


343 


2.431 


3,867 


387 


383 


432 


1,208 


1,299 


1,868 


370 


843 


102 


M 


1 1 ,508 


748 


3,569 


4,235 


330 


297 


691 


1,638 


1,997 


1,563 


275 


1,113 


106 


J 


11,977 


811 


3,793 


4,586 


500 


316 


574 


1,397 


2,027 


2,014 


360 


1,051 


107 


J 


9,922 


771 


2.564 


4,105 


447 


241 


602 


1,192 


1,478 


1,894 


424 


518 


109 


A 


1 1 ,029 


709 


3,161 


4.555 


371 


328 


499 


1,406 


1.381 


1,902 


313 


919 


135 


S 


9,545 


590 


2.829 


3.314 


882 


375 


361 


1,194 


1,618 


1,560 


825 


848 


114 





8,863 


712 


2.774 


3.659 


393 


145 


364 


816 


1,703 


1,751 


350 


559 


107 


N 


8,647 


746 


3.053 


3.349 


178 


239 


270 


812 


1,658 


1.383 


173 


565 


103 


D 


8,792 


323 


3.244 


3,561 


288 


189 


332 


855 


718 


585 


— 


303 


108 


1985 J 


7.662 


609 


3,214 


1,942 


424 


195 


282 


996 


1,834 


1.038 


418 


797 


109 


F 


6,262 


356 


3,108 


1,208 


61 


101 


222 


1.206 


1,546 


913 


52 


268 


112 


M 


7,077 


263 


2,403 


2,704 


140 


267 


187 


1,113 


1.359 


1.913 


135 


737 


116 


A 


11,714 


473 


2,910 


5,081 


762 


349 


347 


1,792 


1.742 


2,156 


688 


1,223 


135 


M 


14,340 


1,140 


4,009 


6,512 


431 


611 


493 


1,144 


2.199 


2.485 


372 


798 


134 


J 


13,617 


1,101 


3,786 


5,874 


606 


206 


558 


1,486 


2.013 


2.517 


568 


879 


122 


J 


12,690 


1,115 


2,418 


5,650 


794 


601 


674 


1.438 


997 


2,838 


756 


1,036 


140 


A 


12,416 


981 


2,911 


5,881 


229 


377 


623 


1,414 


1.674 


3,307 


223 


848 


150 


S 


13,265 


981 


4,037 


5,459 


451 


413 


727 


1,197 


2.121 


1,308 


437 


843 


159 





13,697 


766 


3,466 


6,290 


286 


488 


699 


1,702 


1.767 


3,020 


249 


1,228 


165 


N 


14.326 


854 


4,337 


6,046 


562 


268 


751 


1,508 


2.216 


3,219 


549 


1,074 


170 


D 


12.342 


628 


4,805 


4,406 


626 


235 


481 


1,161 


2.263 


1,636 


622 


848 


152 


1986 J 


9.335 


683 


2,969 


2.803 


442 


193 


538 


1,707 


2.085 


1,636 


327 


508 


135 


F 


8,136 


283 


2,282 


3,111 


512 


219 


421 


1.308 


1.312 


1.800 


505 


993 


151 


Table 7: 


Dwelling units 1 completed, centres 


10,000 and over 












































Canada 




























seasonally 




























adjusted 


Year 




















Metropolitan 


areas 




at annual 


and 




Atlantic 








Saskatch- 




British 










rates 


month 


Canada 


provinces 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


ewan 


Alberta 


Columbia 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Vancouver 


(thousands) 


D 


2807 


2808 


2809 


2810 


2811 


2812 


2813 


2814 


2815 


2816 


2817 


2818 


4901 


1984 


127,303 


7,032 


36,520 


49,467 


5,199 


4,006 


9,383 


15,696 


19,439 


23,148 


4,495 


10,267 




1985 


117,750 


8.121 


35,740 


44,294 


4.275 


4,262 


5,473 


1 5,585 


18,964 


19,877 


3,820 


10.846 




1984 M 


8,867 


420 


2,210 


3,905 


187 


393 


731 


1,021 


1,406 


1,828 


181 


669 


130 


A 


8,439 


227 


2.076 


3,392 


341 


254 


719 


1.430 


1,294 


1,570 


323 


933 


132 


M 


9.871 


467 


3.122 


3,750 


264 


189 


684 


1,395 


1,654 


2,126 


253 


963 


130 


J 


1 1 ,525 


454 


3.632 


4.456 


694 


268 


734 


1,287 


1,788 


2,755 


652 


932 


131 


J 


12.809 


776 


4.018 


4,082 


616 


369 


1,199 


1,749 


2,559 


1,874 


540 


1,389 


117 


A 


12,161 


456 


3.978 


4,512 


853 


339 


700 


1,323 


2,113 


2,264 


818 


976 


126 


S 


11,318 


792 


3,314 


4.215 


414 


234 


984 


1,365 


1,777 


1,861 


396 


896 


120 


O 


13,394 


624 


3,613 


6,006 


668 


409 


908 


1,166 


2.202 


3,080 


626 


717 


138 


N 


12.769 


946 


4,134 


5.258 


467 


173 


528 


1,263 


2.335 


2,071 


319 


835 


130 


D 


9,354 


687 


2,365 


3.701 


271 


337 


693 


1.300 


672 


668 


67 


359 


119 


1985 J 


7.169 


662 


1,590 


3.105 


344 


507 


299 


662 


833 


1.582 


327 


358 


103 


F 


6,647 


402 


1,793 


2,839 


133 


183 


407 


890 


1.056 


1.613 


110 


626 


107 


M 


6,557 


595 


1,905 


2,562 


76 


113 


219 


1,087 


1.034 


889 


67 


561 


98 


A 


7,093 


389 


2,364 


2,392 


480 


118 


355 


995 


1,512 


979 


470 


711 


114 


M 


7,970 


455 


3,127 


2,520 


297 


83 


325 


1,163 


1,711 


1.384 


270 


842 


106 


J 


9,292 


508 


3,319 


3,541 


243 


189 


288 


1,204 


1,722 


1,827 


234 


896 


108 


J 


13,781 


710 


5,529 


4,157 


642 


287 


534 


1,922 


2,754 


2,125 


614 


1,461 


124 


A 


13,327 


802 


4,217 


4,813 


575 


479 


631 


1.810 


2,864 


2,277 


380 


1,282 


139 


S 


1 1 ,389 


835 


3,286 


4,333 


485 


453 


598 


1.399 


1,596 


1.623 


464 


1,050 


121 


O 


12,196 


1.016 


3,007 


4,729 


405 


614 


674 


1.751 


1,507 


1,878 


387 


1,224 


125 


N 


12,245 


899 


3,188 


4,989 


378 


659 


586 


1,546 


1,271 


2,096 


282 


1,158 


126 


D 


10,084 


848 


2,415 


4.314 


217 


577 


557 


1,156 


1,104 


1,604 


215 


677 


128 


1986 J 


8,725 


748 


1.965 


3.732 


240 


402 


452 


1,186 


1,081 


2,031 


216 


733 


125 


F 


9,008 


719 


2.210 


3.634 


500 


215 


413 


1,317 


925 


1,751 


492 


955 


146 



Note Data are based on 1971 Census area definitions 
See footnote and source in Table 5. 



92 



April 1986 

Table 8: Dwelling units' under construction, centres 10,000 and over 



Section 8— Tables 8 and 9 



•End 

of 

period 


Canada 


Atlantic 
provinces 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


Saskatch- 
ewan 


Alberta 


British 
Columbia 


Montreal 


Metropolitan areas 
Toronto Winnipeg 


Vancouver 


D 


4903 


4904 


4905 


4908 


4911 


4914 


4915 


4916 


4906 


4909 4912 


4917 



1984 


50.995 


3,793 


13.367 


20,893 


2,112 


2,045 


1.840 


6.945 


4.799 


4,120 


1,193 


3.034 


1985 


71,667 


4,917 


18,504 


33,352 


3,181 


1,842 


2,406 


7.465 


10.515 


17,565 


3,121 


5,233 


1984 M 


64,825 


3.568 


16,489 


25,292 


2,941 


2,155 


5.252 


9.128 


10.544 


14,165 


2.810 


6,170 


A 


65,078 


3.608 


16,830 


25,767 


2,987 


2,282 


4.755 


8,849 


10.538 


14,462 


2.857 


6,024 


M 


66.637 


3,890 


17,263 


26,204 


3,053 


2.392 


4,756 


9.079 


10.869 


13.851 


2.879 


6,164 


J 


67,019 


4,243 


17,433 


26,313 


2.859 


2,428 


4,553 


9.190 


11.103 


13.109 


2,587 


6,286 


J 


63,998 


4.226 


15,988 


26,315 


2.690 


2,301 


4,001 


8.477 


10.019 


13.125 


2.471 


5,639 


A 


62,738 


4.470 


15.108 


26,360 


2,208 


2,290 


3,787 


8.515 


9,232 


12.759 


1,966 


5,571 


S 


60,828 


4,260 


14,603 


25,318 


2,676 


2,431 


3,139 


8,401 


9,062 


12.458 


2,395 


5,525 


O 


56,151 


4,346 


13,672 


22,973 


2,400 


2,164 


2,553 


8,043 


8,519 


11.128 


2,119 


5,367 


N 


51 ,795 


4,159 


12,474 


21,048 


2,095 


2,193 


2,223 


7,603 


7,746 


10,439 


1,957 


5,105 


D 


50.995 


3,793 


13,367 


20,893 


2,112 


2.045 


1.840 


6,945 


4,799 


4,120 


1,193 


3.034 


1985 J 


51 ,393 


3.736 


14,986 


19,725 


2,192 


1.720 


1,817 


7,217 


9,048 


9,831 


1,996 


5,253 


F 


50,700 


3.702 


16,000 


18,088 


2,120 


1.639 


1.629 


7,522 


9,284 


8,717 


1.938 


5,628 


M 


51,159 


3,356 


16,461 


18.299 


2,184 


1.764 


1.597 


7,498 


9,577 


9,730 


2,006 


5.803 


A 


55,737 


3,439 


16,977 


20,994 


2,466 


1.994 


1.589 


8,278 


9,789 


10,917 


2,224 


6.300 


M 


62,047 


4,124 


17.827 


24,969 


2,600 


2.523 


1.755 


8,249 


10,271 


12.014 


2,319 


6.250 


J 


66,262 


4,706 


18.291 


27,210 


2,963 


2,541 


2.024 


8,527 


10,559 


12.702 


2,653 


6.228 


J 


65.084 


5,109 


15.132 


28,677 


3,089 


2.856 


2.179 


8,042 


8,811 


13,415 


2,769 


5.804 


A 


64.393 


5,290 


13,842 


29,719 


2,743 


2,738 


2,354 


7.707 


7.645 


14,431 


2,612 


5.353 


S 


66,101 


5,440 


14.510 


30,841 


2,709 


2,697 


2,407 


7.497 


8,154 


15,456 


2,585 


5.145 


o 


67,607 


5,176 


14,954 


32,400 


2,590 


2,571 


2,428 


7,488 


8,402 


16,600 


2,447 


5,147 


N 


69.526 


5,136 


16,107 


33,451 


2,772 


2,180 


2.488 


7,392 


9,352 


17,720 


2,714 


4,992 


D 


71.667 


4,917 


18,504 


33,352 


3,181 


1,842 


2.406 


7,465 


10,515 


17,565 


3,121 


5,233 


1986 J 


72.401 


4,845 


19,512 


32,544 


3,383 


1,623 


2,511 


7,983 


11,521 


16,740 


3.232 


5,923 


F 


71 ,468 


4,406 


19,532 


32,006 


3,395 


1,626 


2,532 


7,971 


11,880 


16.780 


3,245 


5.961 



See footnote and source in Table 5. 



Table 9: Mortgage loans approvals 1 















New housing 












Conventior 












Conventional lenders 








Dwelling units 






al 






AcP 








Total 


























Trust, 




N.H.A. 


Nationa 


Housing 


Act 














Other 




Life 


loan and 




and 












Existing 








approved 




insurance 


other com- 




conven- 




Other 




Conven- 




resi- 




Year 


C.M.H.C. 


lenders 3 


Total 


companies 


panies' 


Total 


tional 


C.M.H.C. 


N.H.A. 


Total 


tional 


Total 


dential 


Other 1 


month 






Million dollars 












Number 






Million dollars 


D 


2643 


2644 


2645 


2646 


2647 


2648 


2649 


2650 


2651 


2652 


2653 


2654 


2655 


2656 


1983 


4 


2.597 


2,601 


347 


2,046 


2,393 


4,994 


85 


49,623 


49,708 


40.704 


90.412 


12.315 


3,692 


1984 


3 


2,219 


2,222 


242 


2,003 


2,245 


4,467 


77 


37,276 


37,353 


36.028 


73.381 


10,033 


3.479 


1983 D 


1 


258 


259 


13 


125 


138 


397 


18 


4,796 


4,814 


2.231 


7.045 


807 


321 


1984 J 





95 


95 


9 


123 


132 


227 





1,646 


1,646 


2,309 


3,955 


782 


346 


F 


— 


148 


148 


14 


143 


157 


305 


1 


2,404 


2,405 


2,585 


4,990 


893 


403 


M 


— 


214 


214 


46 


205 


251 


465 


— 


3,519 


3,519 


3.975 


7,494 


1,200 


325 


A 


— 


94 


94 


21 


250 


271 


365 


— 


1,455 


1,455 


4,221 


5,676 


1,054 


357 


M 


— 


185 


185 


37 


267 


304 


489 


— 


3,380 


3,380 


4,477 


7,857 


1,128 


369 


J 


— 


238 


238 


23 


224 


247 


485 


5 


4,069 


4,074 


3,570 


7,644 


791 


267 


J 


— 


126 


126 


27 


162 


189 


315 


4 


2,048 


2.052 


3,085 


5,137 


734 


225 


A 


— 


245 


245 


11 


129 


140 


385 


1 


3,975 


3.976 


2.099 


6,075 


558 


149 


S 


— 


160 


160 


6 


98 


104 


264 


5 


2,816 


2.821 


1,768 


4,589 


537 


166 


O 


1 


168 


169 


12 


120 


132 


301 


18 


2,857 


2.875 


2,221 


5.096 


759 


318 


N 


1 


186 


187 


24 


142 


166 


353 


12 


3,399 


3.411 


2,992 


6,403 


764 


270 


D 


1 


360 


361 


12 


140 


152 


513 


31 


5,708 


5.739 


2.726 


8,465 


833 


284 


1985 J 





370 


370 


16 


172 


188 


558 





5,811 


5,811 


3,140 


8,951 


916 


320 


F 


— 


201 


201 


26 


190 


216 


417 


— 


3,835 


3,835 


3,345 


7,180 


1,604 


448 


M 


— 


126 


126 


30 


270 


300 


426 


1 


2,643 


2,644 


4,609 


7,253 


1,511 


443 


A 


— 


101 


101 


17 


272 


289 


390 


— 


1.995 


1,995 


4,574 


6,569 


1.267 


366 


M 


— 


148 


148 


26 


326 


352 


500 


2 


2,528 


2.530 


5,437 


7,967 


1,478 


448 


J 


— 


103 


103 


22 


296 


318 


421 


1 


1,673 


1.674 


4,900 


6.574 


1.474 


542 


J 


— 


198 


198 


20 


317 


337 


535 


3 


3,280 


3.283 


5,081 


8.364 


1,727 


542 


A 


— 


365 


365 


34 


300 


334 


699 


4 


6.093 


6,097 


5,425 


1 1 .522 


1,736 


456 


S 


— 


207 


207 


23 


321 


344 


551 


8 


3,358 


3,366 


5,237 


8.603 


1,457 


325 


O 


1 


142 


143 


29 


393 


422 


565 


19 


2,178 


2,197 


6.483 


8.680 


1,567 


430 


N 


" 


196 


196 


31 


251 


282 


478 


40 


3,606 


3.646 


4.448 


8.094 


1,284 


401 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding differences. 

'Data are on a gross basis i.e. they do not take account of cancellations or alterations of loans after initial approval 'Agency loans (loans made by other lending institutions on 

behalf of C.M.H.C.) are included under C M.H.C 'Includes fraternal and mutual benefit societies. Quebec savings banks and. since May 1967, chartered banks 'Includes new and 

existing commercial structures and farm property 

Source: Canadian Housing Statistics, Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation. 



93 



Section 8— Table 10 

Table 10: Domestic shipments of building materials by Canadian manufacturers 



April 1986 





Soft 

wood, 
plywood 


Sawn 
lumber' 




Rigid insulating 


board 




Particle 
board 


Hardboards 
All types 


Gypsum 
products 




Building 

board 

(panels 

natural 

or coated) 


As- 
phalted 
sheating 
board 


Roof 
insu- 
lation 
board 


Other 
deco- 
rative 
board 




Wall 
board' 


Year 


Million 
sq ft. 


Million 
bd ft 


Thousands 

cu 

metres 




and 


Million sq. ft 
'/«" basis 


Million 
sq. metres 


month 




Million sq. ft. Vj 


basis 




D 


340000 


340001 


340003 


340004 


340005 


340006 


340007 


340033 


340010 


1984 


1,652 


20,092 


53 


166 


92 


42 


1 446 


487 


238 


1985 


1.870 


22,920 


59 


188 


103 


38 


1 600 


446 


244 


1984 M 


124.0 


1.714.1 


3.2 


14.5 


3.7 


4.5 


171.1 


40.6 


21.6 


A 


113.6 


1,751.3 


3.8 


12.7 


5.3 


3.2 


159.1 


46.4 


19.6 


M 


138.4 


1 .764.0 


5.6 


14.8 


6.6 


3.9 


168.1 


51.5 


19.1 


J 


168.7 


1,873.5 


6.7 


20.2 


9.8 


2.9 


178.2 


49.0 


20.8 


J 


128.7 


1 .706.9 


4.1 


15.5 


11.9 


2.5 


163.2 


42.0 


20.1 


A 


144.7 


1 ,772.9 


4.6 


13.8 


11.1 


2.9 


180.5 


43.8 


21.3 


S 


148 5 


1 ,720.6 


3.7 


10.4 


8.6 


3.6 


168.6 


43.6 


21.1 





164.2 


1,211.8 


3.5 


13.6 


11.0 


3.6 


191.1 


49.1 


20.1 


N 


132.6 


1,751.6 


4.0 


15.7 


10.7 


4.6 


194.7 


30.8 


19.2 


D 


90.5 


1.547.9 


4.9 


11.9 


6.1 


2.6 


269.8 


23.3 


16.4 


1985 J 


135.0 


1,651 5 


5.4 


14.3 


4.1 


3.1 


180.5 


31.7 


19.1 


F 


135.0 


1.645.9 


5.5 


13.6 


3.6 


3.3 


178.4 


39.6 


16.7 


M 


144.7 


1.956.3 


4.4 


13.4 


5.1 


3.9 


197.0 


35.5 


19.2 


A 


136.9 


1.922.3 


4.3 


14.0 


6.7 


3.9 


186 3 


40.2 


21.8 


M 


185.4 


2,096.8 


6.5 


17.8 


9.7 


3.5 


2088 


35.1 


20.1 


J 


176.4 


2,149.7 


4.1 


19.0 


10.9 


2.6 


199.7 


46.1 


18.6 


J 


169.4 


1.995.5 


5.1 


18.2 


10.3 


2.9 


171.7 


31.3 


18.3 


A 


159.9 


1.870.5 


4.8 


17.4 


10.9 


3.2 


213.5 


36.9 


19.4 


S 


164.0 


1,940 1 


4.5 


15.5 


11.1 


3.2 


211.4 


41.3 


20.1 


O 


168.4 


2,086.7 


5.0 


17.6 


14.7 


3.6 


230.5 


41.6 


24.6 


N 


133.3 


1,801 6 


4.6 


15.9 


9.4 


2.6 


211.6 


35.2 


23.2 


D 


161.2 


1 ,803.5 


5.2 


11.2 


6.8 


2.3 


170.3 


31.3 


23.3 


1986 J 


202.1 




5.3 


12.6 


5.7 


2.7 


222.0 


28.7 


25.7 


F 


















20.1 






Iron 


and steel products 






Mineral 
wool for 
building 
insu- 
lation 
batts 


Mineral 

wool 

granulated, 

loose or 

bulk 


Asphalt products 




Steel 
wire, 
nails' 




Construction' 








Concrete 
rein- 
forcing 
bars 


Hot 
rolled 
sheets 


Cold 

reduced 

sheets 

& strip 


Galva- 
nized 
sheets 


Asphalt 
shingles 


Roofing 
asphalt 


Year 


Thousands 

sq. 

metres 


Thousands 

cu. 

metres 


Thousands 

met. 

bundle 


Thousands 

met 

tonnes 


and 


(000) 
net tons 


month 




(000) met tonnes 




D 


340018 


340021 


340022 


340023 


340024 


340031 


340032 


340026 


340027 


1984 


176 


352 


109 


54 


300 


78 979 


3 546 


29 120 


108 


1985 


161 


403 


106 


61 


332 


84 547 


2 517 


28 895 


116 


1984 M 


26.8 


30.9 


9.9 


5.5 


25.5 


5 138 


141 


3 215.0 


7.1 


A 


12.9 


274 


9.2 


45 


24.5 


5 807 


196 


2 559.5 


7.2 


M 


14.9 


28.7 


11.4 


5.8 


32.7 


5 073 


290 


3 332.2 


8.5 


J 


15.1 


29.5 


11.7 


6.7 


34.8 


5 302 


315 


3 183.2 


10.2 


J 


11.9 


26.2 


7.3 


3.4 


28.7 


5843 


373 


2 527.3 


11.5 


A 


12.6 


34.0 


8.5 


3.4 


30.6 


8 009 


330 


2 856.0 


12.5 


S 


9.1 


41.9 


9.8 


4.3 


29.0 


9 101 


370 


2 698.7 


7.7 


O 


11.1 


33.7 


8.2 


3.7 


27.2 


8517 


403 


2 206.5 


13.7 


N 


10.5 


30.5 


8.4 


3.5 


21.5 


8 039 


442 


1 192.1 


10.7 


D 


6.7 


24.1 


60 


2.0 


11.6 


6 940 


420 


815.0 


7.1 


1985 J 


12.0 


17.7 


9.0 


3.8 


19.5 


5 879 


473 


832.8 


2.8 


F 


13.6 


26.8 


7.7 


4.0 


18.0 


4 442 


138 


2 393.2 


5.1 


M 


14.2 


41.0 


7.7 


6.2 


25.1 


6 348 


108 


3 131 3 


6.5 


A 


15.5 


19.3 


6.3 


5.7 


29.5 


4 204 


102 


2 372.9 


8.7 


M 


15.8 


31.5 


10.0 


5.8 


30.2 


7 091 


105 


3 387.6 


10.5 


J 


14.7 


36.1 


12.0 


6.2 


31.0 


12 305 


263 


4 427.0 


9.2 


J 


13.9 


38.3 


8.1 


5.4 


41.4 


5 626 


104 


2 991 .6 


12.1 


A 


12.6 


40.3 


9.5 


3.9 


28.5 


5 919 


185 


2 928.5 


12.2 


S 


14.1 


40.5 


11.5 


5.4 


308 


9 142 


212 


2 648.2 


11.2 


O 


14.0 


40.3 


8.4 


6.7 


32.8 


8 266 


275 


2 391.8 


15.5 


N 


12.8 


46.8 


8.8 


4.3 


26.9 


8 938 


296 


1 313.0 


11.3 


D 


7.9 


24.6 


6.6 


3.7 


18.6 


6 387 


256 


77.2 


10.7 


1986 J 


10.9 


36.8 


7.1 


5.3 


25.8 


7 020 


153 


1 994.2 


6.2 


F 












5 362 


151 







'Includes export shipments 'Building Contractors, public and utility construction and structural steel fabricators. 

Sources: Construction Type Plywood (35-001), Production, Shipments and Stocks on Hand of Sawmills East of the Rockies (35-002), Production, Shipments and Stocks on 
Hand of Sawmills in B.C. (35-003), Hardboard (36-001), Rigid Insulating Board (36-002), Particleboard, Waferboard and Hardboard (36-003), Primary Iron and Steel (41-001), 
Steel Wire and Specified Wire Products (41-006), Gypsum Products (44-003), Mineral Wool (44-004), Asphalt Roofing (45-001). 



94 



Section 9 ■ Food and Agriculture 

96 1. Farm Cash Receipts, by Source 

98 2. Inspected Slaughter, Cold Storage Stocks and Eggs 

98 3. Farm Input Price Index and Selected Components 

99 4. Exports ot Grains and Livestock Products 
99 5. Milk 

100 6. Sugar 



95 



Section 9— Table 1 

Table 1: Farm cash receipts, by source (million dollars) 



April 1986 









Total 
cash 

receipts 
from 












Crops 


















Wheat 
CWB. 




Oats. 
CWB. 




Barley. 
CWB. 


CWB 








Year 

and 
month 


Total 

cash 

receipts 


Supple- 
mentary 
payments 


1 arming 
opera- 
tions 


Total 
crops 


Wheat 


partici- 
pation 
payments 


Oats 


partici- 
pation 
payments 


partici- 
pation 
Barley payments 


net cash 
advance 
payments 


Rye 


Flaxseed 


Rapeseed 


D 


200000 


200001 


200002 


200003 


200004 


200005 200006 


200007 


200008 


200009 


200010 


200011 


200012 


200014 


1983 


18,764 65 


6.52 


18.758.12 


9,207.95 


3.742.99 


510.57 


55.71 


2.06 


833.89 


86.08 


-8.56 


67.26 


170.26 


736.42 


1984 


20,315.75 


48.07 


20,267.67 


9,811.36 


3,754.87 


436.83 


63.40 


1.93 


661 .60 


29.24 


-54.41 


55.89 


156.01 


934.78 


1984 F 


1 ,333.92 


0.01 


1,333.92 


539.87 


126.39 


_ 


4.98 





48.36 





-10.66 


2.67 


6.29 


83.28 


M 


1.418.58 




1,418.57 


534.47 


145.80 


33.92 


5.32 


— 


62.68 


— 


-13.86 


4.24 


6.34 


93.57 


A 


1,434.28 




1 ,434.27 


602.44 


351.33 


0.02 


5.52 


— 


55.92 


— 


-24.26 


5.93 


8.73 


71.73 


M 


1 ,330.45 


0.01 


1 .330.45 


475.18 


232.39 


0.02 


3.99 


— 


35.74 


— 


-31.44 


5.74 


8.75 


43.67 


J 


1 ,496.95 


— 


1 .496.95 


606.83 


375.82 


0.01 


5.89 


— 


63.80 


— 


-22.36 


8.63 


7.98 


20.49 


J 


1 ,662.05 


5.19 


1 ,656.86 


840.41 


694.54 


— 


5.67 


— 


60.26 


— 


-15.55 


8.28 


6.75 


7.64 


A 


1.634.01 


1.62 


1 ,632.39 


806.46 


342.81 


— 


3.27 


— 


38.37 


— 


-5.19 


5.41 


4.01 


60.59 


S 


2,028.42 


0.53 


2,027.89 


1 ,059.75 


405.40 


3.78 


6.72 


— 


98.52 


— 


67.40 


3.73 


41.22 


183.47 





1,820.77 


0.08 


1,820.69 


902.40 


246.95 


— 


6.70 


— 


61.17 


— 


63.04 


2.94 


25.72 


104.51 


N 


1,967.70 


22.65 


1 ,945.05 


1 ,039.65 


418.81 


— 


5.78 


— 


47.35 


— 


-29.92 


2.89 


19.45 


104.88 


D 


1,577.22 


17.98 


1 ,559.24 


557.29 


264.30 


— 


4.56 


— 


35.43 


20.57 


-22.88 


2.24 


13.14 


65.68 


1985 J 


3,007.45 


16.82 


2,990.63 


2,182.48 


172.44 


542.15 


4.83 


1.00 


42.50 


145.33 


-16.14 


1.64 


7.72 


61.32 


F 


1,276.98 


9.93 


1 ,267.05 


443.32 


100.24 


18.54 


4.32 


— 


29.13 


— 


-6.41 


1.00 


8.65 


74.21 


M 


1 ,437.99 


22.47 


1,415.52 


480.91 


122.78 


— 


5.17 


— 


43.28 


— 


-11.73 


1.58 


13.33 


94.27 


A 


1.592.16 


0.68 


1,591.48 


777.48 


75.69 


— 


4.55 


— 


31.82 


— 


-8.00 


1.91 


14.24 


64.84 


M 


1,315 09 


— 


1,315.09 


486.30 


185.72 


— 


4.60 


— 


43.16 


— 


-11.18 


1.64 


10.08 


71.34 


J 


1 ,495.94 


6.28 


1 .489.65 


605.07 


318.21 


— 


4.20 


— 


82.46 


— 


-15.41 


2.75 


10.85 


63.51 


J 


1 ,346.79 


0.95 


1.345.84 


579.86 


262.00 


— 


5.22 


— 


58.49 


— 


-6.07 


6.37 


10.71 


80.44 


A 


1,237.11 


13.78 


1.223.32 


393.69 


137.89 


— 


2.46 


— 


15.52 


— 


-0.30 


2.89 


0.76 


14.97 


S 


1.790.83 


12.08 


1 ,778.75 


826.48 


207.10 


8.81 


3.04 


— 


37.26 


— 


59.38 


3.25 


12.94 


81.72 





2.122.37 


6.56 


2,115.81 


1,220.01 


600.70 


— 


5.71 


— 


52.22 


— 


52.56 


2.21 


48.09 


160.74 


N 


1,704.06 


11.21 


1,692.85 


774.13 


200.63 


— 


4.02 


— 


32.78 


— 


68.67 


1.34 


32.13 


64.64 


D 


1,713.41 


12.97 


1 ,700.45 


633.86 


143.16 


— 


3.82 


— 


63.02 


— 


22.65 


2.61 


19.37 


51.92 


1986 J 


2,455.55 


22.42 


2.433.13 


1.617.50 


173.98 


348.53 


4.32 


1.52 


36.63 


44.78 


-9.64 


2.84 


13.43 


71.88 














Crops 






























Flori- 








Liquida- 
tion of 


Western 
Grain 




Year 
and 
month 


Soybeans 


Corn 


Sugar 

beets Potatoes 


culture 

Vege- and 

Fruits tables nursery 


Other 
Tobacco crops 


Deferred 

grain 

receipts 


deferred 

grain 

receipts 


Stabili- 
zation 
Payments 


Livestock and products 
Total Cattle Calves 


D 


200015 


200016 


200017 200018 200019 200020 237736 


200021 200022 


205069 


205070 


225947 


200034 


200035 


200036 



1983 
1984 

1984 F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 



246.93 
205.17 

7.70 

22.87 

1683 

27.66 

5.93 

3.55 

4.54 

3.18 

41.28 

25.19 

11.75 

17.38 
13.55 
30.19 
22.68 
18.45 
17.52 
11.61 
10.98 
6.05 
3375 
24.98 
19.70 

28.10 



598.09 
567.76 

31.28 
43.76 
36.97 
51.05 
47.36 
30.37 
13.60 
16.38 
89.81 
120 96 
40.60 

44 87 
33.87 
49.08 
43.81 
51.16 
44.04 
31.32 
11.22 
18.22 
91.50 
76.99 
80.89 

35.41 



45.43 
31.26 



1.00 

1.47 
0.93 

1.42 
1.30 
1.00 
19.00 
4.50 

0.90 

1.11 

0.90 
0.70 

0.51 
1.00 
0.26 
5.12 
1.76 



279.10 
311.13 

31.63 
35.65 
39.01 
28.51 
16.12 
7.58 
20.29 
27.66 
23.82 
21.88 
22.86 

26.82 
22.59 
28.85 
35.57 
30.84 
16.78 
9.57 
23.30 
28.14 
22.72 
17.38 
19.93 

23.20 



269.86 
260.36 

7.94 

4.94 

2.77 

1.20 

12.61 

55.28 

40.30 

51.37 

36.28 

16.42 

17.85 

13.49 

8.10 

5.25 

3.07 

1.48 

13.10 

57.59 

39.71 

51.32 

36.27 

16.51 

18.06 

13.94 



465.81 
523.88 

28.32 
24.48 
25.54 
2092 
31.37 
75.81 
102.70 
81.05 
43.99 
28.36 
26.10 

37.42 
29 86 
25.58 
26.60 
21.61 
32.59 
78.44 
105.76 
83.61 
45.65 
29.66 
27.48 

38.66 



332.50 
378.43 

18.43 
18.43 
18.43 
65.59 
65.59 
18.44 
18.44 
49.88 
49.88 
18.44 
18.44 

19.98 
19.98 
19.98 
19.98 
71.57 
71.57 
19.98 
19.98 
54.37 
54.38 
19.99 
19.99 

38.13 



287.77 
379.65 



92.59 
40.58 



58.27 
64.77 
48.35 

80.47 
52.95 
29.98 



13.02 



255.02 
386.16 

14.30 

16.12 

6.37 

7.17 

8.94 

6.88 

12.22 

61.60 

85.77 

65.69 

45.34 

65.98 
30.24 
4.19 
-2.66 
-0.58 
-6.70 
13.04 
-3.25 

116.60 
92.20 

143.71 
4.95 

38.37 



-837.43 
-791 .49 

-5.05 

-12.09 

-19.15 

-27.75 

-43.01 

-125.93 

-40.24 

-74.25 

-73.82 

-205.09 

-134.29 

-25.58 

-1.23 

-8.99 

-7.29 

-15.56 

-55.67 

-67.51 

-9.33 

-35.94 

-108.08 

-82.67 

-81.12 



-17.69 499.10 



.47 




9,041.22 


3.131.68 


284.10 


44 




9.768.07 


3.220.86 


336.88 








745.83 


244.13 


22.01 


— 


— 


836.15 


298.91 


25.36 


— 


— 


768.88 


249.02 


22.63 


— 


— 


798.49 


253.61 


16.96 


— 


— 


859.01 


312.22 


16.84 


— 


— 


779.68 


249.64 


14.37 


— 


100.00 


786.00 


233.46 


15.30 


— 


— 


929.27 


329.19 


27.32 


— 


— 


856.52 


265.57 


67.30 


— 


122.95 


836.16 


274.88 


60.66 


— 


— 


858.62 


274.04 


27.95 


50 





771.80 


253.90 


24.63 


— 


— 


792.83 


263.02 


20.87 


— 


— 


901.82 


334.61 


25.89 


— 


449.80 


754.13 


258.04 


21.61 


— 


— 


769.14 


260.82 


18.08 


— 


— 


856.18 


304 24 


18.03 


— 


— 


734.86 


226.15 


14.24 


— 


— 


748.86 


221.51 


16.35 


— 


— 


870.47 


300.52 


23.65 


— 


— 


836.46 


266.63 


56.96 


— 


72.20 


840.12 


269.56 


61.37 


— 


— 


891.87 


280.73 


28.53 



776.36 26396 



21 29 



Source: Farm Cash Receipts (21-001), Statistics Canada. 



96 



April 1986 

Table 1: Farm cash receipts, by source (million dollars)/concluded 



Section 9 — Table 1 /Concluded 



















Forest 






Provincial 








Livestock and products 








and 


Dairy 




income 


Year 
















maple 


supple- 




stabili- 


and 








Dairy 








products 


mentary 


Deficiency 


zation 


month 


Hogs 


Sheep 


Lambs 


products 


Poultry 


Eggs 


Other 


total 


payments 


payments 


program 


D 


200037 


200038 


200039 


200040 


200041 


200042 


200043 


200049 


200052 


200053 


206686 


1983 


1,713.42 


2.97 


21.65 


2,464.22 


766.57 


48321 


173.39 


97.08 


265.59 


28.13 


118.15 


1984 


1 ,888.48 


4.01 


23.96 


2,707.72 


889.29 


505.98 


190.89 


96.60 


280.79 


140.71 


170.15 


1984 F 


137.92 


0.20 


1.27 


199 73 


6891 


40.86 


30.81 


3.42 


19.78 


16.52 


8.48 


M 


170.36 


0.27 


1.55 


220.10 


64.97 


44.74 


9.89 


6.85 


20.50 


12.46 


8.14 


A 


157.13 


0.30 


2.89 


227.57 


59.75 


41.31 


8.29 


27.75 


19.51 


7.66 


803 


M 


155.31 


0.28 


1.31 


246.25 


72.29 


41.60 


10.88 


20.91 


21.40 


7.70 


6.77 


J 


156.73 


0.43 


2.15 


245.47 


76.29 


41 26 


7.61 


— 


23.88 


4.96 


2.26 


J 


150.79 


0.25 


1.86 


235.43 


76.56 


43.12 


7.64 


— 


26.19 


6.79 


3.79 


A 


151.66 


0.23 


2.14 


240.03 


85.99 


43.37 


13.81 


— 


26.42 


7.44 


6.08 


S 


188.67 


0.89 


2.80 


225.38 


86.98 


40.99 


27.05 


3.42 


26 66 


7.26 


1.52 





149.35 


0.34 


1.87 


225.33 


88 89 


42.26 


15.60 


10.27 


24.54 


25.45 


1.50 


N 


156.50 


0.31 


2.08 


211.79 


76.18 


41.10 


12 67 


13.69 


31.33 


17.19 


7.02 


D 


174.51 


0.29 


2.74 


221.00 


78.48 


42.19 


37 43 


6.85 


22.16 


12.40 


101.92 


1985 J 


151.37 


0.16 


1.38 


225.29 


62.17 


43.18 


9.73 


3.39 


2001 


7.89 


5.06 


F 


158.23 


0.18 


1.67 


206.79 


67.59 


40.34 


34.14 


3.31 


22.22 


0.59 


4.78 


M 


187.49 


0.26 


2.65 


225.76 


71.43 


42.95 


10.78 


6.54 


21.31 


0.80 


4.13 


A 


125.09 


0.20 


1.97 


231.80 


65.18 


41.76 


8.48 


34.48 


20.54 


0.30 


4.55 


M 


125.60 


0.24 


1.53 


242.31 


67.16 


42.10 


11.29 


28.45 


22.00 


0.24 


8.97 


J 


172.41 


0.40 


2.69 


233.24 


78.01 


39.64 


7.52 


— 


23.22 


0.03 


5.16 


J 


138.17 


028 


2.25 


225.38 


79.95 


41.35 


7.08 


— 


25.49 


0.05 


5.58 


A 


129.56 


0.35 


2.18 


240.83 


84.30 


41.02 


12.74 


— 


25.06 


0.04 


55.67 


S 


162.74 


0.72 


3.04 


230.42 


87.27 


39.60 


22.51 


3.65 


23.26 


0.01 


54.87 


O 


142.05 


0.46 


2.17 


230.42 


84.60 


39.84 


13.33 


10.95 


24.74 


0.14 


23.51 


N 


146.83 


0.43 


2.44 


236.83 


72.64 


38.95 


11.07 


14.41 


32.67 


3.12 


28.40 


D 


173 54 


0.40 


3.24 


248.69 


80.35 


40.64 


35.74 


7.20 


21 80 


302 


142.69 



1986 J 



150.06 



0.19 



1.59 



228.28 



60.74 



41.32 



8.92 



3.53 



19.36 



0.15 



16.24 



Source: Farm Cash Receipts (21-001), Statistics Canada. 



97 



Section 9— Tables 2 and 3 

Table 2: Inspected slaughter, cold storage stocks and eggs 



April 1986 























Eggs (thousands) 






Canada total sales 






Inspected slaughter (thousands) 




Cold 


storage stocks, 


end of period (metric tonnes) 




(thousand dozens) 


Total 


Year 


























and 






Sheep and 








Mutton 


Pork, 




For con- 


For 


of con- 


month 


Cattle 


Calves 


lambs 


Hogs 


Beef 


Veal 


and lamb 


total 


Poultry' 


sumption 


hatching 


sumption 


D 


2971 


2972 


2973 


2974 


2975 


2976 


2977 


2978 


203414 


225692 


225694 


225697 


1984 


3,116 


479 


233 


13,001 


18 495 


778 


1 726 


12643 


40 125 


445,012 


34,721 


10,574 


1985 


3,159 


455 


197 


13,924 


22 428 


1 022 


3 231 


11 811 


41 408 


442.415 


35,695 


10,068 


1984 A 


232 


45 


31 


1,021 


20 985 


792 


2 467 


13 426 


25 291 


36,180 


3,149 


838 


M 


251 


40 


15 


980 


21 036 


777 


2 330 


12 827 


23 107 


37.433 


2,809 


835 


J 


319 


43 


21 


1,209 


18 863 


716 


1 987 


12315 


25 823 


36.010 


3,275 


848 


J 


237 


28 


15 


915 


18 089 


761 


1 961 


11 914 


30 662 


37.771 


2,833 


897 


A 


212 


31 


16 


927 


17 470 


804 


2 513 


11 405 


33 780 


37,429 


2,980 


910 


s 


312 


43 


26 


1,255 


15 974 


868 


2 465 


10 756 


36 970 


35,908 


2,770 


907 





248 


38 


16 


1,051 


16 904 


762 


2 349 


10 327 


37 087 


36.818 


2.713 


939 


N 


256 


43 


20 


1.059 


18 370 


835 


2 009 


11 401 


40 348 


35,894 


2.851 


918 


D 


273 


43 


22 


1.201 


18 495 


778 


1 726 


12643 


40 125 


38,130 


2.629 


898 


1985 J 


248 


35 


12 


1.005 


18 877 


754 


1 687 


12 445 


29 253 


38,660 


2,794 


887 


F 


241 


35 


14 


1.441 


20 962 


792 


2 216 


11 680 


30 012 


35.766 


2,697 


824 


M 


306 


50 


23 


1.323 


21 942 


841 


2 618 


12 521 


28 696 


37,642 


3,133 


865 


A 


233 


42 


21 


1.014 


22 174 


1 046 


2843 


12 846 


28 135 


36,478 


3,347 


842 


M 


255 


37 


13 


1.010 


22 854 


990 


3 150 


13 482 


27 966 


36,892 


3,569 


858 


J 


321 


38 


19 


1,298 


20 958 


801 


2 963 


13 366 


28 012 


36,100 


2,823 


825 


J 


245 


27 


13 


1,010 


19 752 


882 


2 905 


12644 


32 732 


37.417 


3,118 


846 


A 


244 


34 


15 


1,018 


21 113 


1 066 


2 790 


12 398 


40 110 


37,661 


2,871 


844 


S 


309 


42 


21 


1,360 


21 404 


967 


2 498 


12 020 


43 064 


36.179 


2,888 


815 





235 


36 


15 


1.091 


22 131 


1 119 


2 977 


11 617 


44 276 


36.992 


2,722 


840 


N 


245 


38 


13 


1,107 


21 201 


950 


2 692 


12 604 


43 195 


34.862 


2.999 


805 


D 


277 


41 


19 


1,247 


22 428 


1 022 


3 231 


11 811 


41 408 


37.766 


2.734 


817 


1986 J 














22 278 


864 


2 581 


10 338 


30 582 


37.091 


2.909 


818 


F 


— 


— 


— 


— 


23 476 


686 


2 078 


11 237 


30 553 








M 










18 545 


736 


1 889 


10 201 


29 201 









'Excludes stocks in (railway) transit after June 30, 1968. 

Sources: Stocks of Dairy and Frozen Poultry Products (32-009), Stocks of Frozen Meat Products (32-012), Statistics Canada; Canada, Livestock and Meat Trade Report, 

Agriculture Canada. 

Table 3: Farm input price index, 1 and selected components, Canada 





Farm 
inputs 
total 2 


Building 

and 

fencing 

Major 
group 


Machinery and 


motor vehicles 


Crop production 

Major Ferti- 
group 2 lizer 


Animal Production 


Supplies 

and 

services 


Hired 

farm 

labour 


Property 
taxes 


Interest 






Major 
group 


Machinery 
replace- 
ment 


Motor 
vehicle 
replace- 
ment 


Machinery 
and 
motor 
vehicle 
opera- 
tion 


Farm 




Major 
group 2 


Feeders 
live- 
stock 


Feed 




Year 
and 


Major 
group 


Major 
group 


Major 
group 2 


Major 
group 


Major 
group 


quarter 
















1981 = 


= 100 
















D 


600000 


600003 


600090 


600093 


600256 


600294 


600400 


600473 


600574 


600577 


600642 


600832 


600898 


600937 


600950 


600979 


1984 


107.3 


118.0 


117.1 


112.8 


115.5 


121.5 


101.3 


94.4 


103.8 


105.1 


1009 


120.4 


116.7 


124.2 


89.1 


99.7 


1985 


108.0 


120.6 


118.9 


111.3 


123.1 


125.9 


102.5 


94.6 


101.1 


106.1 


92.3 


124.2 


120.9 


130.4 


90.2 


107.3 


1983 1 


103.7 


112.5 


111.5 


110.6 


109.6 


112.6 


97.5 


89.1 


102.8 


111.1 


89.8 


112.9 


109.8 


120.4 


83.8 


113.8 


2 


104.2 


115.7 


114.0 


110.8 


109.0 


117.6 


98.1 


90.5 


102.9 


107.5 


95.1 


114.9 


111.4 


120.4 


79.7 


119.1 


3 


103.8 


119.9 


114.6 


110.2 


109.3 


119.5 


97.8 


90.7 


100.6 


101.6 


98.0 


115.8 


112.7 


120.4 


78.4 


123.5 


4 


103.9 


117.6 


114.5 


109.9 


113.8 


119.1 


98.0 


90.4 


99.4 


95.8 


103.6 


116.7 


113.6 


120.4 


83.5 


127.3 


1984 1 


106.2 


118.0 


116.8 


112.5 


113.9 


121.3 


100.1 


92.6 


104.2 


105.4 


101.4 


118.8 


115.0 


124.2 


82.3 


129.9 


2 


107.2 


118.3 


115.8 


112.8 


114.3 


118.9 


102 3 


96.6 


104.9 


105.4 


103.3 


119.7 


116.3 


124.2 


86.9 


133.5 


3 


108.3 


117.6 


117.4 


113.0 


114.1 


122.0 


101.8 


94.9 


105.1 


105.8 


103.1 


120.9 


117.3 


124.2 


92.8 


136.8 


4 


107.4 


118.0 


118.5 


112.8 


119.8 


123.8 


101.1 


93.6 


101.0 


103.7 


95.7 


122.1 


118.3 


124.2 


94.4 


139.7 


1985 1 


108.7 


118.5 


118.9 


110.8 


122.0 


126.4 


101.1 


94.0 


103.1 


107.4 


95.6 


123.9 


118.7 


130.4 


94.0 


142.1 


2 


108.7 


119.1 


119.0 


112.1 


122.1 


125.4 


103.4 


95.7 


102.8 


107.3 


94.8 


124.3 


120.6 


130.4 


91.4 


143.3 


3 


106.9 


121.9 


118.5 


110.6 


122.1 


125.8 


103.2 


95.1 


98.1 


102.1 


90.6 


124.1 


121.4 


130.4 


88.7 


143.3 


4 


107.5 


122.8 


119.3 


111.5 


126.1 


126.1 


102.2 


93.4 


100.2 


107.5 


88.2 


124.4 


122.9 


130.4 


86.6 


143.3 



'Price indexes of inputs measure only changes in prices of units of inputs They do not reflect other important changes in costs of production, such as changing quantities and produc- 
tivity of inputs. They should not be interpreted, therefore, as equivalent to indexes of cost per unit of input. Direct comparison of them with price indexes of output can yield misleading 
indications of the changing relationship of costs and income The price indexes for the last two years are subject to revision. 'The major groups include additional components than 
the selected ones shown 
Source: Farm Input Price Index (62-004), Statistics Canada. 



98 



April 1986 

Table 4: Exports of grains and livestock products 



Section 9 — Tables 4 and 5 









Grains (thousand tonnes) 










Livestock products (thousand tonnes) 








Beef, 










































Eggs in 
the shell 


Year 




Flour 












fresh. 


Bacon 






Skim 




and 




in terms 












chilled 


hams & 


Canned 




milk 




(thousand 


month 


Wheat 


of wheat 


Oats 


Barley 


Rye 


Flaxseed 


Rapeseed 


or frozen 


shoulders 


meats 


Cheese 


powder 


Poultry 


dozens)' 


D 


237928 


215170 


238072 


238174 


238224 


238290 


238354 


418962 


418944 


418935 


418881 


418872 


418953 


418863 


1984 


18 598.53 


432.81 


44.44 


3 809.64 


558.90 


468.05 


1 583.64 


79 


1 431 


1 041 


5 381 


71 


2 094 


10,827 


1985 


15 307.93 


270.72 


9.00 


2 136.77 


272.59 


621 .22 


1 459.77 


91 


2 202 


1 192 


11 145 


63 


3 094 


4,980 


1984 M 


916.61 


20.54 


6.27 


254.92 


28.93 


24.12 


173.04 


7 


89 


153 


223 


3 


157 


3,065 


A 


1 159.42 


40.24 


4.00 


432.78 


45.98 


29.77 


132.83 


7 


140 


294 


605 


7 


61 


763 


M 


2 002.40 


67.24 


5.16 


573.27 


38.11 


49.45 


154.91 


6 


126 


40 


868 


4 


112 


507 


J 


2 310.00 


23.06 


0.08 


367.62 


53.13 


40.04 


104.04 


5 


109 


77 


461 


1 


70 


780 


J 


2 578.31 


12.86 


— 


302.90 


26.07 


29.55 


37.35 


4 


103 


101 


183 


20 


179 


1,267 


A 


2 293.42 


27.00 


0.03 


300.23 


79.04 


36.58 


59.22 


4 


123 


64 


237 


1 


203 


431 


S 


2 087.32 


35.92 


0.01 


215.63 


36.10 


27.33 


58.30 


5 


152 


40 


207 


12 


225 


359 


O 


1 629.45 


32.13 


2.91 


382.05 


58.96 


40.16 


201 .32 


7 


169 


49 


1 066 


8 


368 


138 


N 


1 346.02 


76.63 


2.59 


408.61 


27.51 


67.93 


141.98 


9 


145 


53 


771 


3 


276 


114 


D 


880.93 


32.49 


3.37 


135.89 


46.34 


39.89 


112.32 


7 


103 


44 


453 


2 


205 


108 


1985 J 


726.46 


13.51 


2.00 


276.93 


29.61 


35.76 


110.36 


8 


123 


19 


116 


11 


196 


701 


F 


639.19 


35.85 


1.04 


133.08 


18.57 


23.95 


136.81 


9 


132 


44 


280 


4 


124 


635 


M 


730.47 


32.07 


1.00 


149.34 


19.83 


45.21 


102.99 


9 


169 


104 


352 


2 


229 


231 


A 


1 084.68 


27.11 


1.00 


172.59 


11.48 


60.94 


153.23 


7 


123 


307 


804 


2 


161 


588 


M 


1 609.86 


14.92 


1.04 


136.05 


22.26 


73.50 


137.11 


6 


91 


118 


1 794 


9 


105 


535 


J 


1 397.98 


16.05 


2.64 


105.40 


10.79 


57.74 


107.28 


6 


108 


115 


1 138 


5 


162 


906 


J 


818.77 


1.54 


0.21 


188.28 


15.16 


51.35 


134.96 


5 


82 


161 


872 


4 


175 


168 


A 


1 055.95 


31.13 


0.07 


185.09 


22.95 


40.18 


115.35 


6 


112 


133 


420 


4 


276 


354 


S 


2 234.22 


10.07 


— 


177.50 


24.92 


56.59 


125.58 


7 


113 


107 


1 084 


6 


458 


199 





2 070.74 


47.77 


— 


316.48 


31.49 


62.53 


139.92 


8 


258 


16 


1 811 


4 


409 


251 


N 


1 695.32 


37.49 


— 


167.00 


40.05 


46.57 


116.56 


10 


442 


36 


1 677 


8 


470 


145 


D 


1 244.27 


3.21 


— 


129.02 


25.48 


66.89 


79.62 


10 


449 


32 


797 


4 


329 


267 


1986 J 


1 038.07 





— 


241 .42 


22.05 


35.73 


116.37 


9 


270 


45 


1 210 


5 


212 


209 


F 


784.64 






286.90 


19.48 


56.85 


106.31 

















'Includes eggs for hatching. 

Sources: Grain and Oil Seeds Review (22-007), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada. 



Table 5: Milk 









Production of dairy factories 








Stocks 2 








Milk sold 


Fluid 


Creamery 


Cheddar 


Evaporated 


Ice cream 


Creamery 


Cheddar 


Variety 


Process 


Year 
and 


off farms 


purposes 


butter 


cheese 


whole milk' 


mix 


butter 


cheese 


cheese 


cheese 


month 


Kilolitres 






Tonnes 




Kilolitres 




Tonnes 






D 


230978 


230979 


231224 


231245 


231271 


231259 


231340 


231350 


231358 


231364 


1984 


7 466 655 


2 598 245 


107 788 


101 356 


172 215 


154 380 


32 061 


39 786 


13019 


8 879 


1985 


7 268 122 


2 610 663 


94 592 


109 989 


147 589 


153 713 


23 777 


38 129 


13410 


10 092 


1984 A 


636 614 


209 381 


9 803 


8643 


14 053 


13 720 


24 391 


38 423 


12064 


7 082 


M 


697 726 


220 744 


11 488 


9 020 


16310 


15 429 


27 342 


39 811 


12 247 


6 770 


J 


712 321 


208 923 


11 759 


9 375 


18 522 


18 667 


30 872 


40 786 


11 162 


7 464 


J 


694 599 


203 780 


10 542 


8 964 


12 406 


19 021 


33 702 


45 014 


11 863 


7 068 


A 


666 386 


220 361 


8 541 


8 649 


18 237 


17 560 


37 450 


42 362 


12434 


7 201 


S 


615 643 


206 479 


7 945 


8 203 


10 797 


11 833 


38 355 


38 869 


11 359 


7 628 





595 518 


227 702 


8 448 


8 139 


15 577 


9 864 


36 342 


39 004 


11 580 


7 022 


N 


548 722 


226 133 


6 946 


7 876 


13717 


9 733 


34 771 


38 225 


12 574 


7 423 


D 


577 814 


216 271 


7 955 


7 567 


11 073 


9 096 


32 061 


39 786 


13019 


8 879 


1985 J 


584 151 


224 560 


8 808 


7 853 


15 941 


8 737 


28 263 


40 252 


12 300 


8 453 


F 


539 398 


204 184 


7 628 


7 502 


15 435 


9 889 


29 325 


39 363 


13 571 


7 713 


M 


603 095 


220 084 


7616 


8 250 


17 138 


12911 


21 701 


37 511 


13 969 


8 310 


A 


629 709 


217 671 


8 982 


8 759 


17 279 


13 037 


24 914 


39 178 


13 353 


6643 


M 


668 983 


221 809 


9 236 


9 547 


14006 


15 883 


27 722 


37 010 


12 808 


7833 


J 


666 242 


199 675 


9 382 


9619 


13544 


16 705 


29 246 


34 609 


12 762 


7 221 


J 


649 674 


205 053 


8 207 


10 408 


11 383 


18 787 


30 862 


35 651 


12 585 


6 990 


A 


645 969 


223 835 


7 607 


10 447 


7 367 


15915 


30 168 


38 814 


11 977 


7 410 


S 


597 284 


215 461 


6 880 


9 260 


8 317 


11 433 


28 804 


36 322 


11 746 


7 100 


O 


581 420 


232 701 


7 427 


9 367 


10 879 


11 085 


27 512 


38 802 


12 221 


8 112 


N 


538 638 


227 312 


5 921 


9 070 


9 265 


10 027 


25 974 


38 959 


12915 


8 502 


D 


563 559 


218 318 


6 898 


9 907 


7 035 


9 304 


23 777 


38 129 


13410 


10 092 


1986 J 


572 414 


230 993 


7 820 


9 352 


7 058 


9 516 


20 327 


38 933 


13 173 


9 360 


F 








8 599 


10 188 


10344 


20 832 


39 959 


13 797 


7 362 


M 














20 432 


41 063 


X 


X 



'Includes case and bulk. ! As at end of period Last month is preliminary. 
Sources: The Dairy Review (23-001), Statistics Canada. 



99 



Section 9— Table 6 

Table 6: Sugar (metric tonne) 



Year 


Raw cane sugar 






Refined Sugar 




month 


Acquisitions 


Stocks' 


Production 


Shipments 


Stocks' 


D 


345124 


345125 


345126 


345120 


345123 



1984 
1985 

1984 M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 

F 



1 019 729 
1 056 917 

11 917 

78 984 

72 427 

103 074 

81 597 

125 297 

108 032 

134 233 

125 754 

59 781 

32 059 

122 602 

62 593 

42 832 

71 821 

76 499 

69 122 

134 247 

84 496 

112 396 

150 003 

98 247 

33 
52 738 



211 449 
228 568 

75 878 

72 619 
65 406 

73 316 
63 729 

122 587 
134 634 
170 977 
219 896 
211 449 

182 477 
164 012 
161 339 

123 481 
114 949 

91 164 

76 763 
132 849 

124 912 
143 628 
204 328 
228 568 

151 522 
119 583 



1 075 432 
1 000 150 

66 223 
80 822 
78 331 

93 798 
89 721 

82 260 

94 242 
133 388 
113 284 

85 267 

68 198 

83 732 
63 149 
76 650 
78 125 
98 718 
80 637 
80 332 
88 946 

103 441 

95 782 
82 440 

78 197 

79 089 



1 069 620 
1 033 292 

88 700 

74 581 

95 844 

108 378 
90 955 

109 679 
98 304 
97 347 

90 551 
66 892 

82 319 
70 920 

79 343 

80 353 

96 096 
94 486 

91 056 
94 790 
91 429 
94 727 
86 870 
70 903 

81 525 

75 574 



134 614 
117 377 

117 595 
117 962 

113 885 
101 499 

97 998 
84 380 
75 777 
105 438 
123 692 
134 614 

120 780 
142 236 
123! 

114 16 

92 85 

93 074 

86 667 
80 512 
74! 

87 095 
105 ( 
117 37 

118; 
123 224 



'End of period 

Source: The Sugar Situation (32-013), Statistics Canada. 



100 



Section 10 ■ Domestic Trade 

102 1 . Value of Retail Trade by Type of Business and by Province 

105 2. Merchandising Inventories 

106 3. Department Store Sales and Stocks 

106 4. Estimated Restaurant, Caterer and Tavern Receipts, Canada and Provinces 



101 



Section 10— Table 1 

Table 1: Value of retail trade by type of business (million dollars) 





















Auto- 


























motive 
















General 








Service 


parts and 








Year 


Grocery 


All other 


Depart- 


mer- 






Motor 


stations 


access- 




Clothing stores 




and 


& combi- 
nation 


food 
stores 


ment 
stores 


chandise 
stores 


General 
stores 


Variety 
stores 


vehicle 
dealers 1 


and 
garages 


ories 
stores 








month 


Men's 


Women's 


Family 


D 


(650059 
650060) 


650061 


650062 


650063 


650064 


650065 


650066 


(650068 
650069) 


650070 


650071 


650072 


650073 


D 


(650088 
650089) 


650090 


650091 


650092 


650093 


650094 


650095 


(650097 
650098) 


650099 


650100 


650101 


650102 


1984 


28.044.5 


2,144.6 


11,384.9 


2,395.1 


1,890.9 


1,207.0 


20,846.5 


11.313.4 


2,606.2 


1 ,323.5 


2,396.4 


1 ,575.4 


1985 


29.878.4 


2,311.2 


12,056.2 


2,575.4 


1,952.3 


1,262.6 


25,977.7 


12,096.7 


2,801 .4 


1 ,396.2 


2,690.3 


1.748.6 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 






















1984 F 


2.091.6 


147.4 


659.6 


149.0 


125.9 


67.2 


1 ,557.3 


821.9 


135.1 


67.4 


139.0 


86.4 


M 


2,422.3 


162.9 


807.0 


178.2 


147.2 


79.5 


1 ,826.3 


885.3 


169.0 


83.5 


169.6 


112.1 


A 


2,186.7 


175.0 


843.0 


190.9 


145.8 


92.0 


1 ,942.8 


874.6 


219.7 


95.7 


189.1 


124.5 


M 


2,392.5 


186.1 


930.4 


198.6 


166.7 


98.5 


2,172.8 


949.1 


261.6 


111.8 


205.0 


128.0 


J 


2,536.2 


193.8 


941.7 


190.2 


181.1 


106.5 


2,052.4 


973.8 


268.2 


117.4 


215.5 


137.7 


J 


2,295.1 


182.9 


806.6 


175.1 


164.0 


03.2 


1.767.7 


1,018.8 


231.3 


88.4 


178.7 


111.9 


A 


2,474.9 


189.6 


872.4 


205.3 


167.7 


103.5 


1 ,690.2 


1 ,037.0 


213.2 


89.7 


182.9 


128.6 


S 


2,335.9 


181.4 


947.4 


194.6 


160.6 


98.6 


1 ,473.0 


935.8 


197.8 


110.9 


221.0 


141.5 


O 


2,290.2 


181.5 


957.1 


239.1 


170.0 


97.8 


1.919.6 


992.1 


234.0 


121.2 


210.5 


137.0 


N 


2.416.6 


184.8 


1,254.3 


273.4 


156.2 


120.4 


1 ,775.2 


982.6 


254.4 


148.8 


229.2 


151.0 


D 


2,529.5 


219.2 


1,715.8 


240.1 


181.1 


188.3 


1 ,367.6 


967.7 


269.2 


206.0 


306.1 


222.0 


1985 J 


2.308.0 


167.4 


692.1 


170.1 


138.3 


67.5 


1,567.5 


963.4 


158.5 


95.2 


173.3 


102.0 


F 


2,178.3 


169.2 


647.1 


145.4 


130.5 


68.4 


1 ,699.5 


882.5 


136.0 


71.3 


144.9 


89.2 


M 


2,468.3 


180.0 


849.1 


189.6 


150.3 


90.3 


2,233.0 


975.8 


174.7 


92.4 


196.2 


122.9 


A 


2,334.0 


186.1 


901.4 


198.5 


148.8 


95.6 


2.518.1 


956.2 


235.0 


103.3 


211.4 


132.1 


M 


2,646.0 


200.4 


990.1 


212.1 


181.6 


105.2 


2,701 .9 


1 ,045.2 


291.0 


124.5 


234.2 


144.7 


J 


2,560.0 


192.8 


928.2 


192.4 


174.7 


102.7 


2,414.5 


1.001.6 


269.3 


116.9 


219.2 


144.1 


J 


2,498.0 


190.1 


875.7 


185.7 


160.8 


97.0 


2,289.9 


1 ,035.9 


258.9 


92.5 


204.7 


126.4 


A 


2,710.4 


209.0 


979.9 


206.4 


178.9 


111.8 


2,171.6 


1 ,062.7 


233.6 


101.3 


226.5 


153.9 


S 


2,395.3 


183.3 


964.8 


219.9 


156.9 


98.9 


2.006.6 


999.5 


213.2 


105.0 


231.4 


152.9 





2,543.1 


198.0 


1 ,032.3 


257.5 


169.2 


102.9 


2.326.5 


1,057.7 


237.5 


118.1 


240.8 


153.1 


N 


2,637.6 


197.9 


1,360.2 


302.6 


168.3 


127.3 


2,184.8 


1,058.4 


290.9 


166.1 


264.6 


177.6 


D 


2,599.3 


237.1 


1,835.4 


295.3 


194.1 


195.1 


1 ,863.8 


1.057.6 


3029 


209.5 


343.0 


249.7 



1986 J 2,547.0 190.1 

Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 2 3 



762.7 



1994 



146.4 



72.3 



1 ,868.6 



9969 



172.3 



94.8 



203.9 



116.4 



1984 F 


2,271 .3 


166.1 


941 3 


186.4 


153.7 


96.7 


1,697.9 


920.4 


211.8 


102.0 


195.7 


130.2 


M 


2,297.6 


168.4 


917.5 


191.0 


155.6 


92.0 


1,661.4 


914.5 


214.6 


100.4 


185.9 


125.8 


A 


2,356.9 


178.7 


950 2 


208.6 


161.9 


101.9 


1 ,748.2 


935.7 


228.2 


107.3 


205.4 


138.4 


M 


2,301.3 


172.0 


944.5 


197.4 


154.7 


99.9 


1,717.6 


914.2 


212.0 


109.6 


194.6 


127.8 


J 


2,311.7 


176.6 


952.0 


196.8 


156.9 


101.2 


1,755.7 


921.4 


214.2 


106.6 


203.9 


130.6 


J 


2,367.2 


181.9 


944.1 


204.2 


158.1 


99.7 


1 ,745.6 


948.5 


212.0 


107.0 


200.1 


130.6 


A 


2,343.8 


180.2 


925.0 


197.5 


154.0 


102.2 


1.709.5 


936.2 


215.0 


106.5 


197.5 


129.6 


S 


2,407.8 


187.3 


962.5 


202.6 


156.1 


102.0 


1,720.6 


952.7 


213.6 


118.2 


212.1 


135.4 


O 


2,348.3 


182.9 


951.4 


202.8 


163.6 


102.8 


1,836.1 


9478 


225.4 


118.3 


200.3 


132.0 


N 


2,381.1 


184.7 


980.7 


203.5 


160.0 


103.8 


1 ,792.6 


965.4 


217.3 


119.2 


206.5 


132.6 


D 


2,402.9 


193.2 


966.7 


203.0 


162.2 


102.4 


1,798.1 


1,001.4 


226.0 


115.0 


206.8 


134.4 


1985 J 


2,422.4 


192.6 


955.2 


204.1 


165.1 


103.3 


1 ,872.3 


1,018.1 


217.6 


112.9 


205.1 


133.5 


F 


2,441.3 


199.1 


953.8 


188.6 


166.2 


100.6 


1 ,940.7 


1 ,032.9 


220.6 


112.5 


209.1 


137.1 


M 


2,455.2 


193.9 


1.000.4 


208.8 


163.2 


108.3 


2,118.6 


1 ,032.2 


231.2 


116.0 


223.1 


145.0 


A 


2,452.3 


188.1 


980.4 


207.6 


162.2 


103.6 


2,138.2 


1,006.7 


231.0 


113.9 


217.6 


140.5 


M 


2,448.5 


183.9 


994.8 


208.2 


164.3 


105.4 


2,123.4 


1 ,005.3 


237.3 


118.2 


220.8 


143.9 


J 


2,482.7 


184.9 


983.7 


210.5 


158.3 


102.1 


2.144.2 


986.1 


227.6 


113.6 


216.7 


142.2 


J 


2.511.1 


186.9 


999.9 


207.2 


152.8 


103.0 


2,189.6 


941.8 


231.7 


113.2 


226.8 


144.8 


A 


2,520.0 


198.1 


1,007.9 


206.2 


161.0 


104.8 


2,288.1 


986.8 


231.6 


115.8 


242.3 


149.7 


S 


2,533.4 


191.7 


1 ,003.6 


221.5 


156.6 


104.8 


2,300.6 


1.010.7 


235.6 


113.1 


224.6 


147.8 


O 


2,551.5 


197.2 


1,018.6 


220.6 


163.6 


107.2 


2,263.0 


1 ,022.9 


223.1 


116.9 


229.1 


149.0 


N 


2,576.9 


198.9 


1 ,039.2 


228.6 


169.5 


106.6 


2,299.4 


1,049.1 


245.6 


128.3 


234.5 


153.0 


D 


2,552.9 


206.1 


1,043.5 


239.7 


172.9 


108.7 


2,331.8 


1.049.5 


246.7 


117.8 


235.4 


152.4 



1986 J 



2,563.7 



2088 



1.045.9 



238.1 



171.3 



108.2 



2,312.3 



1,031.3 



241.5 



113.9 



243.4 



154.2 



'Excludes used car dealers 



102 



April 1986 

Table 1: Value of retail trade by type of business (million dollars)/concluded 



Section 10— Table 1 /Concluded 



Year 

and 
month 


Shoe stores 


Hardware 
stores 


Furniture and 

appliance 

stores 


Pharmacies, 

patent 

medicines 

and 

cosmetics 


Book and 

stationery 

stores 


Florists 


Jewelry 
stores 


Sporting 
goods and 
accessories 


All other 1 
stores 


Total 


D 
D 


(650074 650075) 
(650103 650104) 


650076 
650105 


(650077 & 
650078 650079) 

(650106 & 
650107 650108) 


650080 
650109 


650081 
650110 


650082 
6501 1 1 


650083 
650112 


650084 
650113 


(650067 & 
650085 650086) 

(650096 4 
650114 650115) 


650058 
656023 


1984 
1985 


1,171.1 
1 ,282.6 


1,046.5 
1,137.0 


2,983.2 
3,239.0 


4,727.2 
5,328.9 


5653 
651.5 


452.8 
485.1 


867.1 
9278 


1,640.5 
1 .748.6 


15,498.1 
16,879.3 


116.079.9 
128,426.7 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 



62.0 


57.0 


204.5 


358.0 


40.0 


40.5 


45.9 


883 


985.7 


7,929.4 


74.8 


64.4 


232.5 


375.5 


39.8 


31.9 


47.6 


115.1 


1,140.4 


9,165.0 


99.2 


80.5 


225.7 


373.1 


38.3 


44.0 


53.4 


147.9 


1.1470 


9,2888 


103.7 


105.4 


248.6 


389.3 


41.4 


57.4 


70.0 


180 3 


1.271.3 


10,268 4 


103.2 


114.4 


251.4 


386.4 


40.9 


39.0 


699 


197.0 


1.368.7 


10,485 5 


82.0 


97.8 


244.0 


3728 


39.2 


28.6 


59.7 


161.3 


1.309.8 


9,5088 


94.1 


92.8 


246.0 


4043 


46.6 


32.2 


64.4 


156.4 


1,393.7 


9,885.3 


106.3 


87.5 


258.5 


376.6 


45.0 


30.8 


56.5 


121.5 


1 ,255.8 


9,336.8 


110.5 


88.8 


265.2 


410.0 


44.7 


32.6 


59.5 


1092 


1 ,290.2 


9,960.7 


127.0 


899 


287.4 


409.7 


54.3 


31.8 


84.9 


116.7 


1 ,449.8 


10,598.3 


135.9 


108.7 


297.2 


517.3 


96.8 


56.9 


210.8 


151.2 


1,914.0 


11,901.2 


79.7 


61.5 


218.0 


398.9 


42.0 


28.4 


48.1 


105.9 


1 ,066.3 


8.6523 


60.3 


56.7 


206.3 


380.1 


43.2 


41.6 


46.7 


98.8 


1,034 9 


8,331.1 


85.3 


72.6 


249.1 


404.9 


45.5 


32.9 


50.3 


125.7 


1,210.4 


9,999.5 


105.0 


85.0 


2447 


406.4 


45.0 


44.6 


54.8 


159.9 


1.253.1 


10,418.9 


118.9 


117.0 


266.5 


432.7 


46.5 


62.1 


72.4 


1959 


1.429.6 


11,618.6 


102.6 


115.1 


264.8 


424.6 


47.2 


41.1 


72.5 


181.1 


1.442 6 


11,007.9 


91.3 


110.7 


269.7 


435.4 


44.9 


33.3 


64.9 


170 


1,475.4 


10,711.1 


108.8 


99.0 


281.4 


463.4 


58.4 


32.3 


69.2 


160 5 


1,559 4 


11,178.4 


110.3 


95.8 


277.8 


440.0 


52.9 


32.1 


61.4 


131.6 


1,352 


10,281.6 


118.2 


96.7 


306.9 


471.0 


51.7 


36.1 


65.8 


121.1 


1,440.7 


11,144.9 


154.9 


102.1 


314.4 


472.5 


64.3 


36.8 


93.1 


124.5 


1,571.1 


11.870 


147.4 


124.7 


339.3 


598.9 


109.8 


63.6 


228.4 


173.5 


2,043.9 


13,212.4 



87.6 



70 1 



252.6 



469.0 



50.1 



34.5 



56.3 



1,185.2 



9.687.4 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 4 



1984 



F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 



100.1 
89.4 

103.5 
95.1 
98.7 
96.9 
98.9 
96.4 
97.2 
99.7 

100.7 

100.5 
98.6 
106.0 
104.4 
107.8 
103.0 
107.4 
108.5 
105.1 
103.2 
117.5 
110.9 

110.5 



86.0 
81.4 
90.9 
86.3 
88.2 
87.2 
87.0 
88.1 
88.6 
87.7 
88.0 

87.1 
88.4 
94.8 
92.0 
94.2 
93.3 
95.1 
92.5 
96.9 
96.0 
98.1 
100.2 

99.0 



240.1 
244.2 
254.9 
240.1 
237.3 
243.6 
233.1 
254.1 
252.5 
267.7 
267.1 

234.0 
251.5 
272.8 
264.1 
259.8 
262.2 
261.4 
267.1 
276.8 
292.4 
288.6 
292.3 

284.1 



378.7 
378.4 
395.3 
3886 
384.6 
396.4 
398.9 
401.0 
402.5 
406.8 
412.4 

411.4 
417.9 
424.7 
421.9 
427.5 
436.7 
448.4 
456.0 
458.6 
462.4 
472.8 
475.8 

480.1 



45.4 
44.0 
46.1 
45.8 
45.9 
47.0 
47.0 
47.0 
47.7 
48.0 
51.3 

49.0 
50.6 
51.8 
51.6 
51.9 
54.5 
52.0 
58.2 
55.6 
55.4 
56.5 
57.6 

58.3 



37.4 
35.5 
39.0 
37.5 
37.2 
36.7 
37.9 
38.1 
37.7 
37.7 
39.8 

37.7 
39.8 
38.2 
37.9 
39.7 
40.9 
40.5 
39.4 
39.7 
41.7 
43.4 
43.7 

44.6 



69.2 
67.8 
70.6 
72.2 
71.4 
72.5 
71.9 
72.3 
71.0 
73.0 
76.0 

73.8 
74.1 
73.7 
72.2 
72.9 
77.8 
76.9 
78.5 
79.0 
79.5 
80.1 
81.2 

83.0 



126.6 
130.8 
138.4 
133.7 
139.9 
138.1 
137.7 
136.6 
141.6 
146.0 
140.3 

138.1 
144.9 
147.2 
143.2 
144.2 
137.0 
141.4 
141.3 
149.1 
152.6 
152.2 
154.5 

147.9 



1,237.5 


9.394.4 


1,246.3 


9.3423 


1,284.7 


9.745.0 


1,270.3 


9,515.2 


1.276.6 


9,607.6 


1.294.3 


9,711.8 


1,305.2 


9,614.5 


1,317.9 


9.822.6 


1 .309.8 


9.860.5 


1.349.6 


9,963.6 


1,326.5 


10,014.1 


1 ,329.9 


10.063.7 


1,347.8 


10.2163 


1.358.9 


10.564 1 


1 .367.0 


10,496.5 


1,397.8 


10.550.1 


1,413.0 


10,570.9 


1,427.5 


10,659.6 


1,436.9 


10,890.7 


1,431.9 


10,936.5 


1,452.9 


10,998.8 


1 .448.4 


11,187.0 


1 .435.4 


1 1 ,208.6 


1,453.8 


11,193.7 



'Includes used car dealers and personal accessories stores 
Source: Retail Trade (63-005), Statistics Canada. 



103 



Section 10— Table 1.1 

Table 1.1: Value of retail trade by province and selected metropolitan areas (million dollars) 



April 1986 



Year 
and 

month 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon 
and 

NET. 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Vancouver 


D 
D 


650174 
650203 


650262 
650291 


650350 
650379 


650438 
650467 


650526 
650555 


650702 
650731 


650878 
650907 


651054 
651083 


651142 
651171 


651318 
651347 


651494 
651523 


650614 
656016 


650790 
656017 


650966 
656018 


651406 
656019 



1984 


2.071.1 


520.7 


4,048.0 


2,927.4 


29,005.9 


43,465.7 


4,513.7 


4,354.4 


11,833.4 


13,004.6 


334.8 


13,783.1 


15.957.4 


2,991.0 


6,642.0 


1985 


2.2428 


552.0 


4.598.0 


3,162.4 


31,637.1 


48,509.8 


5,119.5 


4,688.3 


13,386.8 


14,153.5 


376.2 


14,944.2 


17.854.7 


3,398.2 


7,157.9 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 


























1984 F 


140.9 


33.8 


265.8 


195.4 


1,975.0 


2,941.2 


303.2 


309.3 


831.0 


912.3 


21.5 


948.8 


1,105.5 


202.3 


476.9 


M 


160.1 


38.6 


314.3 


223.1 


2,301.9 


3.389.6 


351.8 


347.2 


953.2 


1,058.6 


26.6 


1,112.1 


1.281.5 


235.3 


548.8 


A 


163.8 


41.6 


319.4 


232.6 


2,417.5 


3,411.7 


361.6 


358.1 


936.7 


1,020.1 


25.6 


1,141.3 


1 ,258.4 


237.4 


518.6 


M 


189.5 


46.6 


358.4 


271.9 


2,689.8 


3,790.4 


390.5 


377.2 


1,011.4 


1,115.2 


27.4 


1.269.2 


1,377.3 


256.1 


569.7 


J 


183.5 


48.3 


359.2 


270.2 


2,628.9 


3,961.1 


397.2 


395.6 


1.049.0 


1,159.9 


32.7 


1 ,246.7 


1,435.9 


260.6 


589.3 


J 


175.6 


48.6 


335.6 


247.5 


2,358.4 


3,572.8 


362.4 


350.4 


947.5 


1 ,080.8 


29.3 


1,070.0 


1,264.4 


236.9 


538.5 


A 


183.0 


49.1 


355.0 


253.2 


2,466.2 


3.677.3 


385.9 


365.5 


987.4 


1,133.5 


29.2 


1,128.4 


1,284 


251.6 


551.4 


S 


164.4 


40.3 


327.0 


232.8 


2,318.9 


3,479.9 


372.7 


351.7 


957.0 


1 ,062.0 


30.2 


1,104.4 


1 ,262.3 


247.1 


543.6 


O 


177.1 


44.2 


343.6 


252.6 


2,503.0 


3.733.4 


393.6 


370.9 


1 ,025.8 


1.088.1 


28.3 


1,176.2 


1 .357.3 


256.4 


552.7 


N 


188.4 


45.0 


381.4 


267.6 


2,619.6 


4,024.2 


419.6 


393.5 


1,086.1 


1.144.8 


28.0 


1 ,274.3 


1,500.2 


281.9 


590.2 


D 


215.7 


52.5 


435.7 


298.1 


2,810.3 


4,569.9 


477.8 


435.6 


1,239.2 


1,331.0 


35.5 


1.391.2 


1,729.0 


324.6 


689.9 


1985 J 


141.9 


35.1 


299.1 


209.0 


2,123.0 


3,262.9 


341.6 


338.9 


910.8 


964.9 


24.8 


1 .033.8 


1,222.7 


228.8 


497.9 


F 


138.9 


33.4 


286.3 


199.8 


2,069.7 


3,124.5 


333.7 


310.7 


869.6 


940.0 


24.4 


1,008.0 


1,173.8 


220.6 


480.2 


M 


174.6 


388 


350.1 


241.3 


2,482.5 


3,756.1 


400.6 


367.4 


1,042.4 


1,116.9 


28.8 


1,174.4 


1.394.0 


267.2 


570.9 


A 


186.0 


43.5 


370.3 


257.4 


2,650.5 


3,900.1 


416.1 


379.2 


1,062.1 


1.126.4 


27.4 


1,236.6 


1,434.3 


275.4 


576.2 


M 


205.9 


49.8 


410.4 


286.2 


2,982.7 


4,365.2 


461.4 


419.2 


1,185.4 


1,221.2 


31.1 


1 .387.4 


1 ,560.9 


299.2 


611.4 


J 


198.3 


50.0 


400.4 


267.1 


2,719.3 


4,141.5 


439.8 


408.5 


1,138.6 


1,211.7 


32.8 


1.267.0 


1,491.2 


285.4 


598.5 


J 


194.3 


55.0 


401.3 


272.1 


2,604.4 


4,008.0 


425.0 


394.2 


1,121.7 


1.201.6 


33.4 


1,182.7 


1 ,420.3 


276.7 


589.8 


A 


196.4 


54.0 


414.2 


275.6 


2,742.3 


4,144.8 


451.2 


414.6 


1,181.9 


1 ,269.3 


34.1 


1.264.5 


1 ,479.3 


299.6 


621.9 


S 


173.9 


42.1 


371.1 


253.0 


2,524.9 


3,874.5 


409.2 


367.0 


1 ,082.3 


1,149.9 


33.6 


1,187.3 


1 ,420.0 


276.8 


577.6 


O 


195.6 


46.5 


397.0 


274.8 


2,767.3 


4,236.2 


437.7 


399.5 


1,160.8 


1,196.2 


33.3 


1 ,309.0 


1 ,559.3 


290.8 


606.3 


N 


205.8 


48.7 


426.1 


297.0 


2,875.9 


4.571.0 


471.3 


427.2 


1,230.6 


1.282.9 


33.5 


1,384.4 


1 ,732.9 


315.2 


663.6 


D 


231.1 


55.2 


471.6 


329.2 


3.094.7 


5,124.8 


531.8 


462.1 


1,400.5 


1.472.4 


39.1 


1,509.1 


1,965.9 


362.6 


763.8 



1986 J 158 3 36.9 333.2 

Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 3 3 2 



236.1 2,351.8 3,635.7 



385.1 



356.8 1,074.3 1,091.7 



27.5 1,126.4 1,383.0 



257.6 



564.0 



1984 F 


174.0 


43.5 


3285 


240.2 


2.342.9 


3,516.9 


361.7 


367.1 


964.7 


1,055.9 


26.2 


1,105.2 


1,291.7 


241.2 


537.9 


M 


163.4 


42.8 


321.7 


232.2 


2,302.3 


3.499.1 


355.6 


358.1 


948.8 


1.061.3 


27.0 


1.085.5 


1,293.6 


234.8 


542.9 


A 


172.3 


44.3 


334.2 


241.8 


2,474.5 


3.645.2 


375.3 


378.7 


993.0 


1 .098.6 


28.1 


1.180.0 


1 ,328.5 


246.4 


563.0 


M 


173.4 


43.0 


338.0 


251.1 


2,391.7 


3,542.2 


364.9 


357.2 


967.3 


1 ,069.4 


27.5 


1,136.6 


1 ,299.7 


242.7 


543.1 


J 


171.6 


43.2 


331.9 


244.1 


2,419.3 


3,597.4 


371.6 


362.3 


967.6 


1,081.9 


27.7 


1,158.3 


1,319.5 


247.1 


557.4 


J 


172.6 


43.1 


335.1 


244.5 


2,420.2 


3.657.6 


375.9 


361.8 


989.2 


1.093.5 


27.9 


1,157.0 


1,348.2 


253.0 


563.0 


A 


172.3 


42.5 


334.3 


242.1 


2,403.0 


3.613.7 


377.8 


349.2 


967.6 


1 ,089.5 


27.4 


1.145.0 


1,323.1 


249.7 


549.4 


S 


172 6 


43.1 


347.0 


242.5 


2,448.5 


3,669.3 


383.4 


364.8 


1,004.7 


1,105.7 


28.9 


1,162.9 


1,345.1 


253.1 


568.9 


O 


173.4 


44.7 


344.7 


247.4 


2,464.7 


3.706.2 


385.7 


358.9 


1 ,008.8 


1 .096.2 


28.3 


1.169.9 


1,351.9 


252.8 


558.7 


N 


176.8 


43.8 


352.7 


251.4 


2,492.0 


3,723.2 


392.7 


358.6 


1,014.6 


1,100.3 


28.5 


1.186.4 


1 .365.5 


257.7 


557.4 


D 


178.7 


44.5 


354.7 


251.2 


2.486.2 


3,759.5 


397.8 


3834 


1 ,035.2 


1 ,095.9 


30.1 


1,183.4 


1,387.4 


262.2 


560.4 


1985 J 


179.0 


44.4 


363.7 


259.2 


2.487.9 


3,776.4 


404.8 


388.5 


1,042.9 


1 .098.8 


30.9 


1,188.0 


1,379.6 


269.3 


549.8 


F 


178.7 


44.7 


364.4 


256.0 


2.559.9 


3.857.4 


412.5 


378.9 


1,051.9 


1,128.7 


31.0 


1,211.9 


1,417.3 


273.2 


566.0 


M 


184.7 


44.8 


373.6 


259.2 


2,588.9 


4.047.0 


422.1 


397.5 


1,073.1 


1.161.4 


29.9 


1,215.3 


1 ,469.0 


277.1 


587.3 


A 


186.8 


44.9 


3742 


259.9 


2,609 1 


3,977.2 


416.1 


387.6 


1,086.1 


1.158.3 


29.6 


1.225.4 


1,451.8 


277.1 


591.8 


M 


186.3 


45.0 


377.4 


259.4 


2,612.4 


4,009.1 


425.4 


392.1 


1,102.1 


1.158.2 


30.1 


1,232.3 


1,451.5 


278.5 


579.1 


J 


192.7 


46.6 


389.5 


255.1 


2,612.1 


3,969.1 


430.0 


395.5 


1.105.5 


1.182.8 


29.5 


1,232.7 


1.448.2 


282.3 


592.9 


J 


186.7 


47.4 


390.8 


260.8 


2,611.4 


4,016.1 


432.4 


398.6 


1,139.0 


1,192.7 


31.1 


1,245.7 


1 ,477.4 


286.0 


602.5 


A 


185.7 


47.3 


390.4 


263.6 


2.700.2 


4,081.6 


439.2 


399.8 


1,153.1 


1,208.3 


32.0 


1,271.5 


1.515.8 


292.6 


618.9 


S 


187.0 


45.1 


394.1 


267.1 


2,674.2 


4,123.7 


428.2 


376.7 


1.139.3 


1,201.9 


31.8 


1,270.1 


1,517.6 


287.2 


605.9 


O 


190.7 


47.3 


395.3 


268.8 


2,689.8 


4,174.4 


428.9 


386.4 


1,137.4 


1,213.4 


33.0 


1,283.5 


1,543.7 


286.3 


606.7 


N 


191.7 


47.6 


395.1 


275.1 


2,752.7 


4,247.5 


440.6 


396.1 


1,156.0 


1 ,220.9 


33.4 


1,295.5 


1,580.7 


292.4 


625.0 


D 


192.3 


46.7 


387.2 


280.0 


2,741.4 


4,226.9 


443.5 


395.3 


1,174.7 


1,204.7 


33.0 


1,287.6 


1,572.1 


295.4 


620.0 



1986 J 



196.9 



46.4 



397.8 



283.1 2,737.5 4.212.1 



448.9 



405.1 1,208.5 1,240.7 



34.0 1.276.1 1,559.8 



294.8 



629.9 



Source: Retail Trade (63-005), Statistics Canada. 



104 



April 1986 

Table 2: Merchandising inventories 1 , Retail chain store stocks by selected kinds 
of business, Canada (million dollars) 



Section 10— Table 2 









Grocery. 




























con- 




General 


















Year 






fectionery 


All other 


mer- 






Motor 




Automotive 


Men's 


Women's 


Family 


and 




Combination 


& sundries 


food 


chandise 


General 


Variety 


vehicle 


Service 


parts & 


clothing 


clothing 


clothing 


month 


Total 


stores 


stores 


stores 


stores 


stores 


stores 


dealers 


stations 


accessories 


stores 


stores 


stores 


D 


655600 


655601 


655602 


655603 


655605 


655606 


655607 


655608 


655610 


655612 


655613 


655614 


655615 


1984 


3,832,580 


900,526 


85,859 


6,657 


380,700 


129,959 


267,112 


X 


26,834 


41,718 


84,820 


138.480 


202,586 


1985 


4,021,872 


945,808 


93,963 


4,943 


400,145 


124,067 


247,903 


52.905 


30,401 


28,892 


81.776 


145.549 


222,041 


1984 F 


3.540.835 


837,216 


72,974 


8,132 


378,557 


126,620 


236,047 


46.621 


24,057 


27,578 


98,811 


149,192 


187,843 


M 


3.699.431 


851 ,449 


73,120 


7.498 


416,791 


130,292 


265,789 


42.985 


23,648 


31 ,853 


1 1 1 ,459 


156.801 


206.252 


A 


3,689,131 


830,163 


76,995 


7,476 


438,047 


128,989 


267,384 


40.062 


24,830 


33,000 


109,787 


155.076 


208.727 


M 


3,683,177 


822,692 


77,380 


7,483 


443.304 


122,411 


276,208 


36.336 


24,035 


38.742 


101,553 


148,563 


204.761 


J 


3,652,682 


824.337 


80,862 


7.543 


420,695 


124,492 


284,218 


32.666 


23,843 


40.175 


89,976 


147,523 


194.932 


J 


3,770,998 


827.634 


79,083 


7,271 


446.778 


130,343 


297,008 


X 


26,227 


40.979 


103.112 


156,079 


209.942 


A 


3,859,474 


819.358 


78,688 


7.984 


440,523 


135,557 


295,820 


X 


25,834 


40,938 


112,598 


177,462 


221,909 


S 


4,075,621 


839,023 


76,799 


7,705 


471,360 


145,995 


300.849 


X 


25,989 


43,190 


121,493 


184,206 


238.774 





4,324,821 


875,101 


80.793 


7,482 


485,972 


149,207 


314.086 


X 


25,287 


45,263 


127,082 


189.180 


253,578 


N 


4,426,569 


898,729 


82,005 


8,118 


475,281 


149,207 


313.144 


X 


27,664 


45,444 


117,805 


184,640 


256,114 


D 


3,832,580 


900,526 


85,859 


6,657 


380,700 


129,959 


267,112 


X 


26,834 


41,718 


84,820 


138,480 


202,586 


1985 J 


3,713,509 


817,678 


82,253 


7,982 


410,395 


133,728 


231 ,586 


41,933 


27,505 


43,971 


80,664 


122.001 


199,142 


F 


3,837,193 


832,396 


77,482 


7,327 


444,458 


131,187 


250,808 


43,401 


27,285 


45,114 


93,167 


142,619 


213,879 


M 


3,968,311 


836,558 


76,630 


6,748 


487,570 


134,335 


269,368 


44,703 


27,258 


46.377 


102,297 


152,317 


229,492 


A 


3,994.548 


833,212 


80,615 


6.667 


491 ,958 


132,723 


273,409 


42,602 


27,912 


45.310 


101,786 


150,489 


240.049 


M 


3,961.070 


846.543 


80,696 


6.554 


484,579 


127,680 


274,776 


39,279 


28,889 


45,038 


97,206 


149,586 


233,808 


J 


3,893,449 


860.934 


80,535 


6.777 


460.835 


129,851 


277,249 


40,693 


27,618 


43,642 


83,986 


143,154 


223.520 


J 


3,992,038 


852.325 


82,548 


7,177 


474,660 


141,927 


282,239 


44,315 


30,021 


40,500 


96.836 


154,606 


245.648 


A 


4,042,950 


840,392 


83,704 


7,794 


478,457 


144,056 


290.706 


46,708 


30,171 


38,880 


104,099 


169,294 


257.439 


s 


4,324,131 


897,539 


82,197 


7,529 


500,466 


150,971 


301 ,462 


48,950 


30,201 


38,686 


116.799 


179.282 


277,004 





4,578,352 


909,207 


84,581 


7,424 


513,478 


153,990 


316,837 


51 .985 


30,020 


33.966 


128.829 


189.680 


288,915 


N 


4.721.815 


938.302 


89,318 


7,699 


502,695 


152,604 


316,203 


53,493 


32,001 


31 ,996 


121,872 


198.026 


289.493 


D 


4.021 .872 


945.808 


93.963 


4.943 


400,145 


124,067 


247,903 


52.905 


30,401 


28,892 


81.776 


145.549 


222.041 


1986 J 


3,947,430 


920.271 


85.882 


6.381 


414,950 


128,161 


240,466 


54,545 


32,681 


31 ,030 


84.883 


129,102 


224.705 












Pharmacies, 
























Furniture patent 








Sporting 








Year 


Specialty 


Family 


Household 


T.V., radio medicine Book & 






goods & 


Personal 


All 


Alcoholic 


and 


shoe 


shoe 


furniture 


& appliance & cosmetics stationery 


Jewellery accessories accessories 


other 


beverages 


month 


stores 


stores 


stores 


stores stores stores Florists 


stores 


stores 


stores 


stores 


stores 


D 


655616 


655617 


655619 


655621 655622 655623 655624 


655625 


655626 


655627 


655628 


655629 



1984 
1985 



11,137 
12,605 



114,566 
122.783 



54.815 
61,719 



19,846 
21,323 



195,038 
225,308 



94,170 
91,551 



2.372 
2,855 



160,436 
179,680 



26.236 
23.069 



95.128 
105.012 



286.632 
292,871 



425,394 
467,923 



1984 F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 

s 
o 

N 
D 



10.339 
11.197 
11.443 
11,008 
10,381 
10,423 
11,132 
11,655 
1 1 ,935 
1 1 ,553 
11,137 



127,425 
130.865 
127,332 
119,947 
114,909 
121.343 
132.749 
140.581 
142,268 
135,581 
114,566 



65,362 
68,107 
70,082 
70,993 
69,218 
65,826 
62,995 
62,428 
59,556 
58,067 
54,815 



21,643 
21,838 
22,690 
23,530 
22,706 
21 .026 
20,143 
20,788 
21,432 
21,432 
19,846 



165,911 
171,220 
169.165 
170,349 
1 70,008 
169,838 
173,744 
187,470 
204,905 
212,691 
195,038 



64,178 
65,91 1 
66,834 
66,834 
69.307 
70.970 
81,119 
88,257 
110,321 
119,809 
94,170 



2,041 
2,515 
2,917 
2,704 
2,390 
2,431 
2,331 
2,492 
2,435 
2,644 
2,372 



145,251 
145.396 
146,123 
145,685 
145.539 
144.666 
153.057 
176,781 
177,488 
185,475 
160.436 



32.962 
35,368 
37.101 
38,288 
34,153 
33,402 
34,938 
41,751 
39,830 
37,161 
26,236 



89.039 
92,957 
96.954 
98,990 
99,881 
96,585 
97,744 
101,654 
112,429 
118,613 
95.128 



253,004 
261,606 
266,053 
265,787 
264,458 
286,672 
277,212 
304,656 
326,896 
338,010 
286,632 



332,236 
336,973 
311,684 
325.173 
339,152 
349.684 
382,867 
406.174 
484.828 
545.405 
425,394 



1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



10,469 
11,526 
1 1 ,676 
1 1 ,980 
11,561 
1 1 ,260 
11,215 
12,056 
12,900 
13,119 
13,158 
12,605 



112,962 
128,890 
138,557 
136,617 
128.557 
121,358 
129.246 
141,654 
155,961 
157,209 
146,519 
122.783 



54,705 
60,941 
62.830 
62.893 
64.088 
64.601 
62.275 
59.224 
62.837 
65.036 
65.036 
61.719 



19.786 
20.914 
21,060 
21,292 
21 ,590 
20.791 
19,876 
17,809 
20,463 
21,527 
23,077 
21 .323 



182,751 
188,965 
199,736 
199,536 
200,733 
197,120 
203,428 
207,903 
217,882 
230,083 
255,162 
225,308 



103,775 
82,501 
83,244 
79,914 
79,674 
78,240 
77,145 
81,234 
91,388 
112,773 
120,780 
91,551 



2,424 
2,439 
2,971 
3.473 
3,390 
3,054 
3,115 
3,109 
3,261 
3,202 
3,208 
2,855 



190.598 
194,410 
168.748 
174,992 
174,992 
171,842 
166,859 
179,540 
186,003 
196.419 
202.115 
179.680 



22,720 
23,765 
27,401 
30,306 
30,003 
30,273 
27,548 
30,082 
33,090 
35,373 
39.299 
23.069 



104,070 
101,052 
106,206 
108,330 
110,280 
110,501 
105,639 
104,794 
108.043 
126.626 
127.133 
105.012 



273,734 
278,661 
286,464 
301 .074 
285.117 
257,746 
274,757 
272,559 
305,266 
339,761 
342,139 
292,871 



395,231 
393,207 
404,743 
394,628 
393,994 
407,734 
418,452 
401 .903 
458.278 
527.773 
611.142 
467.923 



1 1 .899 



123.888 



61.719 



21 .920 



221,252 



91 .276 



3.152 



178.243 



22,561 



102.387 



284.085 



439.715 



'Consult the source publication for definitions and composition of kinds of business groups Inventories are stocks on hand for sale at end of month and are valued at lower of cost or 

market 

Source: Retail Chain Stores (63-210), Statistics Canada. 



105 



Section 10— Table 3 

Table 3: Department store sales and stocks' (million dollars) 



April 1986 













Men's 


and 










Home furnishings, 








Total all 


Ladies' 


apparel 


boy's clothing. 


Food 


and 


Piece 


goods, 


furniture 




All other 


Year 
and 


departments 


and accessories 


furnishing 


& shoes 


kindred 


products 


linens & 


lomestics 


radio & appl 


ances 


departments 


month 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 


D 


655120 


655161 


655121 


655162 


655133 


655174 


655137 


655178 


655140 


655181 


655144 


655185 


655138-39 


655179-80 








655132 


655173 


655136 


655177 






655141 


655182 


655149 


655190 


655142-43 
655150-60 


655183-84 

655191- 

201 


1984 


11,384.9 


3,138.6 


2.600.8 


650.2 


1,405 6 


410.4 


730.0 


23.2 


394.0 


171.8 


2,020.1 


585.0 


4.234.3 


1 ,297.9 


1985 


12,056.7 


3.536.6 


2.795.7 


811.8 


1 ,522.5 


464.3 


741.3 


28.6 


424.7 


1840 


2.116.8 


604.6 


4,455.8 


1,443.2 


1984 F 


6596 


3.1477 


146.8 


664.1 


67.2 


402.9 


59.5 


47.2 


20.0 


174.7 


124.6 


5640 


241.5 


1 .294.8 


M 


8070 


3,399.6 


193.6 


7454 


94.9 


447.5 


52.0 


52.1 


26.9 


172.0 


156 8 


610.3 


282.9 


1,372.3 


A 


8430 


3,606.3 


207.1 


776.4 


102 9 


474.5 


59.2 


45.5 


25.7 


178.3 


149.0 


6398 


299.1 


1,491.7 


M 


930.4 


3,338.6 


211.6 


690 1 


103.1 


453.8 


64.7 


25.9 


31.9 


177.6 


165.4 


5838 


353.7 


1 ,407.4 


J 


941.7 


3,148.1 


211.7 


608.6 


130.7 


383.9 


54.8 


33.8 


32.1 


168.3 


166.9 


593 8 


345.6 


1 ,359.6 


J 


806.6 


3.305.9 


161.3 


706.7 


83.9 


407.7 


51.8 


32.3 


33.8 


167.1 


169.5 


598 8 


306.3 


1 ,393.3 


A 


872.4 


3,4326 


2100 


782.3 


102.5 


502.0 


60.2 


27.2 


33.8 


163.7 


152.7 


571.8 


313.3 


1 ,385.6 


S 


9474 


3.323.7 


243.7 


756.1 


118.1 


466.9 


54.0 


34.8 


36.3 


154.3 


181.2 


563.9 


314.0 


1,347.7 





957.1 


3,867.8 


237.0 


868.3 


113.9 


570.7 


59.1 


45.4 


32.5 


168.0 


178.2 


636.5 


336.3 


1,578.9 


N 


1,254.3 


3,944.5 


291.7 


858.2 


174.2 


564.5 


79.4 


51.2 


38.6 


181.9 


2047 


615.4 


465.6 


1.673.2 


D 


1,715.8 


3,138.6 


350.4 


650.2 


251.3 


410.4 


86.9 


23.2 


49.8 


171.8 


236.6 


5850 


740.9 


1,297.9 


1985 J 


692.1 


3,011.6 


144.1 


617.9 


68.1 


370.0 


51.9 


41.8 


34.2 


146.2 


139.8 


523.1 


254.0 


1,312.5 


F 


647.1 


2,970.2 


143.8 


669.4 


65.9 


404.7 


61.9 


35.4 


21.2 


144.7 


118.1 


5083 


236.2 


1 .207.7 


M 


849.1 


3,275.6 


213.5 


755.9 


103.6 


462.2 


56.1 


37.9 


28.8 


155.9 


156.3 


538.1 


290.6 


1.325.6 


A 


901.4 


3,540.7 


221.2 


800.4 


108.4 


514.0 


63.3 


38.4 


28.1 


165.4 


160.5 


567.9 


319.9 


1,454.6 


M 


9906 


3.517.4 


242.1 


751.7 


118.4 


5186 


64.0 


35.2 


33.4 


169.5 


160.1 


554.6 


372.6 


1 ,487.7 


J 


9282 


3.292.1 


199.0 


664.7 


130.1 


4342 


55.1 


31.4 


32.1 


162.6 


162.8 


538.8 


349.0 


1 .460.2 


J 


875.7 


3,393.3 


183.3 


742.7 


97.7 


449.5 


50.1 


33.1 


34.9 


154.8 


179.2 


546.9 


330.4 


1 ,466.3 


A 


979.9 


3.481.8 


233.7 


772.5 


121.1 


478.9 


62.1 


32.2 


38.0 


147.9 


179.2 


546.4 


345.9 


1.504.0 


S 


9648 


3.392.8 


246.4 


785.9 


121.6 


485.6 


52.3 


37.4 


37.4 


146.0 


186.8 


504.5 


320.3 


1 ,433.3 





1,032 3 


4,288.7 


261.6 


1,000.5 


122.9 


615.0 


59.0 


46.5 


36.8 


172.6 


200.8 


602.6 


351.2 


1.851.4 


N 


1,360.2 


4,3328 


325.7 


1.019.4 


192.7 


612.6 


77.5 


49.1 


43.6 


185.0 


221.7 


592.0 


499.0 


1 .874.6 


D 


1,835.4 


3,536.6 


381.4 


811.8 


271.9 


464.3 


87.9 


28.6 


56.1 


1840 


251.5 


604.6 


786.6 


1.443.2 


1986 J 


762.7 


3.5803 


163.1 


841.2 


74.5 


441.4 


56.1 


44.2 


35.3 


171.5 


168.6 


589.4 


265.1 


1,492.5 



'Department store stocks at end of period at selling value The sales and stocks data are revised series based on the results of the 1961 Census of Merchandising and Service 

Establishments. 

Source: Department Store Sales and Stocks (63-002), Statistics Canada. 



Table 4: 


Estimated restaurant, 


caterer and tavern receipts, 


Canada and provinces (thousand dollars) 










Year 
and 
Month 


Canada Nfld. 


P.E.I. NS N.B. 


Que Ont. Man Sask 


Alta 


BC 


Yukon 


NW.T 


D 


655700 655768 


655771 655774 655777 


655780 655783 655786 655789 


655792 


655795 


655798 


655801 



1984 


10,791,862.4 


129,869.7 


45,021.1 


284,974.0 


206.8748 


2.655.6690 


4,210,845.4 


374,717.0 


343,110.3 


1.089,000.3 


1 ,422,764.5 


9,750.3 


19.259 4 


1985 


11,760,114.6 


122.267.6 


46,043.9 


304,4740 


219,038.6 


2.903,663.3 


4.647,814.9 


415,875.4 


356.418.3 


1.185,591.4 


1 ,529.552.0 


10,000.9 


19.368.3 


1984 F 


763,490.4 


9,056.9 


2,696.2 


19,760.2 


13,676 8 


183.759.1 


298.099.6 


25,325.7 


25.458.1 


83,814.8 


97.674.8 


623.4 


3,544.2 


M 


846,048.6 


10,989 5 


2,842.3 


21,677.7 


14,958.6 


203.568.1 


328.628.4 


29,518.1 


28.230.7 


91,803.6 


110,765.6 


732.7 


2,332.8 


A 


835,0893 


10,670.0 


2,843.0 


22,845.3 


15,944.7 


201,540.1 


319.513.5 


30,407.6 


27,987.6 


88,203.6 


113,367.8 


705.1 


1.060 3 


M 


910,827.5 


11,396.9 


3,466.5 


23,968.0 


17,585.7 


228,822.2 


352,727.5 


32,344.6 


28,732.4 


88,758.3 


120,871.4 


829.3 


1,324.0 


J 


967,995.5 


11,777.6 


4,367.1 


26.2563 


19.148.5 


246.503.9 


371,867.9 


33,777.8 


30,291.2 


92.476.7 


129,269.7 


932.8 


1 ,325.4 


J 


1,023,175.0 


12,360.2 


6,302.8 


28,118.4 


21,645.9 


256.271.7 


386,028.6 


34,753.8 


32,207.5 


102.314.5 


140.778.0 


1,155.7 


1 ,237.3 


A 


1,039,030.1 


12,374.4 


6,168.6 


29,129.5 


21,598.6 


260,6678 


393,921 .0 


35,271.9 


31,647.9 


99,244.9 


146,558.1 


1.142.1 


1,304.7 


S 


964,164.7 


11,606.4 


3,942.3 


25,119 6 


18,532.1 


232,770.5 


385,096.8 


32,534.5 


28,649.4 


96,656.8 


127,077.9 


882.0 


1 ,295.9 


O 


914,1644 


10,512.0 


3,382.0 


24.171.5 


17,461.8 


224,820.5 


365,179.8 


32.440.4 


29.526.9 


88,066.1 


116,575.1 


833.5 


1,194.5 


N 


900,563.4 


10,472.7 


3,242.3 


23.608.9 


17,651.8 


221,162.3 


360,967.5 


31 .800.0 


28.845.4 


90,068.0 


110,640.4 


750.6 


1,353.1 


D 


901,581.9 


10,419.1 


3,242.3 


22.658.8 


16,390.3 


223.542.4 


360,462.7 


32,047.7 


27.075.8 


92,070.9 


111,735.6 


730.1 


1 ,205.7 


1985 J 


779,691.2 


8,560.8 


2.526.9 


18.500.9 


13,499.4 


193.72G.7 


303,678.5 


28,352.8 


25,118.1 


82,120.9 


101,089.4 


519.7 


1 .996.5 


F 


796,123.7 


8,469.1 


2.614.5 


20,556.6 


14.834.5 


194.289.3 


308,757.6 


29,406.5 


25,898.3 


83,804.5 


104,175.8 


617.6 


2,699.0 


M 


942,307.4 


9.809.6 


3,211.9 


25,512.5 


17.913.4 


223,413.0 


368,966.0 


35,368.5 


30,346.6 


101,1635 


123.790.7 


815.5 


1.995.7 


A 


921,102.8 


10.007.6 


2.968.0 


23,435.7 


16,810.9 


224,515.6 


357,827.4 


33,543.7 


29,533.2 


96,624.1 


123.692.5 


700.2 


1.443.6 


M 


1,023,881.4 


10.185.8 


3,750.2 


25,439.3 


18,968.9 


259,146.2 


409,149.4 


36,553.7 


30,3562 


96,982.2 


131.167.2 


896.0 


1.285.8 


J 


1 ,042,328.4 


10.527.2 


4,385 1 


26,725.7 


19,786.3 


258,844.1 


415,898.3 


39.187.9 


31.588.6 


101,582.2 


131.443.1 


1.008.8 


1 .350.5 


J 


1,122,543.9 


10,985.4 


6,439.4 


30,003.1 


21 ,529.0 


279,154.8 


441 ,022.7 


37,140.8 


33.424.9 


107,032.2 


153.180.6 


1,2170 


1,413.6 


A 


1,147,212.7 


11,710.3 


6,501.3 


31 ,924.3 


22,335.7 


288,381.1 


443,808.0 


38.611.2 


33.592.7 


109,721.5 


157.909.7 


1,183.2 


1,533.0 


S 


1 ,033.809.8 


11,155.6 


4,077.7 


26.878.8 


19,196.4 


254.7097 


414.459.9 


35.310.3 


29.684.0 


101,157.0 


134,640.0 


997.3 


1.542.8 


O 


1.007.109.3 


10,073.9 


3,503.4 


25.378.0 


18,693.1 


257,566.0 


401 ,694.2 


34.103.2 


29.779.4 


100,171.6 


124,120.8 


721.2 


1.304.0 


N 


965,279.9 


10,050.4 


3.125.0 


25,245.1 


17,765.0 


233,978.8 


394.798.0 


33.387.4 


28,859.2 


98,935.8 


117,023.5 


697.2 


1.413.9 


D 


978,724.1 


10,731.9 


2.940.5 


24,874.0 


17.706.0 


235,938.0 


387.754.9 


34,909.4 


28,237.1 


106,295.9 


127,318.7 


627.2 


1 ,389.9 


1986 J 


887,272.2 


9,326.4 


2,597.4 


21,618.0 


15,739.2 


208,535.3 


354,206.6 


31,731.4 


26,577.5 


96,668.4 


118,524 


496.1 


1,251.3 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding 

Source: Restaurant, Caterer and Tavern Statistics (63-011), Statistics Canada. 



106 



Section 1 1 ■ External Trade 

1 . Merchandise Trade on a Balance of Payments Basis 

108 1.1 Total Exports by Major Trading Area and Section, 

Seasonally Adjusted , Balance of Payments Basis 
1.2 Imports by Major Trading Area and Section, Seasonally 
Adjusted , Balance of Payments Basis 

109 1.3 Price and Volume Indexes of Total Exports by Section, 

Seasonally Adjusted , Balance of Payments Basis 
1.4 Price and Volume Indexes of Imports by Section, 
Seasonally Adjusted , Balance of Payments Basis 

110 1.5 Total Exports by Commodity Grouping, Seasonally 

Adjusted , Balance of Payments Basis 
112 1.6 Imports by Commodity Grouping, Seasonally Adjusted, 

Balance of Payments Basis 

2. Merchandise Trade on a Customs Basis 

114 2.1 Total Exports by Country, Not Seasonally Adjusted, Customs Basis 

115 2.2 Imports by Country, Not Seasonally Adjusted, Customs Basis 

116 2.3 Total Exports by Commodity Grouping, Not Seasonally Adjusted, 

Customs Basis 
118 2.4 Imports by Commodity Grouping, Not Seasonally Adjusted, 

Customs Basis 



107 



Section 11— Tables 1.1 and 1.2 April 1986 

1— Merchandise trade on a balance of payments basis 

Table 1.1: Total exports 1 by major trading area and section, seasonally adjusted, balance of payments basis 2 (millions of dollars) 









Major trading areas' 














Sections 






























Fabri- 


























Food. 


Crude 


cated 




Special 


Unallo- 




















feed. 


mate- 


mate- 


End 


trans- 


cated 






United 


United 


Other 




Other 


Other 


Live 


beverages 


rials. 


rials. 


products, 


actions 


BOP. 


Month 


Total 


States 


Kingdom 


EEC. 


Japan 


O.E.C.D. 


countries 


animals 


& tobacco 


inedible 


inedible 


inedible 


trade 


adjust. 


D 


399449 


399518 


399519 


399520 


399521 


399522 


399523 


399450 


399451 


399461 


399477 


399503 


399516 


399517 


1984 M 


8,944.3 


6,953.7 


197.1 


305.4 


414.4 


168.3 


905.4 


33.7 


778.8 


1,420.1 


2,775.7 


3,780.4 


36.1 


119.5 


A 


8.9776 


6,871.7 


197.0 


361.3 


405.9 


184.3 


957.4 


36.0 


858.9 


1,522.3 


2,800.3 


3,600.7 


28.1 


131.3 


M 


9.408.5 


7,197.5 


2095 


381.2 


448.7 


157.2 


1,014.5 


40.6 


875.5 


1,596.1 


2,985.5 


3.715.2 


55.7 


140.0 


J 


9,256.1 


7,036.1 


206.3 


377.0 


445.6 


169.2 


1,021.9 


50.6 


881.3 


1 ,369.2 


2,929.5 


3,859.5 


32.2 


133.8 


J 


9.661.1 


7,151.8 


186.3 


385.1 


596.3 


182.2 


1,159.4 


57.1 


1 ,079.6 


1 ,436.4 


2.9744 


3.974.6 


29.7 


109.3 


A 


9,7634 


7,451 8 


213.7 


373.4 


4655 


162.6 


1,096.4 


59.5 


903.6 


1,383.2 


3,061.6 


4,210.3 


39.6 


105.6 


S 


9,683.3 


7,3640 


228.5 


393.1 


461.9 


197.9 


1,038.0 


53.4 


901.1 


1 ,384.9 


3,072.5 


4,113.9 


47.3 


110.0 





9,949.9 


7,535.9 


223.0 


389.9 


555.3 


201.0 


1,044.9 


38.4 


838.9 


1,648.5 


3,059.7 


4.181.2 


44.7 


138.5 


N 


9,644.3 


7,465.1 


211.3 


368.2 


449.3 


161.1 


989.3 


46.0 


813.5 


1,531.6 


3,0137 


4,068.3 


33.1 


138.2 


D 


9.4754 


7,332.2 


190.5 


364.0 


437.5 


187.4 


963.8 


48.2 


735.4 


1,444.5 


3,006.8 


4,084.9 


26.0 


129.7 


1985 J 


9.598.6 


7,273.6 


203.8 


411.5 


532.5 


189 4 


987.7 


47.4 


758.9 


1,415.8 


2,984.6 


4,215.7 


32.3 


143.9 


F 


9.611.4 


7.404.0 


172.0 


348.3 


560.2 


179.1 


947.7 


52.0 


698.6 


1,729 9 


2,959.0 


4,003.9 


26.5 


141.3 


M 


10.413.4 


8.130.0 


180.7 


388.4 


498.4 


224.1 


991.7 


65.0 


697.1 


1 ,824.0 


3,372.1 


4,242.1 


45.2 


168.0 


A 


10,141.6 


8,164.3 


196.6 


353.7 


339.7 


215.7 


871.5 


48.9 


757.9 


1,741.8 


3,258.4 


4.135.2 


32.0 


167.5 


M 


10,053.0 


7,975.4 


183.5 


357.4 


411.7 


170.3 


954.7 


42.4 


759.1 


1 ,720.5 


3,148.7 


4,181.7 


34.2 


166.3 


J 


9,625.8 


7,725.4 


234.0 


318.0 


409.0 


151.6 


787.8 


40.0 


676.0 


1,567.9 


3,002.9 


4,142.3 


34.3 


162.4 


J 


8,912.1 


7,193.8 


1459 


354.2 


4378 


167.9 


612.6 


32.0 


618.7 


1,519.9 


2,769.8 


3,804.7 


36.3 


130.8 


A 


10,013 1 


7,998.6 


184.1 


322.9 


485.4 


230.2 


791.9 


31.7 


663.5 


1,505.1 


2.991.6 


4.663.8 


29.3 


128.2 


s 


10,683.4 


8,433.6 


223.8 


420.2 


531.3 


178.5 


896.0 


19.9 


956.5 


1 ,673.3 


3.001.8 


4,839.1 


31.9 


160.9 


O 


10,913.9 


8,411.7 


227.3 


333.5 


636.2 


235.4 


1 ,069.9 


30.0 


911.5 


1 ,743.9 


3,141.6 


4,880.7 


31.4 


174.9 


N 


9.949.5 


7.933.5 


191.9 


316.5 


367.2 


245.7 


894.6 


25.5 


892.4 


1.372.7 


2,903.1 


4,548.0 


34.1 


173.9 


D 


10.179.0 


8,011.6 


178.1 


360.4 


476.5 


146.8 


1,005.5 


33.2 


873.4 


1.522.5 


2,988.9 


4,566.5 


27.5 


166.9 


1986 J 


10,772.4 


8,310.5 


210.6 


428.5 


479.7 


253.2 


1,089.8 


35.9 


981.3 


1.541.4 


3,329.9 


4,688.2 


22.3 


173.4 


F 


10,065.3 


7.946.4 


2069 


431.0 


433.8 


137.5 


9099 


31.3 


852.5 


1.264.1 


3,104.5 


4,545.3 


100.5 


167.1 



Table 1.2: Imports by major trading area and section, seasonally adjusted, balance of payments basis (millions of dollars) 









Major 


trading areas 3 














Sections 






























Fabri- 


























Food, 


Crude 


cated 




Special 


Unallo- 




















feed, 


mate- 


mate- 


End 


trans- 


cated 






United 


United 


Other 




Other 


Other 


Live 


beverages 


rials. 


rials. 


products. 


actions 


BOP 


Month 


Total 


States 


Kingdom 


EEC 


Japan 


O.E.C.D. 


countries 


animals 


& tobacco 


inedible 


inedible 


inedible 


trade 


adjust. 


D 


397990 


398058 


398059 


398060 


398061 


398062 


398063 


397991 


397992 


398007 


398017 


398033 


398056 


398057 


1984 M 


7,5368 


5,509.7 


200.3 


456.2 


433.0 


152.3 


785.3 


8.4 


466.3 


640.0 


1,332.8 


5,166.7 


129.5 


-206.9 


A 


7,227.5 


5,236.0 


145.2 


441.1 


392.1 


181.8 


831.3 


10.1 


4497 


651.3 


1,226.3 


4,969.6 


131.1 


-2105 


M 


7,735.8 


5.495.5 


172.4 


558.5 


458.2 


189.2 


861.9 


8.1 


491.2 


645.6 


1 ,438.3 


5.248.2 


136.3 


-231.9 


J 


7,515.8 


5.326.0 


198.3 


465.2 


490.2 


188.5 


847.6 


8.5 


470.1 


695.7 


1 .409 4 


5.031.2 


123.3 


-222.4 


J 


7,746.6 


5,494.3 


205.6 


460.7 


486.8 


204.2 


895.0 


6.5 


489.3 


710.0 


1 ,378.0 


5,256.6 


126.7 


-220.5 


A 


8.452.8 


6.102.9 


2044 


516.9 


486.9 


271.8 


8699 


7.3 


5138 


747.1 


1.631.7 


5.650.6 


135.9 


-233.6 


S 


7,698.6 


5,546.5 


158.2 


512.8 


520.8 


173.5 


786.9 


7.9 


496.4 


539.3 


1,410.8 


5,357.4 


124.0 


-237.2 


O 


7,6429 


5,500.3 


190.5 


507.2 


472.2 


2096 


763.3 


7.8 


516.3 


5543 


1,447.3 


5,215.0 


139.5 


-237.3 


N 


7,670.0 


5.478.6 


190.9 


520.9 


486.8 


2143 


778.6 


6.9 


502.3 


530.7 


1,445.4 


5,283.3 


120.2 


-218.7 


D 


7,927.7 


5,741.1 


2467 


529.8 


457.9 


175.1 


777.1 


5.5 


499.6 


570.5 


1,531.4 


5,426.4 


122.0 


-227.7 


1985 J 


8,175.8 


5,993.2 


135.4 


495.1 


473.9 


182.0 


896.1 


6.1 


472.4 


4893 


1,536.0 


5,677.3 


125.2 


-130.5 


F 


7,9267 


5.940.8 


142.9 


488.2 


438.5 


183.6 


732.7 


8.2 


501.9 


407.5 


1.392.2 


5.588.0 


132.6 


-103.6 


M 


8,108.3 


5.9766 


147.2 


515.4 


447.0 


209.3 


812.8 


9.7 


485.4 


487.3 


1.574.4 


5.505.5 


125.2 


-79.1 


A 


8,091 7 


5,9943 


183.4 


515.3 


414.1 


214.7 


769.8 


11.4 


510.6 


498.5 


1,509.8 


5.474.3 


136.5 


-49.4 


M 


8,4922 


5,899.5 


344.7 


601.0 


515.9 


211.3 


919.8 


11.4 


4847 


812.4 


1,578.3 


5.527.0 


125.3 


-46.8 


J 


8,824.6 


6,231.1 


291 4 


627.3 


456.7 


242.4 


975.7 


8.7 


472.5 


836.7 


1 ,697.4 


5,701.7 


164.5 


-56.9 


J 


8,654.3 


6,169.2 


318.1 


584.4 


505.4 


281.2 


795.8 


13.4 


463.2 


570.0 


1,604.4 


5,922.9 


132.7 


-52.4 


A 


8.957.5 


6.463.2 


2994 


635.9 


543.6 


288.7 


726.8 


16.4 


472.9 


645.7 


1,610.3 


6,148.0 


141.5 


-77.3 


s 


8,998.2 


6,334.0 


283.9 


614.9 


544.0 


318.5 


902.8 


7.6 


500.8 


733.9 


1,636.5 


6,045.4 


136.8 


-62.8 


O 


8,697.3 


6,084.8 


335.2 


663.6 


555.2 


252.9 


805.7 


7.1 


468.9 


612.9 


1 ,630.0 


5,926.8 


125.2 


-73.6 


N 


9.423.1 


6,778.4 


377.7 


634.8 


591.1 


258.9 


782.1 


4.6 


486.3 


681.7 


1.672.3 


6.498.5 


137.9 


-58.2 


D 


8,928.5 


6,253.3 


286.0 


628.8 


570.1 


275.7 


914.6 


4.7 


480.6 


646.2 


1,612.6 


6,102.4 


163.6 


-81.6 


1986 J 


9.770.9 


6,959.6 


401.5 


752.1 


492.4 


213.7 


951 6 


6.0 


515.7 


677.3 


1,911.7 


6.585.1 


140.5 


-65.4 


F 


9,859.3 


6,913.4 


333.9 


808.2 


645.0 


256.8 


9020 


7.3 


556.5 


587.8 


1,765.7 


6.843.8 


172.6 


-74.4 



'Total exports includes domestic exports and re-exports, for further information please refer to Summary of External Trade (65-001). 'The figures reflect a number of adjustments 
applied to the customs totals to make them consistent with the concepts and definitions used in the system of national accounts. For more information about these adjustments, please 
refer to Quarterly Estimates of the Canadian Balance of International Payments (67-001) 'For definition of major trading areas and sections, please refer to Summary of External 
Trade (65-001) 
Source: Summary of External Trade (65-001), Statistics Canada. 



108 



Section 11— Tables 1.3 and 1.4 



April 1986 

1— Merchandise trade on a balance of payments basis 

Table 1.3: Price and volume indexes 1 of total exports by section, seasonally adjusted, balance of payments basis (1971 = 100) 









PAASCHE Current weighted price 


indexes' 








I 


-ASPEYFtES 


Fixed weighted voume 


indexes' 












Food, 




Inedible 












Food. 




Inedible 






























feed, 




Fabri- 




Special 


Unallo- 






feed, 




Fabri- 




Special 


Unallo- 








beve- 


Crude 


cated 


End 


tran- 


cated 






beve- 


Crude 


cated 


End 


tran- 


cated 






Live 


rages & 


mate- 


mate- 


pro- 


sactions 


BOP 




Live 


rages & 


mate- 


mate- 


pro- 


sactions 


BOP. 


Month 


Total 


animals 


tobacco 


rials 


rials 


ducts 


trade 


adjust. 


Total 


animals 


tobacco 


rials 


rials 


ducts 


trade 


adjust. 





398741 


398742 


398743 


398753 


398769 


398795 


398808 


398809 


419510 


419511 


419512 


419522 


419538 


419564 


419577 


419578 


1984 J 


302.1 


255.3 


308.2 


544.0 


342.3 


240.4 


302.1 


302.1 


195.7 


190.5 


155.2 


91.0 


161 


282.4 


331.5 


-297.0 


F 


304.0 


250.0 


308.8 


494.1 


351.2 


243.2 


304.0 


304.0 


188.7 


217.3 


145.3 


97.6 


154.8 


268.8 


386.0 


-278.9 


M 


308.2 


259.7 


308.0 


541.8 


361.5 


243.0 


308.2 


308.2 


194.8 


230.4 


147.3 


95.5 


151.6 


287.5 


437.8 


-321.5 


A 


315.6 


258.9 


306.6 


595.9 


365.3 


243.6 


315.6 


315.6 


191.0 


246.8 


163.2 


93.1 


151.4 


273.2 


332.9 


-344.9 


M 


320 1 


255.2 


308.8 


594.1 


376.3 


244.9 


320.1 


320.1 


197.3 


282.4 


165.2 


97.9 


156.7 


280.3 


650.7 


-362.7 


J 


313.4 


258.8 


316.4 


588.9 


369.2 


244.8 


313.4 


313.4 


198.2 


347.1 


162.3 


84.7 


156.7 


291.3 


384.3 


-354.0 


J 


313.1 


271.6 


326.0 


539.3 


367.4 


246.4 


313.1 


313.1 


207.1 


373.2 


192.9 


97.1 


159.9 


298.0 


354.8 


-289.4 


A 


308.6 


262.0 


313.3 


579.5 


369.2 


242.3 


308.6 


308.6 


212.4 


403.2 


168.0 


87.0 


163.8 


321.0 


479.4 


-283.9 


s 


305.8 


272.1 


310.6 


555.3 


358.7 


242.0 


305.8 


305.8 


212.6 


348.4 


169.0 


90.9 


169.2 


314.0 


578.6 


-298.4 





305.3 


279.3 


308.8 


486.6 


362.1 


241.7 


305.3 


305.3 


218.7 


244.1 


158.3 


123.5 


166.9 


319.6 


547.8 


-376.1 


N 


306.7 


286.6 


300.8 


519.6 


356.3 


244.6 


306.7 


306.7 


211.1 


284.9 


157.6 


107.5 


167.0 


307.0 


403.0 


-373.8 


D 


308.4 


288.2 


301.5 


537.4 


359.9 


246.5 


3084 


308.4 


206.2 


296.9 


142.1 


98.0 


165.0 


306.1 


314.7 


-348.9 


1985 J 


305.8 


268.7 


301.3 


507.3 


356.0 


248.9 


305.8 


305.8 


210.7 


313.0 


146.7 


101.7 


165.6 


313.0 


394.5 


-390.1 


F 


317.1 


253.8 


299.5 


536.4 


361.7 


252.8 


317.1 


317.1 


203.5 


364.0 


135.9 


117.6 


161.5 


292.7 


312.8 


-369.7 


M 


324.6 


243.9 


305.0 


614.3 


369.1 


253.0 


324.6 


324.6 


215.3 


473.3 


133.2 


108.2 


180.4 


309.8 


520.1 


-429.1 


A 


323.7 


244.3 


307.9 


614.5 


366.0 


253.4 


323.7 


323.7 


210.3 


355.1 


143.4 


103.3 


175.8 


301 5 


369.2 


-429.2 


M 


322.8 


236.5 


307.3 


635.7 


365.7 


252.6 


322.8 


322.8 


209.0 


318.1 


143.9 


98.7 


170.0 


305.9 


396.0 


-427.3 


J 


317.4 


246.7 


299.3 


604.4 


363.5 


252.1 


317.4 


317.4 


203.6 


288.0 


131.6 


94.6 


163.1 


303.6 


403.8 


-424.2 


J 


319.2 


246.8 


300.3 


616.2 


358.1 


253.5 


319.2 


319.2 


187.4 


229.9 


120.0 


89.9 


152.7 


2773 


425.5 


-339.8 


A 


313.8 


238.7 


300.7 


608.9 


366.4 


253.0 


313.8 


313.8 


214.2 


235.6 


128.6 


90.1 


161.2 


340.6 


348.8 


-338.8 


S 


313.4 


261.3 


309.3 


598.0 


354.8 


254.1 


313.4 


313.4 


228.8 


135.0 


180.2 


102.0 


167.1 


351.9 


380.7 


-425.6 





316.6 


261.5 


307.0 


563.0 


365.9 


256.2 


316.6 


316.6 


231.4 


203.5 


173.0 


112.9 


169.6 


352.0 


370.5 


-458.1 


N 


318.5 


268.9 


315.0 


631.3 


363.2 


260.1 


318.5 


318.5 


209.7 


168.1 


165.1 


79.3 


157.9 


323.1 


400.2 


-452.7 


D 


321.7 


286.6 


314.0 


618.7 


364.6 


261.3 


321.7 


321.7 


212.4 


205.7 


162.1 


89.7 


161.9 


322.9 


319.4 


-430.3 



Table 1.4: Price and volume indexes of imports by section, seasonally adjusted, balance of payments basis (1971 =100) 









PAASCHE 


Current weighted price 


indexes' 








I 


-ASPEYRES Fixed wei 


ghted voume 


indexes' 












Food, 




Inedible 












Food. 




Inedible 






























feed. 




Fabri- 




Special 


Unallo- 






feed, 




Fabri- 




Special 


Unallo- 








beve- 


Crude 


cated 


End 


tran- 


cated 






beve- 


Crude 


cated 


End 


tran- 


cated 






Live 


rages & 


mate- 


mate- 


pro- 


sactions 


BOP 




Live 


rages & 


mate- 


mate- 


pro- 


sactions 


BOP 


Month 


Total 


animals 


tobacco 


rials 


rials 


ducts 


trade 


adjust 


Total 


animals 


tobacco 


rials 


rials 


ducts 


trade 


adjust 


D 


397292 


397293 


397294 


397309 


397319 


397335 


397358 


397359 


419167 


419168 


419169 


419184 


419194 


419210 


419233 


419234 


1984 J 


296.4 


255.4 


282.0 


516.3 


335.4 


275.5 


296.4 


296.4 


187.5 


118.4 


174.4 


100.3 


140.9 


215.2 


318.0 


222.8 


F 


306.2 


253.8 


289.0 


664.1 


361.6 


277.4 


306.2 


306.2 


184.4 


89.0 


169.9 


82.2 


141.1 


214.6 


269.3 


234.4 


M 


305.2 


258.4 


286.3 


533.1 


349.4 


282.7 


305.2 


305.2 


193.5 


99.3 


174.7 


109.0 


142.8 


224.2 


304.8 


255.0 


A 


307.2 


252.4 


283.8 


599.9 


342.8 


284.0 


307.2 


307.2 


184.3 


122.2 


170.0 


98.6 


133.9 


214.7 


306.5 


257.7 


M 


303.9 


241.8 


288.3 


434.8 


351.3 


284.4 


303.9 


303.9 


199.5 


102.3 


182.8 


134.8 


153.2 


226.4 


322.1 


287.0 


J 


3100 


227.8 


286.1 


530.0 


353.1 


286.2 


310.0 


310.0 


190.0 


113.9 


176.3 


119.2 


149.4 


215.6 


285.6 


269.8 


J 


312.8 


254.4 


292.5 


506.8 


357.1 


290.3 


312.8 


312.8 


194.0 


78.0 


179.5 


127.2 


144.4 


222.1 


290.9 


265.0 


A 


315.3 


287.1 


290.8 


496.2 


384.3 


288.6 


315.3 


315.3 


210.1 


77.6 


189.5 


136.7 


1589 


240.2 


309.6 


278.7 


S 


307.1 


262.9 


292.0 


461.9 


353.6 


288.9 


307.1 


307.1 


196.4 


91.8 


182.4 


106.0 


149.4 


227.5 


290.0 


290.4 


O 


311.3 


246.3 


290.3 


497.0 


369.7 


289.3 


311.3 


311.3 


192.4 


96.7 


190.8 


101.2 


146.5 


221.2 


321.9 


286.6 


N 


311.9 


273.6 


292.1 


504.9 


366.3 


290.8 


311.9 


311.9 


192.7 


77.0 


184.5 


95.4 


147.7 


222.9 


2768 


263.7 


D 


313.2 


271.4 


284.2 


549.0 


376.4 


289.2 


313.2 


313.2 


198.3 


61.9 


188.6 


94.3 


152.3 


230.2 


279.7 


273.4 


1985 J 


312.8 


270.2 


289.1 


538.0 


384.2 


289.7 


312.8 


312.8 


204.8 


69.0 


175.3 


82.6 


149.6 


240.4 


287.4 


156.9 


F 


309.2 


262.1 


278.8 


4965 


350.1 


295.5 


309.2 


309.2 


200.9 


95.6 


193.1 


74.5 


148.8 


2320 


308.0 


126 


M 


318.1 


262.0 


292.9 


511.5 


379.5 


296.8 


318.1 


318.1 


199.7 


112.6 


177.8 


86.5 


155.3 


227.6 


282.6 


93.5 


A 


322.3 


231.4 


287.2 


538.6 


366.6 


304.7 


322.3 


322.3 


196.7 


150.8 


190.7 


84.0 


154.2 


220.4 


304.2 


57.7 


M 


328.6 


220.7 


272.9 


645.6 


373.4 


302.1 


328.6 


328.6 


202.5 


157.2 


190.5 


114.2 


158.2 


224.4 


273.9 


53.6 


J 


330.1 


221.7 


274.3 


656.8 


381.9 


301.2 


330.1 


330.1 


209.5 


119.5 


184.8 


115.6 


166.3 


232.2 


357.8 


64.8 


J 


317.7 


216.2 


272.2 


527.6 


358.2 


301.2 


317.7 


317.7 


213.4 


189.5 


182.6 


98.1 


167.6 


241.2 


299.9 


62.0 


A 


318.5 


212.4 


272.3 


468.0 


359.3 


303.6 


318.5 


318.5 


220.4 


236 1 


186.3 


125.2 


167.7 


248.4 


319.2 


91.2 


S 


326.2 


238.5 


278.1 


586.6 


3640 


305.7 


326.2 


326.2 


216.1 


97.0 


193.1 


113.6 


168.3 


242.7 


301 2 


72.4 


O 


324.0 


253.7 


267.4 


549.7 


365.9 


306.6 


324.0 


324.0 


210.3 


86.0 


188.1 


101.2 


166.7 


237.2 


277.5 


85.4 


N 


326 1 


285.8 


286.4 


632.2 


360.9 


306.2 


326.1 


326.1 


226.4 


49.0 


182.2 


97.9 


173.4 


260.4 


303.7 


67.1 


D 


329.9 


309.5 


291.6 


551.7 


360.2 


312.9 


329.9 


329.9 


212.0 


46.2 


176.8 


106.3 


167.6 


239.2 


356.0 


93.0 



'For definition of these concepts please refer to the 1971 -based price and volume indexes of Canada's external trade (65-001 supplement) 
Source: Summary of External Trade (65-001), Statistics Canada. 



109 



Section 1 1 —Table 1 .5 

1 —Merchandise trade on a balance of payments basis 

Table 1.5: Total exports by commodity grouping, seasonally adjusted, balance of payments basis (millions of dollars) 



April 1986 





Live 
animals 








Food. feed. 


beverages 


and tobacco 










Crude materials, inedible 






Fish, 

fresh. 

frozen. 

preserved 


Barley 


Wheat 


Wheat 
flour 


Other 
cereals 
unmilled 


Other 
cereal 
prepa- 
rations 


Meat 
and 

meat 
prepa- 
rations 


Other 
Alco- food, 
holic feed, 
beve- beverages 
rages & tobacco 


Rape- 
seed | 




Ores, concentrates & 


scrap 


Month 


Other 
crude 
vege- 
table 
iroducts 


Iron 


Copper 


Nickel 


D 


399450 


399452 


399453 


399454 


399455 


399456 


399457 


399458 399459 399460 


399462 


399463 


399464 


399465 


399466 


1984 M 


33.7 


133.6 


57.2 


305.7 


7.9 




18.1 




22.3 




61.1 


52.5 


120.4 


73.4 


36.1 


112.5 


43.8 


54.3 


A 


360 


125.8 


93.6 


3286 


6.5 




14.3 




16.9 




64.5 


51.1 


157.6 


57.5 


31.9 


85.0 


37.6 


55.1 


M 


40.6 


128.8 


61.3 


384.4 


28.2 




7.4 




21.0 




62.3 


51.9 


130.2 


74.9 


33.7 


102.1 


53.1 


33.8 


J 


50.6 


125.8 


52.9 


433.6 


5.0 




8.9 




19.6 




57.3 


43.2 


135.0 


59.2 


35.2 


81.4 


28.0 


47.2 


J 


57.1 


172 4 


55.8 


560.2 


3.4 




100 




22.1 




58.7 


48.4 


148.6 


20.4 


29.7 


109.3 


72.7 


29.7 


A 


59.5 


129.9 


37.2 


464.3 


5.3 




25.9 




19.3 




59.3 


43.2 


119.2 


27.5 


31.0 


86.2 


19.9 


36.8 


S 


53.4 


131.7 


36.3 


452.2 


9.8 




16.1 




20.0 




51.3 


38.4 


145.3 


29.7 


36.5 


100 9 


34.4 


79.9 


O 


38.4 


140.1 


43.3 


366.9 


13.1 




12.2 




21.4 




69.1 


45.1 


127.7 


71.2 


37.3 


116.3 


71.0 


57.4 


N 


46.0 


123.5 


40.7 


352.3 


11.6 




26.0 




23.2 




79.0 


43.4 


113.8 


54.5 


31.8 


130 8 


24.9 


38.2 


D 


48.2 


121.4 


34.0 


289.6 


10.2 




13.4 




21.5 




77.6 


49.3 


118.4 


41.6 


37.6 


55.2 


34.6 


55.0 


1985 J 


47.4 


137.5 


53.9 


293.7 


4.7 




5.4 




20.8 




67.4 


47.2 


128.2 


38.6 


42.7 


110.2 


39.4 


46.7 


F 


52.0 


129.2 


28.7 


272.3 


7.2 




8.6 




20.0 




66.4 


43.1 


123.0 


52.9 


28.2 


180.7 


59.9 


36.1 


M 


65.0 


144.6 


29.9 


256.6 


11.1 




8.4 




21.7 




62.1 


51.5 


111.2 


40.8 


51.2 


106.8 


38.6 


62.5 


A 


48.9 


133.9 


33.7 


305.0 


8.3 




13.3 




16.6 




60.9 


51.9 


134.3 


60.4 


41.6 


139.7 


38.3 


66.0 


M 


42.4 


157.4 


10.2 


332.7 


5.0 




3.8 




17.7 




56.4 


44.8 


131.1 


52.4 


43.4 


90.5 


45.4 


45.7 


J 


40.0 


138.8 


16.7 


273.1 


5.5 




4.2 




16.8 




64.1 


37.6 


119.2 


41.9 


48.1 


127.4 


43.4 


57.1 


J 


32.0 


165.2 


22.7 


166.1 


0.4 




4.5 




16.8 




61.1 


47.8 


134.0 


50.8 


33.6 


102.2 


28.4 


29.4 


A 


31.7 


153.8 


22.6 


222.2 


11.4 




4.0 




20.9 




62.6 


49.3 


116.8 


43.0 


37.3 


72.6 


46.3 


39.2 


S 


19.9 


205.6 


20.7 


449.4 


3.1 




8.8 




22.1 




66.5 


55.9 


124.3 


44.1 


37.6 


127.9 


55.5 


45.7 





30.0 


149.1 


24.4 


451.8 


15.1 




4.2 




24.5 




78.9 


35.8 


127.6 


46.0 


45.0 


76.4 


58.2 


63.7 


N 


25.5 


172.3 


14.8 


3990 


12.0 




13.2 




16.6 




89.6 


36.5 


138.6 


36.6 


24.7 


83.7 


24.3 


299 


D 


33.2 


158.9 


21.9 


411.9 


1.0 




16.4 




23.2 




99.0 


39.1 


102.1 


23.0 


41 9 


66.7 


41.5 


39.3 


1986 J 


35.9 


177.7 


35.8 


443.7 


7.2 




3.8 




22.4 




83.2 


41.7 


155.7 


36.6 


37.0 


115.1 


61.3 


41.6 


F 


31.3 


187.6 


57.3 


350.6 


04 




4.8 




17.3 




72.8 


42.3 


109.3 


32.4 


50.7 


153.8 


45.1 


22.7 








Crude materials, inedible 


concl. 












Other 
crude 
mate- 
rials 
inedible 




Fabricated materials, inedible 






Ores, concentrates 
& scrap (concl.) 


Crude 
letroleum 


Coal 
and other 

bitu- As- 
Natural minous bestos, 
gas subs. unmfrd 


Other 

crude 

animal 

products 


Other 

crude 

wood 

products 


Other 
crude 
non- 
metallic 
minerals 


Lumber 


Other 
wood 
fabri- 
cated 
mat. 


Wood 
pulp 
and 

similar 
pulp 


News- 
print 
paper 


Other 
paper 
and 
paper- 
board 


Inor- 


Month 


Zinc 


Other f 


ganic 
che- 
micals 


D 


399467 


399468 


399469 


399470 


399471 399472 


399473 


399474 


399475 


399476 


399478 


399479 


399480 


399481 


399482 


399483 


1984 M 


20.0 


58.9 


357.9 


318.1 


144.6 


40.6 




25.8 




27.3 


89.6 


17.1 


365.5 


70.5 


187.7 


339.4 


94.4 


114.2 


A 


7.3 


76.5 


476.0 


334.1 


158 4 


47.2 




28.1 




29.0 


83.2 


15.4 


342.9 


71.2 


291.2 


350.6 


87.5 


110.3 


M 


33.9 


83.3 


499.2 


357.1 


129.1 


41.0 




30.8 




29.4 


77.4 


17.3 


349.4 


68.2 


322.7 


409.0 


114.2 


91.0 


J 


27.4 


71.7 


336.3 


336.5 


137.8 


44.3 




32.4 




31.2 


83.3 


17.2 


3388 


76.7 


334.2 


417.1 


120.8 


110.7 


J 


18.9 


112.7 


341.7 


321.2 


158.7 


47.1 




27.4 




25.1 


105.5 


16.3 


340.9 


78.4 


366.9 


439.3 


113.6 


111.7 


A 


38.1 


82.3 


312.2 


331.6 


173.7 


39.0 




35.9 




33.2 


118.7 


17.1 


364.2 


86.7 


354.4 


425.8 


117.9 


97.7 


S 


20.5 


62.8 


3338 


333.4 


159.0 


34.9 




28.8 




28.1 


85.3 


16.9 


371.1 


83.3 


3826 


437.0 


111.0 


111.2 





21.3 


1366 


403.2 


316.7 


180.2 


39.2 




29.3 




39.5 


112.7 


16.6 


381.2 


85.6 


362.2 


410.4 


111.9 


150.0 


N 


28.1 


145.7 


395.7 


315.1 


150.8 


35.5 




34.8 




29.7 


99.6 


16.3 


367.9 


79.5 


358.4 


412.5 


119.3 


81.2 


D 


27.5 


116.3 


4044 


299.0 


163.3 


32.3 




27.9 




38.3 


96.9 


14.5 


350.8 


77.5 


360.2 


424.7 


93.7 


93.5 


1985 J 


1.5 


119.1 


279.6 


313.2 


145.3 


47.2 




26.1 




31.2 


155.3 


19.5 


334.2 


77.6 


313.8 


434.1 


107.2 


129.9 


F 


9.8 


122.2 


434.9 


346.2 


188.6 


32.4 




25.6 




24.1 


169.6 


18.9 


338.1 


72.9 


305.1 


458.4 


97.9 


101.0 


M 


2.6 


638 


5536 


364.4 


239.5 


29.6 




24.5 




386 


187.6 


197 


378.3 


78.1 


305.6 


480.7 


113.9 


145.8 


A 


266 


64.1 


645.2 


343.4 


116.4 


36.4 




26.4 




12.9 


105.5 


19.0 


367.8 


78.0 


288.5 


460.9 


107.1 


114.4 


M 


23.5 


56.6 


577.5 


370.9 


165.7 


55.1 




253 




21.1 


129.7 


17.8 


423.1 


83.1 


268.8 


416.1 


117.2 


129.5 


J 


14.1 


61.3 


476.9 


358.3 


142.4 


37.7 




27.7 




20.9 


95.0 


15.8 


369.6 


81.0 


269.1 


437.5 


102.7 


133.9 


J 


13.5 


75.5 


416.8 


329.1 


177.4 


37.6 




20.6 




27.4 


156.3 


21.1 


398.2 


79.1 


275.2 


415.8 


96.3 


97.2 


A 


35.1 


64.2 


435.1 


349.4 


163.1 


41.1 




30.6 




19.6 


110.0 


18.4 


395.6 


91.0 


270.3 


464.7 


111.2 


88.6 


S 


40.5 


53.9 


561.3 


322.6 


147.0 


36.1 




31.9 




20.1 


130.9 


18.3 


417.7 


96.0 


268.3 


483.1 


116.9 


123.5 





27.0 


80.5 


561.0 


305.7 


256.8 


39.2 




31.7 




31.2 


105.3 


16.1 


416.4 


86.7 


274.6 


428.3 


122.0 


113.6 


N 


11.6 


66.5 


490.0 


290 2 


82.7 


24.7 




32.0 




20.0 


138.3 


17.3 


399.3 


87.9 


265.4 


487.8 


112.5 


91.4 


D 


22.5 


55.2 


5379 


317.0 


185.4 


29.2 




23.7 




27.0 


95.1 


170 


382.2 


78.4 


284.3 


430.4 


90.7 


80.8 


1986 J 


15.8 


94.7 


424.5 


284.8 


191.7 


39.9 




27.3 




26.1 


124.0 


21.0 


424.0 


94.4 


274.9 


454.6 


115.3 


111.0 


F 


8.1 


54.1 


257.1 


268.0 


115.0 


26.2 




30.3 




28.9 


152.7 


19.1 


405.2 


87.2 


308.4 


471.7 


109.6 


115.3 



110 



Section 1 1 —Table 1 .5/concluded 



April 1986 

1— Merchandise trade on a balance of payments basis 

Table 1.5: Total exports by commodity grouping, seasonally adjusted, balance of payments basis (millions of dollars)/concluded 

















Fabricated materials, inedible 




















Syn- 




Petro- 




Steel 


Other 




Non 


ferrous metals and alloys 




Metal 


























thetic 


Other 


leum 


Primary 


bars, 


iron 














fabri- 






Organic 




rubber 


chem- 


and 


iron 


rods. 


& steel 














cated 






chem- 


Ferti- 


and 


icals 


coal 


and 


plates, 


and 


Alumi- 






Precious 






basic 


Elec- 


Month 


icals 


lizers 


plastics 


products 


products 


steel 


& sheets 


alloys 


nium 


Copper 


Nickel 


metals 


Zinc 


Other 


products 


tricity 


D 


399484 


399485 


399486 


399487 


399488 


399489 


399490 


399491 


39942 


399493 


399494 


399495 


399496 


399497 


399498 


399499 


1984 M 


125.0 


123.2 


71.8 


30.4 


285.8 


14.2 


91.6 


79.1 


165.4 


86.0 


42.5 


117.1 


70.5 


15.1 


69.0 


100.7 


A 


122.4 


123.7 


76.6 


31.8 


291.0 


17.8 


85.3 


80.0 


152.7 


88.9 


48.5 


51.3 


53.0 


16.2 


69.1 


111.3 


M 


116.4 


124.6 


76.0 


28.8 


280.1 


25.7 


90.5 


84.1 


168.8 


65.9 


46.1 


110.6 


67.2 


15.6 


70.0 


130.4 


J 


115.1 


118.4 


80.2 


28.2 


246.1 


10.9 


84.1 


81.5 


171.3 


59.8 


40.2 


82.1 


56.5 


18.7 


677 


139.4 


J 


114.7 


124.9 


75.2 


26.1 


224.2 


17.8 


92.5 


80.0 


149.9 


47.8 


45.2 


126.9 


43.8 


17.5 


70.2 


135.4 


A 


102.3 


150.4 


74.2 


26.3 


244.9 


17.1 


89.8 


81.4 


163.9 


53.3 


45.0 


153.5 


47.8 


17.0 


74.0 


147.4 


S 


110.0 


125.1 


78.7 


30.2 


262.5 


13.2 


77.7 


83.4 


158.8 


86.8 


48.3 


111.6 


50.2 


15.8 


74.6 


109.2 





85.7 


147.9 


94.2 


30.2 


314.6 


13.3 


91.7 


87.9 


132.7 


57.1 


55.4 


64.3 


56.2 


14.3 


72.0 


104.9 


N 


105.0 


124.8 


81.7 


22.8 


263.8 


16.1 


97.4 


88.1 


144.1 


78.2 


56.2 


135.5 


54.1 


17.7 


79.1 


96.4 


D 


115.4 


133.8 


76.6 


20.6 


297.9 


17.4 


106.4 


86.1 


143.6 


61.0 


52.8 


99.2 


65.3 


15.4 


84.7 


93.5 


1985 J 


145.1 


119.0 


102.5 


32.8 


185.2 


14.3 


95.3 


95.2 


197.7 


52.3 


53.2 


119.6 


60.8 


14.9 


79.2 


106.3 


F 


117.3 


105.2 


96.5 


36.2 


232.9 


16.9 


109.6 


79.2 


132.6 


66.7 


55.4 


162.1 


55.0 


13.7 


77.3 


92.5 


M 


136.3 


134.2 


105.9 


28.8 


338.3 


8.9 


111.8 


85.5 


161.2 


42.9 


58.3 


181.9 


76.0 


14.2 


83.2 


140.9 


A 


144.0 


135.0 


93.3 


24.2 


364.5 


19.3 


121.4 


73.9 


172.1 


69.3 


57.4 


141.1 


59.5 


16.8 


75.0 


126.4 


M 


97.0 


118.8 


92.1 


22.2 


321.6 


16.6 


122.1 


71.9 


153.9 


73.4 


47.0 


145.6 


57.0 


16.3 


74.6 


101.8 


J 


128.9 


118.7 


93.5 


24.0 


235.9 


25.9 


103.2 


86.5 


161.3 


56.2 


30.9 


99.7 


50.1 


16.1 


75.9 


142.0 


J 


88.7 


91 7 


80.3 


27.4 


183.1 


15.1 


988 


79.3 


148.7 


40.8 


47.3 


87.5 


48.7 


14.3 


70.3 


146.6 


A 


113.3 


99.4 


95.5 


28.5 


216.5 


12.9 


88.3 


93.7 


144.5 


46.4 


42.1 


151.3 


49.6 


10.9 


76.3 


144.7 


S 


88.4 


104.3 


103.5 


33.0 


238.6 


18.0 


79.3 


84.2 


158.3 


58.7 


41.7 


79.0 


50.3 


16.6 


82.6 


99.4 





120.2 


102.8 


92.9 


26.7 


353.2 


13.8 


89.3 


79.6 


181.2 


56.0 


44.8 


126.8 


44.8 


14.3 


79.4 


114.7 


N 


100.2 


75.8 


91.0 


24.6 


299.7 


17.7 


82.1 


84.6 


117.8 


52.2 


55.7 


90.9 


55.2 


13.4 


77.7 


95.3 


D 


105.8 


84.6 


95.9 


34.7 


337.5 


17.3 


98.9 


80.7 


179.8 


47.0 


61.5 


131.0 


42.9 


16.5 


78.2 


86.9 


1986 J 


149.5 


830 


108.8 


34.2 


277.9 


22.4 


100.1 


77.1 


257.7 


59.4 


55.9 


165.3 


47.7 


16.3 


85.9 


131.7 


F 


101.9 


91.2 


105.3 


29.7 


207.4 


21.3 


99.8 


75.2 


190.3 


65.1 


45.9 


165.7 


43.6 


18.4 


89.5 


119.9 




Fab materials, inedible 


(concl ) 










I 


End products, inedible 


















Non- 




Machinery 


Transportation and communications 


equipment 










Other 






Pas- 


Trucks, 




Tele- 




Other 














Textile 


metallic 






Agri- 


senger 


truck 




vision, 


Aircraft, 


trans- 


Office 


Other 




end 


Special 




fabri- 


mineral 






cultural, 


autos 


tractors 


Motor 


telecom. 


engines. 


port- 


machines 


equip 


Other 


prods 


trans- 




cated 


basic 




Indus- 


incl. 


and 


and 


vehicle 


equip- 


and 


ation 


and 


and 


consumer 


ined- 


actions 


Month 


materials 


products 


Other 


trial 


tractors 


chassis 


chassis 


parts 


ment 


parts 


equip. 


equip. 


tools 


goods 


ible 


trade 


D 


399500 


399501 


399502 


399504 


399505 


399506 


399507 


399508 


399509 


399510 


39951 1 


399512 


399513 


399514 


399515 


399516 


1984 M 


25.1 


58.6 


32.9 


259.1 


61.9 


1 ,087.0 


470.4 


806.0 


220.0 


146.4 


71.6 


137.9 


182.3 


154.5 


183.4 


36.1 


A 


25.6 


49.4 


52.0 


274.7 


56.2 


1,038 4 


460.8 


785.0 


195.6 


139.3 


76.1 


146.2 


179.7 


156.0 


92.7 


28.1 


M 


24.6 


59.7 


45.8 


266.9 


58.1 


1 ,009.7 


485.2 


783.2 


215.1 


160.4 


127.9 


153.3 


182.8 


167.3 


105.3 


55.7 


J 


26.5 


61.9 


42.5 


287.0 


68.1 


1 ,022.8 


489.6 


805.5 


216.3 


170.0 


158.7 


159.9 


175.7 


158.8 


147.2 


32.2 


J 


22.9 


63.1 


45.6 


298.8 


63.5 


1 ,093.6 


491.3 


809.6 


230.2 


234.9 


120.8 


165.5 


187.2 


156.1 


123.2 


29.7 


A 


23.9 


60.5 


42.3 


280.4 


64.8 


1,271.1 


537.1 


9045 


247.8 


157.9 


93.9 


161.6 


190.7 


162.4 


138.2 


39.6 


S 


26.5 


59.3 


54.5 


260.7 


64.5 


1,290.2 


526.8 


841.6 


236.2 


171.2 


79.0 


158.2 


203.2 


159.0 


123.4 


47.3 





27.5 


62.9 


45.6 


316.7 


62.9 


1,329.2 


457.6 


829.7 


243.0 


159.2 


109.0 


161.8 


203.9 


156.7 


151.5 


44.7 


N 


24.8 


57.6 


51.6 


266.9 


66.9 


1,114.4 


491.4 


907.6 


252.4 


167.2 


126.6 


160.1 


206.9 


158.1 


149.9 


33.1 


D 


26.2 


62.3 


48.1 


261.2 


71.1 


1,143.9 


455.7 


1,002.3 


267.2 


186.1 


79.2 


129.2 


209.7 


148.6 


130.6 


26.0 


1985 J 


24.3 


53.1 


36.9 


271.2 


51.3 


1,178.8 


557.0 


1,004.1 


252.0 


159.3 


88.5 


163.4 


208.8 


149.0 


132.3 


32.3 


F 


23.5 


57.6 


55.5 


288.6 


48.4 


1,012.8 


583.3 


947.5 


234.8 


164.2 


73.7 


166.9 


208.1 


155.1 


120.6 


26.5 


M 


27.5 


73.9 


59.9 


312.8 


50.4 


1,156.6 


593.7 


912.3 


245.2 


178.2 


82.1 


177.7 


202.1 


160 


171.0 


45.2 


A 


23.9 


64.4 


60.1 


293.8 


50.7 


1,116.1 


509.9 


923.7 


251.1 


189.1 


95.3 


170.7 


212.3 


166.1 


156.5 


32.0 


U 


24.4 


65.1 


89.5 


300.5 


49.5 


1.143.9 


530.1 


897.1 


252.8 


228.8 


113.8 


160.2 


219.3 


150.5 


135.4 


34.2 


J 


28.3 


64.9 


67.1 


278.8 


57.2 


1 .223.3 


482.3 


820.2 


240.2 


255.8 


120.1 


146.7 


226.0 


157.6 


134.2 


34.3 


J 


25.7 


54.8 


58.8 


252.1 


42.4 


1.172.8 


357.8 


855.9 


229.8 


161.0 


97.0 


133.0 


214.5 


157.6 


130.8 


36.3 


A 


28.8 


55.9 


71.7 


320.3 


53.6 


1,541.9 


577.2 


923.9 


239.1 


202.6 


85.2 


158.5 


209.2 


172.7 


179.6 


29.3 


s 


28.1 


60.8 


71.6 


286.0 


69.6 


1,671.2 


447.5 


995.2 


256.4 


199.2 


103.1 


153.4 


228.6 


185.4 


243.4 


31.9 





25.8 


73.9 


59.7 


323.9 


56.0 


1,633.5 


523.6 


968.9 


243.1 


216.5 


93.1 


159.5 


233.7 


179.2 


249.8 


31.4 


N 


27.1 


57.9 


40.0 


259.0 


49.8 


1 ,420.2 


570.0 


988.3 


226.2 


187.1 


115.0 


138 1 


199.8 


175.6 


218.9 


34.1 


D 


28.5 


63.5 


51.1 


315.3 


47.5 


1,471.9 


505.4 


966.0 


202.0 


243.8 


73.8 


155.0 


264.5 


190.3 


131.0 


27.5 


1986 J 


33.9 


73.6 


75.1 


279.7 


52.3 


1,376.1 


650.2 


1,081.8 


211.2 


211.7 


92.5 


161.4 


237.6 


185.7 


148.1 


22.3 


F 


25.7 


65.5 


45.6 


352.6 


43.9 


1,311.1 


570.6 


996.0 


210.0 


215.1 


108.5 


164.8 


248.1 


178.4 


146.4 


100.5 



Source: Summary of External Trade (65-001), Statistics Canada. 



111 



Section 11— Table 1.6 

1 —Merchandise trade on a balance of payments basis 
Table 1.6: Imports by commodity grouping, seasonally adjusted, 



April 1986 



balance of payments basis (millions of dollars) 

















Food. 


teed, beverages and tobacco 




















Dried 




Other 


Cocoa, 


Dairy 




Other 




Fodder, 










Meat 


Fish 


Fresh 


fruits. 




veg. and 


coffee. 


produce, 




cereals 


Sugar 


feed, 










and 


and 


fruits 


fruits 


Fresh 


vege- 


tea and 


eggs 




and 


and 


excl. 








Live 


meat 


marine 


and 


& fruit 


vege- 


table 


other 


and 


Corn, 


cereal 


sugar 


unmilled 


Beve- 




Month 


animals 


prep 


animals 


berries 


prep. 


tables 


prep. 


prep. 


honey 


shelled 


prep 


prep 


cereal 


rages 


Tobacco 


D 


397991 


397993 


397994 


397995 


397996 


397997 


397998 


397999 


398000 


398001 


398002 


398003 


398004 


398005 


398006 


1984 M 


8.4 


36.1 


36.8 


69.2 


41.5 


47.1 


26.1 


81.1 


11.7 


7.5 


21.9 


28.7 


19.5 


35.9 


3.2 


A 


10.1 


33.8 


41.2 


62.7 


37.4 


41.7 


27.3 


86.0 


11.0 


5.9 


22.0 


32.2 


17.0 


30.4 


1.1 


M 


8.1 


34.2 


41.0 


64.7 


41.0 


41.4 


28.2 


96.7 


11.8 


11.0 


22.5 


37.6 


19.7 


37.2 


4.1 


J 


8.5 


29.0 


39.7 


64.3 


37.3 


40.4 


27.0 


99.4 


11.4 


6.5 


21.8 


34.7 


20.7 


34.3 


3.5 


J 


6.5 


35.3 


40.2 


58.3 


44.0 


47.5 


29.9 


95.4 


10.4 


6.0 


20.2 


40.1 


20.7 


37.1 


4.1 


A 


7.3 


37.7 


44.9 


64.6 


44.2 


57.7 


30.3 


93.7 


12.6 


8.3 


24.3 


34.0 


21.1 


36.3 


4.0 


s 


7.9 


37.2 


43.1 


68.0 


41.7 


45.9 


25.5 


90.9 


11.1 


12.2 


23.8 


34.4 


19.9 


40.2 


2.4 


O 


7.8 


37.0 


42.8 


61.5 


47.1 


43.1 


25.9 


91.3 


13.0 


9.8 


27.7 


44.6 


29.8 


39.2 


3.4 


N 


6.9 


43.9 


40.0 


71.4 


41.0 


45.3 


24.9 


89.2 


10.7 


11.2 


25.6 


33.0 


26.2 


34.6 


5.2 


D 


5.5 


41.5 


40.0 


67.2 


42.9 


41.6 


27.6 


91.4 


10.2 


13.4 


28.1 


33.5 


21.3 


37.1 


3.6 


1985 J 


6.1 


40.4 


41.7 


75.7 


45.2 


44.3 


20.5 


72.2 


10.7 


11.0 


23.1 


35.7 


21.0 


28.3 


2.6 


F 


8.2 


45.7 


41.4 


81.5 


41.9 


45.3 


25.8 


89.4 


11.4 


7.5 


20.1 


37.3 


16.9 


35.7 


1.9 


M 


9.7 


36.6 


44.8 


76.5 


43.0 


44.1 


22.9 


78.6 


12.2 


8.3 


17.5 


40.2 


16.9 


39.8 


4.0 


A 


11.4 


41.7 


53.4 


73.2 


43.9 


48.1 


28.4 


88.7 


11.2 


12.0 


21.4 


32.7 


20.6 


31.6 


3.7 


M 


11.4 


32.0 


39.6 


71.1 


32.7 


42.9 


30.4 


81.3 


12.0 


11.1 


22.4 


44.8 


19.3 


43.0 


2.1 


J 


8.7 


24.3 


40.0 


67.5 


49.9 


45.3 


25.0 


91.4 


9.8 


8.9 


22.5 


30.3 


19.4 


34.5 


3.8 


J 


13.4 


31.3 


37.1 


66.3 


34.3 


38.4 


26.9 


101.8 


11.5 


5.4 


23.2 


26.5 


18.9 


39.7 


2.0 


A 


16.4 


29.6 


43.5 


65.2 


43.7 


46.8 


27.3 


88.1 


13.1 


6.1 


19.6 


36.5 


18.6 


31.5 


3.2 


S 


7.6 


36.7 


38.4 


66.4 


44.2 


47.7 


31.4 


92.3 


10.8 


4.4 


24.4 


30.7 


21.2 


50.0 


2.2 


O 


7.1 


36.3 


35.6 


59.5 


33.9 


38.4 


24.3 


80.3 


10.8 


7.2 


20.1 


51.6 


23.6 


44.4 


2.8 


N 


4.6 


33.6 


38.3 


80.6 


34.4 


50.1 


25.3 


89.3 


11.1 


8.4 


22.6 


36.9 


21.8 


31.7 


2.3 


D 


4.7 


39.2 


39.5 


68.6 


44.5 


57.4 


27.8 


85.2 


10.4 


4.1 


18.8 


29.7 


23.1 


30.4 


1.9 


1986 J 


6.0 


29.6 


38.6 


84.7 


32.2 


59.7 


23.2 


92.3 


10.8 


9.2 


21.6 


42.1 


28.2 


41.8 


1.7 


F 


7.3 


35.7 


45.5 


89.6 


39.6 


46.3 


26.0 


134.8 


14.7 


9.0 


23.7 


28.9 


23.5 


36.0 


3.1 










Crude materials, inedible 










Fabricated materials, inedible 








Metals. 


Coal 












Wool 




Wood 


Textile 






Other 


Petro- 




ores, 


and 






Crude 






and 


Crude 


Fabri- 


fabri- 






chem- 


leum 




concen- 


other 




Crude 


vege- 


Crude 




man- 


non- 


cated 


cated 


Organic 




icals & 


and 




trates 


related 


Crude 


animal 


table 


wood 




made 


metallic 


mater- 


mater- 


chem- 


Plastic 


related 


coal 


Month 


& scrap 


prod. 


petroleum 


prod. 


prod. 


mat. 


Cotton 


fibres 


minerals 


ials 


ials 


icals 


materials 


prod. 


prod 


D 


398008 


398009 


398010 


39801 1 


398012 


398013 


398014 


398015 


398016 


398018 


398019 


398020 


398021 


398022 


398023 


1984 M 


88.6 


76.6 


314.2 


20.7 


47.6 


13.4 


8.8 


15.1 


55.0 


57.8 


141.1 


112.0 


115.7 


186.7 


143.5 


A 


72.1 


110.9 


342.4 


20.4 


34.3 


13.1 


11.8 


13.2 


33.1 


48.0 


129.0 


112.7 


112.8 


174.4 


53.7 


M 


164.5 


105.8 


227.4 


24.9 


44.2 


14.3 


12.3 


14.6 


37.6 


56.6 


146.7 


122.2 


121.1 


193.6 


133.1 


J 


126.5 


114.0 


318.6 


23.5 


40.2 


14.3 


9.6 


11.7 


37.3 


51.7 


151.4 


123.6 


120.4 


188.3 


99.6 


J 


134.6 


110.5 


319.8 


23.4 


42.1 


13.6 


10.8 


15.2 


40.0 


53.0 


151.8 


126.7 


122.7 


197.2 


122.5 


A 


159.6 


148.4 


294.8 


21.2 


43.2 


14.0 


11.0 


14.9 


40.0 


55.8 


153.7 


125 2 


122.6 


203.2 


133.3 


S 


120.3 


87.8 


188.1 


18.8 


45.4 


14.4 


11.8 


14.2 


38.5 


53.4 


148.5 


131.6 


123.1 


194.2 


139.4 


O 


118.3 


72.9 


229.7 


19.8 


41.4 


12.1 


11.0 


15.1 


34.0 


57.1 


142.7 


125.9 


123.1 


198.8 


156.5 


N 


107.5 


52.0 


234.4 


19.4 


40.6 


14.3 


11.5 


13.8 


37.2 


57.6 


143.4 


127.6 


122.9 


201.4 


193.2 


D 


97.7 


53.2 


285.3 


20.4 


36.7 


13.6 


12.5 


15.3 


35.8 


55.5 


146.9 


118.0 


130.9 


217.7 


215.2 


1985 J 


79.9 


43.3 


238.3 


21.7 


35.9 


16.1 


7.7 


13.8 


32.7 


52.9 


138.2 


110.2 


113.1 


178.4 


185.8 


F 


56.2 


70.9 


146.6 


24.2 


42.8 


15.4 


9.1 


11.7 


30.6 


56.2 


136.5 


113.5 


122.4 


204.4 


104.4 


M 


72.1 


81.9 


172.7 


24.4 


35.5 


20.7 


8.1 


11.8 


60.0 


54.0 


142.7 


127.1 


127.5 


190.2 


142.6 


A 


78.1 


56.8 


228.6 


25.3 


36.1 


13.2 


7.1 


15.6 


37.7 


49.7 


145.0 


143.8 


127.1 


188.5 


97.0 


M 


103.5 


90.4 


496.3 


21.8 


26.0 


14.5 


5.7 


14.3 


39.8 


45.7 


144.3 


126.2 


127.3 


197.1 


180.2 


J 


107.8 


103.3 


495.3 


23.6 


34.8 


14.7 


5.3 


13.5 


38.4 


53.3 


157.7 


134.5 


130.7 


210.4 


280.7 


J 


114.2 


60.6 


279.9 


18.2 


33.7 


12.3 


5.5 


12.0 


33.5 


57.1 


168.9 


135.5 


132.0 


209.5 


94.3 


A 


141.5 


96.3 


259.5 


24.9 


47.9 


13.2 


5.4 


14.2 


42.7 


59.0 


171.5 


128.1 


127.2 


200.3 


145.3 


s 


126.7 


67.9 


415.9 


21.9 


38.5 


13.1 


6.2 


13.2 


30.6 


60.3 


160.5 


117.3 


135.5 


198.0 


87.2 





90.0 


42.2 


334.2 


21.4 


51.2 


14.7 


7.8 


14.2 


37.3 


63.7 


175.2 


119.1 


136.8 


207.8 


145.0 


N 


70.1 


83.8 


398.7 


23.4 


30.9 


16.7 


12.4 


13.5 


32.2 


56.9 


176.6 


122.9 


143.8 


195.1 


126.0 





89.8 


91.6 


325.3 


18.6 


38.6 


17.5 


8.2 


15.9 


40.7 


64.7 


168.4 


130.4 


133.8 


199.3 


116.1 


1986 J 


99.4 


63.8 


376.9 


20.5 


42.9 


16.3 


4.8 


14 9 


37.9 


60.4 


180.5 


130.4 


143.7 


211.4 


202.6 


F 


100.7 


73.9 


270.6 


16.8 


38.1 


16.2 


13.3 


17.0 


41.1 


72.0 


190.8 


147.6 


158.6 


200.4 


166.7 



112 



April 1986 

1— Merchandise trade on a balance of payments basis 

Table 1.6: Imports by commodity grouping, seasonally adjusted, balance of payments basis (millions of dollars)/concluded 



Section 1 1 —Table 1 .6/concluded 









Fabricated materials, inedible (concl.) 










End products, inedible 








Steel 


Other 




Other 


Metal 




Oils. 












Machinery 




















Pas- 




bars. 


iron 


Precious 


non- 


fabri- 


Rubber 


fats. 


Non- 


Other 


Engines, 












senger 




rods, 


and 


metals 


ferrous 


cated 


fabri- 


animal 


metallic 


fabri- 


turbines 








Other 




autos 




plates, 


steel 


and 


metals 


basic 


cated 


& veget- 


mineral 


cated 


and 


Drilling. 


Exca- 


Metal- 


indus- 


Agri- 


and 


Month 


sheets 


prod 


alloys 


& alloys 


prod 


materials 


able 


prod 


materials 


motors 


mining 


vating 


working 


trial 


cultural 


chassis 


D 


398024 


398025 


398026 


398027 


398028 


398029 


398030 


398031 


398032 


398034 


398035 


398036 


398037 


398038 


398039 


398040 


1984 M 


82.7 


57.1 


32.8 


87.5 


110.4 


18.5 


17.4 


69.2 


100.4 


56.5 


44.5 


70.0 


63.3 


282.8 


149.6 


680.8 


A 


67.6 


55.9 


69.5 


87.1 


110.0 


18.3 


16.2 


70.9 


100.2 


54.7 


49.0 


47.1 


71.4 


287.8 


144.6 


579.3 


M 


70.1 


64.2 


63.8 


89.7 


150.5 


18.9 


25.6 


73.2 


109.0 


61.4 


48.6 


56.5 


70.7 


312.0 


163.1 


586.3 


J 


81.5 


60.4 


102.5 


92.1 


113.6 


19.8 


22.9 


73.2 


108.4 


59.1 


50.9 


39.5 


68.1 


3133 


154.5 


640.4 


J 


85.1 


66.6 


26.9 


96.4 


110.6 


19.0 


14.5 


74.2 


110.8 


61.3 


53.4 


52.9 


69.7 


324.8 


152.0 


621.7 


A 


91.2 


71.0 


219.8 


103 4 


122.9 


19.5 


25.7 


72.8 


111.6 


52.5 


52.2 


60.5 


73.1 


369 1 


156.7 


7098 


S 


71.2 


67.7 


17.3 


108.0 


126.7 


18.6 


25.1 


76.7 


109.3 


50.6 


50.6 


58.8 


69.3 


3370 


136.9 


6609 





72.3 


66.8 


69.3 


95.4 


119.4 


19.2 


23.2 


73.2 


104.4 


45.3 


55.5 


64.4 


67.8 


347.3 


135.6 


657.4 


N 


68.9 


62.1 


19.8 


98.1 


123.6 


19.9 


22.3 


76.0 


108.6 


54.5 


50.2 


58.7 


64.1 


3457 


136.6 


688.5 


D 


69.9 


67.2 


609 


85.7 


128.7 


21.1 


27.4 


80.3 


106.0 


76.9 


56.6 


59.2 


72.0 


343.1 


149.4 


752.4 


1985 J 


74.6 


70.6 


172.4 


96.0 


121.3 


19.4 


18.1 


77.2 


107.7 


65.7 


56.8 


46.8 


70.2 


3353 


134.3 


9962 


F 


80.5 


66.2 


65.7 


97.6 


123.4 


20.3 


18.8 


75.8 


106.4 


93.4 


55.1 


61.0 


74.9 


3355 


1363 


851 3 


M 


96.2 


64.4 


1831 


86.7 


130.6 


20.9 


20.5 


85.4 


102.4 


67.2 


64.2 


59.5 


81.4 


3529 


125.1 


9224 


A 


92.0 


69.6 


155.4 


87.8 


125.1 


177 


18.9 


81.3 


111.2 


73 1 


67.4 


70.1 


92.0 


344.4 


143.8 


798.7 


M 


106.4 


70.4 


116.6 


94.0 


116.9 


19.3 


25.7 


87.4 


120.7 


82.3 


66.0 


76.0 


83.4 


3553 


144.2 


801.0 


J 


104.3 


59.6 


108.2 


89.6 


134.9 


19.9 


15.5 


85.3 


112.7 


63.9 


72.4 


54.6 


80.2 


372.7 


136.4 


9222 


J 


109 4 


65.1 


174.4 


96.2 


125.1 


20.6 


16.4 


86.5 


113.2 


53.9 


76.0 


757 


96.0 


357.5 


148.1 


951.5 


A 


898 


77.7 


133.7 


91.5 


144.0 


19.0 


21.2 


859 


116.1 


56.1 


69.3 


88.4 


77.8 


379.6 


154.0 


995.1 


S 


109.5 


75.9 


197.2 


101.7 


144.0 


18.7 


22.2 


91.3 


117.0 


51.2 


63.8 


81.4 


87.2 


382.9 


153.1 


976.0 


O 


75.1 


93.3 


149.3 


94.3 


129.2 


17.4 


15.4 


93.5 


114.8 


83.7 


62.8 


92.3 


97.8 


4065 


159.8 


980.2 


N 


89.4 


80.7 


161.8 


114.6 


149.6 


19.9 


18.5 


99.1 


117.3 


57.9 


69.0 


75.2 


100.7 


419.4 


151.9 


1,187.9 


D 


99.3 


89.0 


141.0 


86.8 


147.0 


20.1 


18.6 


86.3 


111.9 


61.4 


68.3 


82.3 


90.0 


4099 


151.6 


912.8 


1986 J 


92.3 


70.9 


319.2 


96.6 


143.6 


19.0 


18.0 


96.2 


126.8 


83.5 


65.1 


74.3 


101.9 


4209 


1648 


1,285.1 


F 


100.3 


84.3 


126.3 


98.3 


149.0 


23.2 


20.1 


101.8 


126.4 


92.2 


64.8 


84.6 


105.1 


452.5 


178.1 


1,157.4 
















End products, inedible (concl.) 






















Tele- 


Other 








Other 


Apparel 






Watches, 












Trucks 




vision. 


commun 


Office 


Other 


Aircraft, 


trans- 


and 






sporting 


House 






Special 




and 


Motor 


telecom 


and 


machines 


equip. 


engines. 


port- 


apparel 






goods 


fur- 


Photo- 


Misc. 


trans- 




other 


vehicle 


equip- 


related 


and 


and 


and 


ation 


acces- 




Printed 


and 


nish- 


graphics 


end 


actions 


Month 


vehicles 


parts 


ment 


equip. 


equip. 


tools 


parts 


equip 


sories 


Footwear 


matter 


toys 


ings 


goods 


prod 


trade 


D 


398041 


398042 


398043 


398044 


398045 


398046 


398047 


398048 


398049 


398050 


398051 


398052 


398053 


398054 


398055 


398056 


1984 M 


198.9 


1.325.7 


72.7 


301.5 


340.4 


489.6 


212.6 


100.5 


159.8 


42.4 


108.7 


71.5 


86.3 


92.4 


216.1 


129 5 


A 


198.3 


1,240.9 


72.6 


307.1 


344.3 


493.2 


211.3 


123.4 


149.2 


41.3 


104.4 


67.0 


88.2 


84.2 


210.2 


131.1 


M 


217.9 


1,201.3 


75.3 


330.5 


428.9 


514.7 


224.9 


129.8 


146.6 


43.7 


116.5 


77.3 


93.3 


104.9 


243.9 


136.3 


J 


2036 


1,185.9 


74.2 


322.2 


361.8 


503.2 


152.8 


100.7 


147.3 


40.0 


119.3 


81.4 


93.5 


92.0 


2274 


123.3 


J 


235.7 


1 ,274.4 


65.5 


326.0 


365.2 


518.2 


207.2 


124.4 


146.8 


39.5 


117.0 


78.6 


92.3 


101.8 


228.1 


126.7 


A 


241.6 


1,421.7 


71.0 


348.1 


392.9 


544.8 


206.5 


121.0 


159.6 


42.9 


116.3 


80.6 


95.6 


101.7 


232.4 


135.9 


S 


251.0 


1,359.7 


64.2 


352.7 


3870 


5209 


151.6 


109.4 


153.6 


39.4 


115.1 


77.0 


95.3 


91.0 


225.3 


124.0 





239.2 


1,226.1 


64.1 


348.2 


362.2 


517.7 


161.9 


118.2 


155.1 


37.6 


122.1 


75.7 


93.0 


100.6 


219.9 


139.5 


N 


241.0 


1,253.9 


70.8 


319.9 


385.3 


516.3 


200.2 


111.2 


148.4 


34.7 


120.8 


76.4 


88.8 


98.5 


218.7 


120.2 


D 


252.7 


1,287.7 


72.1 


315.8 


392.5 


525.1 


179.3 


105.4 


141.3 


42.0 


117.8 


77.8 


885 


93.7 


2250 


122.0 


1985 J 


224.4 


1,447.9 


59.7 


304.6 


351.7 


522.0 


221.7 


107.3 


129.3 


45.1 


107.7 


77.0 


83.3 


79.5 


210.7 


125.2 


F 


214.6 


1 ,405.8 


71.6 


317.6 


352.4 


525.6 


219.8 


122.6 


149.9 


37.8 


110.8 


747 


83.2 


75.6 


218.6 


132.6 


M 


219.9 


1,257.4 


59.9 


335.1 


378.5 


528.7 


157.6 


97.2 


159.2 


38.9 


119.4 


86.5 


880 


88.9 


217.6 


125.2 


A 


224.1 


1.313.8 


70.1 


303.7 


324.0 


536.6 


246.6 


110.5 


142.8 


35.3 


111.5 


73.4 


95.4 


74.6 


222.5 


136.5 


M 


2594 


1.244.9 


63.1 


318.5 


387.3 


530.2 


212.9 


120.3 


124.8 


38.0 


113.5 


90.2 


91.4 


80.6 


243.5 


125.3 


J 


275.3 


1 .366.9 


70.8 


306.0 


333.3 


557.2 


201.7 


100.9 


141.0 


43.2 


108.4 


77.8 


92.9 


92.2 


231.7 


164.5 


J 


256.7 


1,447.5 


67.1 


321.9 


350.1 


562.4 


211.7 


110.0 


169.6 


47.2 


110.1 


91.3 


960 


82.8 


240.0 


132.7 


A 


2400 


1,659.5 


66.0 


310.1 


348.3 


594.8 


178.0 


100.9 


153.9 


43.6 


120.6 


71.8 


999 


86.6 


253.6 


141.5 


S 


330.3 


1.419.9 


66.2 


308.3 


333.8 


576.6 


296.0 


76.6 


144.3 


44.4 


123.9 


82.5 


104.8 


93.5 


248.7 


136.8 





295.1 


1.387.7 


73.1 


296.2 


339.3 


557.9 


173.6 


123.6 


158.2 


46.6 


114.9 


76.5 


99.7 


87.2 


214.3 


125.2 


N 


317.9 


1.650.5 


79.0 


295.7 


328.4 


612.0 


220.4 


90.5 


168.3 


35.9 


126.5 


79.3 


104.1 


92.1 


236.1 


137.9 


D 


318.5 


1.541.3 


83.5 


310.2 


367.7 


572.5 


198.7 


108.1 


163.1 


43.0 


119.0 


74.7 


107.4 


83.2 


235.1 


163.6 


1986 J 


270.5 


1.428.6 


64.6 


338.7 


370.9 


5900 


299.7 


130.6 


169.8 


50.2 


134.4 


82.5 


99.5 


88.6 


270.9 


140.5 


F 


293.4 


1.673.7 


74.4 


313.0 


386.8 


634.5 


243.9 


150.9 


193.9 


56.3 


127.8 


82.5 


118.7 


101.0 


2582 


172.6 



Source. Summary of External Trade (65-001), Statistics Canada. 



113 



Section 11— Table 2.1 

2— Merchandise trade on a customs basis 

Table 2.1: Total exports by country, not seasonally adjusted, customs basis (millions ot dollars) 



April 1986 











Belgium 


























Year 








and 


























and 


All 


Western 


EEC. 


Luxem- 




West 




Nether- 


United 


Ire- 


Den- 


Eastern 




Middle 


Saudi 


Other 


month 


countries 


Europe 


(9)' 


bourg 


France 


Germany 


Italy 


lands 


Kingdom 


land 


mark 


Europe 


USSR. 


East 


Arabia 


Africa 


D 


400466 


400465 


400462 


400456 


400453 


400450 


400447 


400444 


400438 


400435 


400432 


400393 


400369 


400363 


400324 


400303 


1984 


112,383.6 


8,235.6 


7.086.3 


702.2 


736.1 


1,225.3 


6007 


1 ,088.8 


2,535.2 


99.3 


98.7 


2,519.6 


2,122.6 


1 ,694.4 


3579 


1,136.9 


1985 


119.241 3 


8,0597 


6.744.3 


722.5 


745.1 


1,227.0 


538.7 


955.2 


2,386.5 


84.6 


84.7 


1.904.2 


1,611.7 


1,258 


235 1 


1,075.8 


1984 M 


9,270.2 


651.8 


553.3 


42.8 


50.7 


83.2 


43.8 


95.9 


218.8 


9.2 


89 


45.7 


105 


151.0 


31.9 


80.6 


A 


9.088.4 


6490 


545.9 


36.6 


60.1 


85.9 


44.0 


98.9 


202.7 


11.3 


6.4 


123.7 


101.8 


109.6 


24.0 


860 


M 


10,281.6 


779.0 


679.3 


54.2 


60.8 


121.5 


88.9 


95.2 


244.9 


10.5 


3.3 


307.9 


229.0 


172.6 


29.6 


83.4 


J 


9,950.8 


699.0 


585.4 


61.3 


64.7 


118.0 


47.5 


78.6 


198.6 


6.9 


10.0 


343.9 


316.3 


230.3 


288 


122.6 


J 


9,222.6 


649.4 


546.6 


50.8 


59.8 


113.6 


49.1 


84.8 


174.0 


79 


6.6 


406.8 


372.1 


124.9 


22.0 


108.6 


A 


8,9275 


620.3 


564.9 


86.8 


44.8 


107.0 


42.3 


68.0 


203.9 


4.4 


7.7 


367.4 


3224 


113.6 


15.3 


82.5 


S 


9,519.7 


735.3 


607.5 


83.5 


72.7 


80.1 


53.7 


91.8 


207.8 


9.8 


8.1 


329.5 


315.7 


128.9 


31.1 


97.5 


O 


10.237.0 


8095 


712.2 


69.4 


97.0 


122.0 


53.1 


115.9 


238.1 


6.2 


10.4 


207.5 


177.0 


170.2 


48.1 


96.5 


N 


10,176.9 


715.8 


6309 


67.4 


59.9 


121.6 


46.6 


78.7 


235.0 


12.4 


9.3 


227.3 


201.6 


142.0 


49.8 


92.1 


D 


9,036.7 


642.4 


543.6 


56.0 


67.8 


89.4 


43.5 


83.0 


184.6 


8.6 


10.6 


56.6 


29.5 


116.8 


17.4 


92.8 


1985 J 


9,151.3 


725.2 


625.4 


64.6 


79.8 


104.5 


57.0 


93.5 


214.7 


6.0 


5.4 


587 


25.2 


112.1 


17.1 


101.3 


F 


9,079.5 


6027 


496.4 


60.2 


61.4 


81.6 


35.7 


81.6 


162 4 


5.3 


8.1 


32.2 


4.9 


83.9 


27.7 


82.1 


M 


10.546.9 


7262 


592.5 


58.3 


45.2 


106.8 


52.4 


91.8 


218.1 


9.5 


10.4 


67.8 


37.7 


126.9 


15.6 


95.3 


A 


10.311 2 


669.6 


545.4 


67.5 


59.9 


93.6 


37.1 


81 7 


192.1 


7.0 


6.4 


98.5 


806 


125.6 


23.5 


93.0 


M 


10.772 1 


671.7 


579.5 


48.3 


59.0 


126.4 


40.3 


73.3 


219.1 


8.1 


5.0 


335.0 


302.2 


112.7 


14.7 


107.8 


J 


10.275.6 


677.1 


568.4 


36.2 


55.4 


95.0 


45.2 


92.7 


232.3 


7.5 


4.1 


164.5 


128.4 


83.0 


9.7 


69.8 


J 


8,414.7 


564.5 


472.9 


51.3 


71.2 


95.5 


32.1 


73.1 


133.1 


8.7 


7.9 


34.4 


17.6 


85.9 


7.2 


103.5 


A 


8,947.7 


6284 


529.6 


66.1 


40.5 


118.6 


44.3 


65.0 


180 4 


66 


8.1 


17.8 


7.7 


99.5 


10.0 


84.1 


S 


10.483.2 


7052 


595.8 


78.7 


74.7 


84.3 


540 


85.5 


2050 


5.5 


8.0 


340.0 


320.6 


103.9 


21.4 


90.4 


O 


11,201.9 


757.9 


634.2 


71 3 


83.4 


114.0 


45.8 


79.1 


227.1 


7.1 


6.4 


309.3 


282.3 


100 8 


18.5 


98.4 


N 


10,389.3 


701.2 


575.9 


55.4 


54.6 


105.5 


54.3 


61.8 


228.5 


7.7 


8.1 


252.6 


228.8 


100.7 


29.5 


90.6 


D 


9.6678 


6299 


528.3 


64.7 


59.9 


101.1 


40.4 


76.0 


173.8 


5.8 


6.7 


193 4 


175.6 


123.0 


40.1 


59.6 


1986 J 


10,102.9 


707.0 


597.2 


627 


75.5 


89.5 


53.5 


68.5 


209.1 


78 


8.0 


114.2 


58.7 


129.7 


182 


96.6 


F 


9.584.8 


616.1 


563.4 


69.2 


59.8 


97.0 


468 


71.9 


185.7 


6.1 


5.7 


44.2 


31.3 


87.9 


18.8 


80.1 




























Central 








Year 








People's 


















America 








and 




Other 


Hong 


Republic 




South 








South 




Vene- 


and 




North 


United 


month 


Algeria 


Asia 


Kong 


ot China 


Japan 


Korea 


Taiwan 


Oceania 


Australia 


America 


Brazil 


zuela 


Antilles 


Mexico 


America 


States 


D 


400261 


400204 


400195 


400171 


400165 


400159 


400150 


400141 


400138 


400120 


400105 


400078 


400075 


400027 


400009 


400000 


1984 


453.1 


9,835.3 


232.3 


1 ,242.9 


5,666.5 


725.8 


4295 


860.2 


656.6 


1.670.1 


798.6 


291.6 


1,471.6 


357.0 


84,959.8 


84,928.3 


1985 


332.3 


10.136.1 


334.3 


1 ,277.8 


5,775.3 


781.9 


433.3 


873.8 


673.8 


1,442.5 


683.3 


332.7 


1.470.5 


398.7 


93,020.8 


92.986.7 


1984 M 


34.0 


734.7 


17.1 


79.5 


403.2 


46.7 


35.0 


73.7 


51.4 


79.7 


23.7 


21.7 


127.8 


33.6 


7,325.1 


7.322.8 


A 


42.2 


748.8 


12.3 


74.7 


455.2 


43.2 


25.1 


58.2 


47.1 


130.8 


57.6 


19.5 


128.3 


38.5 


7.054.0 


7.051.3 


M 


24.0 


935.2 


23.8 


122.9 


502.1 


86.3 


36.1 


68.3 


48.7 


128.6 


60.8 


20.6 


135 6 


22.9 


7,670.9 


7,667.8 


J 


52.8 


879 1 


19.4 


96.3 


541 2 


52.8 


36.6 


63.9 


52.6 


181.4 


104.3 


22.4 


131.9 


27.2 


7,298.7 


7,295.9 


J 


33.8 


1,016.8 


23.6 


73.6 


641.1 


668 


43.6 


72.6 


53.3 


173.3 


85.3 


27.9 


111.2 


27.0 


6.558.9 


6,556.0 


A 


35.5 


7889 


25.5 


99.5 


465.5 


57.3 


31.5 


75.4 


61.0 


153.6 


68.4 


32.8 


97.4 


28.7 


6.628.5 


6,626.4 


S 


46.9 


729.2 


18.5 


113.5 


413.5 


49.0 


33.3 


76.6 


64.0 


160.3 


856 


32.0 


119.9 


19.5 


7.142.4 


7.139.6 





24.8 


901.0 


14.9 


113.0 


531.5 


65.9 


38.5 


75.2 


55.5 


188 7 


97.1 


32.3 


137.5 


41.7 


7,650.9 


7,647.7 


N 


33.4 


8564 


14.2 


138.7 


461.7 


73.1 


37.2 


65.6 


54.7 


101.0 


35.9 


17.0 


164.8 


36.1 


7.811.9 


7,809.4 


D 


36.2 


805.2 


25.4 


171.7 


424.7 


49.2 


38.7 


95.4 


59.5 


208.1 


131.5 


19.6 


115.9 


35.0 


6.903.4 


6.901.5 


1985 J 


25.2 


8878 


20.9 


109.0 


499.3 


65.1 


40.4 


75.2 


46.9 


67.7 


22.6 


16.6 


116.6 


37.0 


7,006.9 


7.002.9 


F 


16.4 


8933 


28.6 


128.1 


516.9 


52.2 


42.7 


75.6 


58.0 


61.3 


21.9 


17.9 


1007 


21.8 


7,147.5 


7.145.1 


M 


37.0 


864.1 


28.3 


117.5 


481.2 


85.3 


38.1 


71.6 


52.1 


86.8 


30.5 


22.0 


167.6 


52.6 


8,340.6 


8.339.1 


A 


35.5 


7508 


26.8 


107.3 


399.2 


52.9 


48.3 


77.3 


60.4 


83.0 


33.4 


22.7 


136.0 


28.3 


8,277.4 


8.274.2 


M 


28.3 


880.3 


18.4 


123.0 


4478 


94.5 


35.0 


70.1 


55.8 


142.0 


55.6 


37.7 


125.3 


40.9 


8,327.1 


8.324.6 


J 


28.4 


901.5 


25.5 


92.6 


545.3 


63.5 


40.4 


69.6 


57.0 


119.9 


54.6 


35.9 


124.1 


34.1 


8.0660 


8.061.4 


J 


34.3 


761.8 


16.3 


93.0 


470.2 


49.7 


26.5 


66.5 


52.6 


111.3 


569 


29.0 


110.3 


33.5 


6,576.5 


6.573.6 


A 


35.4 


818.3 


20.2 


127.8 


414.8 


55.4 


32.2 


69.9 


54.1 


113.0 


31.0 


33.2 


106.8 


35.7 


7,009.9 


7.005.7 


s 


22.3 


821.8 


36.0 


76.2 


564.4 


46.0 


22.5 


73.5 


54.2 


116.9 


53.4 


34.0 


99.4 


30.9 


8,132.0 


8,130.4 


o 


23.7 


994.4 


42.4 


87.2 


590.1 


101.6 


28.3 


84.6 


72.7 


226.3 


155.1 


27.3 


113.9 


20.6 


8,516.2 


8,513.8 


N 


22.6 


696.0 


34.3 


109.2 


379.2 


57.6 


44.8 


91.3 


69.8 


201.2 


125.2 


35.7 


121.1 


26.3 


8,134.7 


8,132.3 


D 


23.0 


865.9 


36.5 


106.9 


4667 


58.0 


34.0 


48.5 


40.0 


113.0 


43.0 


20.7 


148.7 


37.1 


7,486.0 


7,483.6 


1986 J 


30.0 


862.9 


34.2 


106.0 


478.0 


106 


431 


69.6 


59.0 


95.7 


39.6 


21.1 


121.9 


40.8 


7.905.3 


7,902.0 


F 


22.4 


6369 


16.7 


56.7 


400.7 


63.4 


35.7 


74.3 


64.6 


94.4 


36.4 


31.5 


142.2 


36.4 


7,808.8 


7,805.7 



'Includes Belgium, Luxembourg. France. Germany. Italy. Netherlands, Denmark, Ireland and United Kingdom. 
Sources: Exports by Commodities (65-004), Summary of External Trade (65-001), Statistics Canada. 



114 



April 1986 

2— Merchandise trade on a customs basis 

Table 2.2: Imports by country, not seasonally adjusted, customs basis (millions of dollars) 



Section 11— Table 2.2 











Belgium 


























Year 








and 


























and 


All 


Western 


EEC. 


Luxem- 




West 




Nether- 


United 


Ire- 


Den- 


Eastern 




Middle 


Saudi 


Other 


month 


countries 


Europe 


(9)' 


bourg 


France 


Germany 


Italy 


lands 


Kingdom 


land 


mark 


Europe 


USSR. 


East 


Arabia 


Africa 


D 


421476 


421475 


421472 


421466 


421463 


421460 


421457 


421454 


421448 


421445 


421442 


421403 


421379 


421373 


421334 


421313 


1984 


95,4600 


10,017.7 


8,196.2 


446.7 


1 ,220.3 


2,174.8 


1.116.2 


545.3 


2.305.1 


186.9 


200.8 


305.9 


28.7 


451.5 


1.4 


951.6 


1985 


104.914.2 


12.554.4 


10,3022 


530.1 


1 ,373.2 


2,716.3 


1.331.0 


622.6 


3,281.7 


217.6 


229.7 


295.7 


27.7 


371.3 


23.8 


1 .035.0 


1984 M 


8,415.6 


862.2 


723.3 


40.1 


93.6 


195.7 


94.3 


44.7 


228.0 


12.3 


14.8 


21.6 


1.3 


68.0 


0.3 


96.7 


A 


7,993.4 


807.8 


675.8 


36.9 


101.7 


192.5 


91.0 


53.0 


168.8 


17.5 


14.2 


19.3 


0.4 


65.6 


- 


128.4 


M 


8,910.1 


948.0 


759.7 


37.0 


125.3 


207.7 


128.2 


47.8 


177.9 


18.3 


17.6 


26.1 


0.8 


32.3 


- 


61.0 


J 


8.233.6 


766.4 


632.2 


37.4 


92.1 


165.6 


84.3 


34.4 


184.3 


17.5 


16.7 


28.2 


2.4 


6.3 


0.6 


68.4 


J 


7.828.8 


837.2 


676.3 


35.7 


112.9 


155.0 


95.2 


43.7 


199.3 


16.9 


17.6 


27.8 


2.7 


63.7 


0.2 


91.0 


A 


8.208.0 


917.4 


758.6 


41.3 


120.5 


186.2 


129.4 


40.5 


209.3 


15.5 


16.0 


41.3 


6.5 


7.9 


0.1 


99.3 


S 


7,805.5 


694.7 


571.2 


27.1 


83.1 


160.7 


70.5 


50.4 


151.0 


12.1 


16.2 


21.1 


4.0 


26.9 




40.8 





8,527.2 


900.5 


708.9 


34.3 


107.6 


193.5 


92.4 


66.5 


170.3 


22.4 


22.0 


21.9 


2.6 


9.9 


0.1 


26.2 


N 


8,106.6 


947.9 


763.2 


54.8 


109.3 


188.6 


109.5 


44.9 


219.7 


18.5 


17.9 


31.4 


1.4 


31.9 


- 


88.4 


D 


7,112.6 


816.5 


672.6 


45.5 


83.8 


174.8 


72.4 


57.4 


209.7 


12.0 


17.0 


19.2 


2.1 


19.6 


-- 


87.8 


1985 J 


7.892.4 


810.3 


662.5 


36.4 


98.4 


188.6 


85.1 


54.2 


154.5 


25.8 


19.4 


33.4 


1.3 


10.8 


0.1 


93.2 


F 


7,771.5 


718.7 


589.3 


36.5 


76.5 


170.2 


81.4 


53.9 


137.7 


15.4 


17.7 


18.6 


1.9 


40.8 


2.0 


73.6 


M 


8,659.2 


862.4 


699.7 


42.4 


106.3 


202.4 


103.6 


41.0 


161.7 


18.8 


23.5 


21.7 


3.7 


13.6 


0.1 


141.2 


A 


9,199.3 


1,010.2 


819.8 


37.8 


125.7 


230.0 


123.1 


53.8 


214.8 


14.2 


20.3 


20.8 


0.7 


13.3 


0.2 


76.5 


M 


9,347.9 


1,081.2 


879.2 


56.0 


115.7 


233.2 


114.2 


67.2 


257.8 


18.2 


16.9 


34.2 


2.4 


8.0 


0.2 


90.1 


J 


8,900.2 


987.6 


819.8 


37.2 


104.6 


226.9 


121.5 


49.8 


247.6 


14.3 


18.0 


21.5 


2.7 


19.0 


10.0 


65.3 


J 


8.914.9 


1 ,297.4 


1 ,085.4 


52.2 


132.6 


247.6 


131.2 


47.8 


430.8 


23.3 


19.9 


28.6 


1.4 


11.7 


0.1 


34.9 


A 


8,447.1 


1,158.4 


945.5 


36.5 


138.0 


229.5 


153.3 


53.4 


299.1 


18.7 


17.1 


29.0 


4.2 


18.3 


0.1 


38.0 


s 


8,745.0 


1,042.1 


881.1 


43.6 


113.1 


235.5 


81.3 


41.8 


333.5 


12.9 


19.3 


22.1 


1.5 


72.3 


0.4 


66.4 





9,485.5 


1 ,242.9 


1.017.5 


60.0 


132.4 


257.9 


120.7 


55.6 


347.1 


23.3 


20.4 


22.1 


2.3 


95.9 


10.4 


158.4 


N 


9,419.4 


1.199.2 


989.3 


52.7 


124.0 


264.0 


115.0 


51.4 


345.8 


15.0 


21.4 


18.2 


0.6 


13.0 


0.1 


111.6 


D 


8,131.9 


1,144.0 


913.1 


38.7 


105.9 


230.5 


100.7 


52.7 


351.1 


17.7 


15.6 


25.4 


5.0 


54.5 


0.2 


85.7 


1986 J 


9,296.0 


1.342.7 


1.197.7 


48.7 


133.0 


264.0 


141.2 


51.4 


443.3 


14.3 


17.5 


25.3 


1.6 


73.3 


47.2 


97.8 


F 


9,713.2 


1 ,249.6 


1.086.1 


59.1 


118.6 


278.5 


138.5 


64.3 


361.8 


12.3 


14.4 


25.2 


1.1 


112.9 


74.4 


65.6 




























Central 








Year 








People's 


















America 








and 




Other 


Hong 


Republic 




South 








South 




Vene- 


and 




North 


United 


month 


Algeria 


Asia 


Kong 


of China 


Japan 


Korea 


Taiwan 


Oceania 


Australia 


America 


Brazil 


zuela 


Antilles 


Mexico 


America 


States 


D 


421271 


421214 


421205 


421181 


421175 


421169 


421160 


421151 


421148 


421130 


421115 


421088 


421085 


421037 


421019 


421010 


1984 


307.0 


10,331.7 


966.2 


333.5 


5.711.5 


1.152.3 


1 ,223.8 


514.3 


382.1 


2,439.5 


668.7 


1.207.2 


2.279.5 


1,437.8 


68,168.2 


68,165.8 


1985 


321.9 


11,217.5 


886.8 


403.5 


6,113.4 


1.607.0 


1,286.1 


603.8 


385.6 


2,394.3 


808.2 


1.092.1 


2.061.6 


1,330.7 


74,380.5 


74,377.0 


1984 M 


41.7 


848.6 


66.5 


32.8 


481.2 


89.5 


93.6 


29.4 


18.1 


238.0 


40.6 


139.9 


226.4 


165.5 


6,024.7 


6,024.6 


A 


26.2 


708.2 


57.8 


24.4 


397.0 


77.3 


85.5 


22.5 


14.9 


159.1 


48.5 


44.6 


145.3 


100.8 


5.937.1 


5,936.7 


M 


24.6 


856.6 


68.8 


24.2 


481.1 


96.2 


101.9 


38.6 


25.7 


214.6 


69.5 


78.6 


191.0 


115.8 


6.541.9 


6,541.8 


J 


44.8 


859.2 


79.4 


29.4 


475.2 


98.1 


110.1 


56.6 


43.2 


218.8 


67.0 


102.7 


212.4 


148.0 


6.017.2 


6,017.0 


J 


49.1 


871.0 


93.0 


26.3 


454.7 


109.4 


115.9 


39.1 


22.9 


246.9 


62.2 


153.7 


216.1 


145.2 


5.436.0 


5.435.7 


A 




1,009.3 


116.1 


40.8 


503.2 


122.0 


132.1 


44.2 


31.8 


239.0 


64.5 


125.5 


197.4 


124.4 


5,652.2 


5.652.0 


s 


2.0 


1,162.8 


95.7 


35.4 


739.5 


118.1 


105.3 


42.4 


30.6 


160.6 


56.4 


67.6 


161.9 


103.8 


5,494.3 


5,494.2 







987.6 


100.1 


27.4 


538.0 


101.1 


103.4 


53.4 


39.5 


199.1 


63.6 


91.5 


230.3 


154.4 


6,098.3 


6,098.1 


N 


56.9 


877.3 


84.6 


23.1 


496.6 


85.7 


104.3 


73.3 


66.1 


212.1 


61.0 


109.1 


196.1 


109.3 


5,648.1 


5.647.6 


D 


61.6 


671.9 


58.7 


18.5 


372.7 


77.0 


74.5 


31.3 


21.7 


199.9 


47.1 


117.0 


146.8 


65.9 


5,119.6 


5,119.5 


1985 J 


4.1 


920.3 


88.7 


26.1 


503.7 


112.4 


115.8 


27.7 


17.4 


245.5 


53.0 


159.0 


181.7 


108.7 


5,569.5 


5,569.3 


F 


0.1 


794.7 


75.8 


28.6 


395.9 


108.0 


107.0 


44.5 


25.3 


217.8 


64.1 


110.7 


137.1 


92.8 


5.725.6 


5,725.5 


M 


116.1 


881.0 


61.3 


39.6 


471.4 


112.9 


108.6 


37.1 


20.8 


204.9 


59.5 


97.0 


209.8 


138.3 


6.287.5 


6,287.2 


A 


34.8 


855.4 


44.8 


31.7 


504.0 


111.0 


86.6 


51.0 


26.0 


184.4 


81.3 


53.6 


160.1 


90.0 


6.827.7 


6,827.4 


M 


27.2 


933.9 


60.8 


35.6 


523.2 


132.7 


101.5 


36.5 


21.6 


248.8 


63.5 


142.0 


213.4 


141.0 


6,701.8 


6,701.6 


J 


47.7 


797.6 


64.6 


30.1 


415.5 


121.0 


100.1 


32.8 


20.1 


207.3 


83.4 


80.0 


181.4 


120.8 


6,587.9 


6,587.7 


J 


0.2 


1,014.0 


96.5 


39.0 


502.0 


167.4 


128.8 


55.2 


28.7 


208.6 


78.5 


85.3 


200.2 


140.0 


6,064.3 


6,064.0 


A 


1.8 


1,016.1 


93.6 


40.3 


530.7 


151.3 


120.1 


40.1 


26.8 


195.1 


59.4 


94.8 


173.1 


118.1 


5,778.9 


5.778.7 


S 


-- 


1,012.0 


86.4 


37.6 


556.1 


144.0 


110.5 


61.0 


40.0 


201.5 


67.2 


98.8 


162.3 


115.3 


6,105.2 


6,104.6 





65.5 


1,087.6 


845 


29.2 


632.9 


156.9 


112.1 


86.6 


61.2 


157.0 


66.9 


47.6 


139.3 


89.5 


6.495.8 


6,495.3 


N 


24.4 


1,000.6 


71.4 


32.0 


579.3 


131.9 


104.1 


43.3 


30.4 


158.8 


61.1 


65.1 


172.1 


119.0 


6.702.5 


6.702.0 


D 


0.2 


904.3 


58.5 


33.8 


498.7 


157.7 


90.8 


88.1 


67.2 


164.6 


70.4 


58.2 


131.4 


57.0 


5.534.0 


5.533.6 


1986 J 




1,066.8 


88.9 


39.9 


506.1 


165.6 


135.2 


35.1 


27.3 


284.5 


82.8 


156.4 


179.9 


113.4 


6.190.7 


6.190.4 


F 


0.2 


1,102.5 


91.4 


54.1 


5690 


165.4 


140.9 


55.9 


43.7 


154.1 


73.5 


29.0 


165.2 


94.7 


6,782.3 


6,782.2 



'Includes Belgium, Luxembourg, France. Germany. Italy, Netherlands, Denmark, Ireland and United Kingdom 
Sources: Imports by Commodities (65-007), Summary of External Trade (65-001), Statistics Canada. 



115 



Section 11— Table 2.3 

2— Merchandise trade on a customs basis 
Table 2.3: Total exports by commodity grouping, 



April 1986 



not seasonally adjusted, customs basis (millions of dollars) 



















Food 


feed, beverages and tobacco 
















Meat 




Shell- 










Other 








Year 






Total 


Live 




and 


Fish, 


fish, 








cereals 




Fodder 




and 


Total 


Re- 


domestic animals 




meat 


fresh or 


preserved 




Whe< 




and 


Other 


and 




month 


exports 


exports 


exports 


total 


Total 


preps. 


frozen 


fish 


Wheat 




flour 




preps. 


foods 


feed 


Whisky 


D 


402173 


402170 


402167 402164 


402161 


402158 


402149 


402140 


402128 


402125 


402122 


402107 


402092 


402080 


1984 


112,383.6 


2,947.0 


109,436.6 


519.0 10.313.7 


755.1 


829.7 


746.1 


4,724.7 


114.6 


1,072.5 


779.6 


318.1 


363.1 


1985 


119.241.3 


3,329.7 


115.911.6 


466.8 


9.168.0 


830.7 


940.8 


882.6 


3,778.6 




84.8 




674.2 


8339 


233.5 


352.0 


1984 M 


9,270.2 


238.7 


9,031.5 


35.4 


650.0 


72.0 


62.5 


41.7 


232.0 




79 




66.2 


57.4 


24.7 


28.5 


A 


9,088.4 


223.4 


8.865.0 


41.3 


709.2 


66.4 


55.1 


39.7 


272.0 




6.5 




88.4 


62.4 


33.5 


23.5 


M 


10,281.6 


250.0 


10,031.6 


40.6 


1,076.3 


67.2 


62.9 


76.6 


520.4 




28.2 




141.7 


66.4 


28.1 


31.9 


J 


9.950.8 


261.1 


9,689.7 


48.7 


1,078.8 


56.9 


65.0 


93.2 


601.1 




5.0 




95.8 


57.3 


20.9 


29.0 


J 


9.222.6 


246.4 


8,976.2 


57.3 


1,137.7 


59.6 


76.1 


117.0 


639.6 




3.3 




76.0 


60.5 


23.4 


17.1 


A 


8.927.5 


247.2 


8.680.3 


55.4 


1,021.2 


59.7 


103.7 


53.6 


564.3 




5.3 




87.7 


62.4 


25.0 


27.8 


s 


9,519.7 


251.4 


9,268.3 


48.9 


1,002.0 


49.6 


94.4 


54.4 


555.9 




9.8 




59.1 


66.5 


23.3 


30.3 


O 


10,237.0 


288.0 


9,949.0 


41.0 


936.4 


67.1 


100.9 


69.3 


400.5 




13.1 




88.8 


76.1 


18.6 


48.1 


N 


10,176.9 


270.8 


9,906.1 


48.5 


893.6 


70.9 


64.3 


53.6 


360.3 




11.6 




139.1 


76.4 


30.2 


43.1 


D 


9,036.7 


259.1 


8,777.5 


42.8 


601.3 


59.5 


45.3 


60.4 


183.0 




10.1 




67.5 


66.7 


23.9 


32.0 


1985 J 


9,151.3 


257.5 


8.893.8 


44.1 


602.7 


70.2 


48.2 


51.4 


189.7 




4.7 




69.0 


69.6 


17.2 


27.9 


F 


9,079.5 


240.2 


8,839.3 


51.9 


528.5 


71.8 


50.4 


36.4 


139.0 




7.2 




64.1 


68.3 


18.8 


23.4 


M 


10.546.9 


302.0 


10.244.9 


68.1 


601.5 


74.1 


66.8 


44.2 


191.9 




11.1 




53.5 


65.5 


19.6 


33.7 


A 


10.311.2 


294.8 


10.016.3 


56.0 


636.3 


63.4 


64.8 


33.4 


261.6 




8.3 




49.2 


65.1 


18.0 


25.2 


M 


10.772.1 


336.1 


10,436.0 


44.5 


899.9 


61.3 


66.1 


97.7 


449.5 




5.0 




51.5 


63.4 


23.7 


24.9 


J 


10,275.6 


284.5 


9,991.1 


36.1 


783.8 


64.7 


70.0 


112.8 


351.2 




5.5 




35.7 


56.1 


17.3 


23.0 


J 


8,414.7 


251.2 


8,163.5 


31.3 


618.3 


62.8 


78.8 


106.0 


172.6 




0.4 




50.6 


65.0 


21.6 


16.5 


A 


8,947.7 


249.5 


8,698.2 


27.6 


688.0 


63.5 


108.1 


68.8 


249.3 




11.4 




39.1 


62.0 


14.2 


35.5 


s 


10,483.2 


259.2 


10,224.0 


20.9 


1,021.0 


64.3 


142.1 


92.9 


496.9 




3.1 




45.0 


71.1 


15.3 


47.6 





11,201.9 


281.1 


10,920.8 


29.2 


1,017.3 


77.4 


108.3 


82.3 


480.0 




15.1 




64.8 


88.1 


18.8 


35.9 


N 


10,389.3 


267.0 


10,122.3 


24.9 


975.1 


81.0 


72.7 


82.9 


465.1 




12.0 




56.8 


83.6 


24.8 


35.3 


D 


9,667.8 


306.5 


9,361 .4 


32.3 


795.4 


76.1 


64.6 


73.9 


331.7 




1.0 




94.8 


76.0 


24.1 


23.0 


1986 J 


10.102.9 


258.6 


9,844.3 


34.2 


734.0 


84.2 


64.8 


64.7 


253.7 




7.2 




70.6 


94.6 


25.1 


21.6 


F 


9.584.8 


267.8 


9,317.0 


31.4 


582.3 


78.6 


71.7 


53.2 


193.5 




0.4 




43.3 


67.6 


22.9 


19.2 












Crude materials, inedible 
















































fabricated 
materials, inedi 








Hides, 


Crude 




Ores, concentrates 


& scrap 










As- 


Non- 


Die 


Year 










Other 






Veneer 


and 




skins 


Oil- wood 








Radio- 


non- 


Crude 


Natural 


bestos. 


metal. 






and 


month 


Total and furs 


seeds mats 


Iron 


Copper 


Nickel 


active 


ferrous petroleum 


gas 


unmfrd. 


minerals 


Total 


Lumber 


plywood 


D 


402065 


102062 402053 402041 


402029 


402020 


402017 


402014 


40201 1 


401993 


101990 


401987 


401984 


401954 


401951 


401942 


1984 


17,410.6 


284.9 


911.1 358.0 


1 ,207.0 


499.6 


580.8 


333.7 


1,051.3 


4,404.2 3,923.0 


498.9 


2,936.0 


36,026.8 


4,257.1 


269.9 


1985 


19.180.0 


267.4 


843.2 293.5 


1.283.3 


518.3 


560.8 


231.9 


868.1 


5,916.5 3.912.3 


446.3 


3,584.2 


36,780.5 


4,595.3 


246.5 


1984 M 


1.381.1 


40.8 


98.4 28.9 


78.6 


43.7 


54.3 


3.2 


74.1 


358.9 


341.4 




46.6 


170.7 


3,014.4 


379.0 


25.8 


A 


1.495.8 


25.9 


78.4 29.3 


62.4 


37.6 


55.1 


6.7 


69.0 


442.3 


321.5 




45.0 


282.9 


2,891.2 


358.0 


21.4 


M 


1,577.8 


28.5 


102.6 23.3 


156.2 


43.6 


33.8 


8.2 


113.5 


464.3 


309.0 




36.8 


217.7 


3.290.4 


395.9 


22.5 


J 


1 ,328.8 


22.3 


69.5 32.9 


110.0 


28.0 


47.2 


7.1 


95.7 


308.6 


272.1 




47.5 


252.2 


3,064.9 


377.1 


19.0 


J 


1 .363.0 


19.4 


55.8 17.4 


139.7 


72.6 


29.6 


12.3 


86.8 


340.6 


257.2 




41.1 


263.3 


3,006.7 


380.3 


22.8 


A 


1,313.7 


18.9 


45.0 33.4 


108.5 


19.9 


36.8 


12.8 


107.8 


313.3 


264.3 




36.3 


285.1 


3.025.8 


344.0 


14.8 


s 


1,283.2 


14.5 


16.1 26.2 


111.5 


34.4 


79.9 


13.8 


95.6 


329.0 


282.1 




38.1 


213.5 


3.060.0 


352.5 


18.8 


O 


1,746.1 


16.8 


107.7 39.8 


124.0 


71.0 


57.4 


85.7 


112.0 


410.1 


309.9 




39.8 


336.7 


3,153.2 


370.4 


20.7 


N 


1,631.5 


16.1 


77.4 42.9 


135.5 


24.6 


38.1 


111.1 


75.2 


403.9 


354.3 




43.7 


270.8 


3,125.4 


324.7 


18.7 


D 


1.538.0 


22.2 


77.4 39.5 


56.4 


34.4 


55.6 


54.1 


87.2 


434.5 


386.2 




35.5 


221.1 


2,862.6 


306.0 


21.5 


1985 J 


1 ,550.7 


32.7 


70.5 28.9 


89.2 


39.3 


46.7 


35.1 


58.4 


345.6 


425.6 




39.8 


301.2 


2,950.0 


315.6 


28.8 


F 


1,638.9 


29.0 


59.0 24.5 


66.0 


59.9 


36.1 


70.2 


55.3 


4300 


412.9 




33.8 


325.6 


2,811.4 


314.8 


20.6 


M 


1,747.1 


39.8 


53.8 37.6 


76.6 


38.5 


62.4 


14.2 


54.8 


556.8 


390.7 




34.6 


339.9 


3.457.1 


372.2 


31.5 


A 


1 ,724.2 


23.9 


73.7 14.3 


129.2 


38.2 


66.0 


10.8 


77.6 


604.5 


329.7 




35.2 


276.5 


3.305.9 


399.6 


19.9 


M 


1,684.9 


22.5 


98.9 19.1 


126.7 


45.3 


45.7 


12.2 


73.0 


540.4 


319.1 




49.9 


291.0 


3.383.0 


448.3 


19.4 


J 


1.573.5 


19.6 


95.5 18.3 


170.3 


43.4 


57.1 


7.4 


64.5 


442.6 


284.3 




40.7 


299.5 


3.107.2 


429.9 


16.9 


J 


1 ,426.0 


14.2 


524 20.0 


124.7 


28.3 


29.2 


7.9 


63.4 


419.4 


260.7 




31.2 


341.7 


2.814.5 


442.6 


19.2 


A 


1,411.8 


15.5 


64.2 21.2 


105.6 


46.1 


39.2 


3.5 


87.8 


440.4 


274.7 




38.1 


244.3 


2,962.5 


385.7 


17.4 


s 


1 ,629.2 


17.4 


80.4 22.8 


129.5 


55.4 


45.7 


5.6 


101.8 


556.4 


272.4 




39.6 


271.0 


2,991.1 


396.9 


17.4 





1,811.4 


17.3 


69.4 29.1 


94.5 


58.2 


63.6 


42.2 


90.2 


558.6 


311.7 




40.1 


399.7 


3,195.9 


411.8 


14.7 


N 


1,457.3 


15.8 


66.3 27.1 


88.9 


24.1 


29.8 


19.6 


70.2 


505.8 


315.2 




30.8 


224.1 


2,964.2 


341.9 


22.0 


D 


1,524.9 


19.7 


58.9 30.7 


82.0 


41.5 


39.3 


3.3 


70.8 


516.0 


315.2 




32.3 


269.6 


2,837.9 


335.9 


18.7 


1986 J 


1,780.3 


33.9 


49.1 24.0 


85.1 


61.0 


41.4 


16.3 


65.5 


581.1 


414.4 




36.1 


328.2 


3,172.7 


376.9 


26.6 


F 


1.449.5 


33.6 


54.0 26.4 


61.8 


45.0 


22.7 


9.2 


52.3 


435.6 


380.9 




26.6 


259.0 


2,902.7 


360.3 


24.5 



116 



April 1986 

2— Merchandise trade on a customs basis 

Table 2.3: Total exports by commodity grouping, not seasonally adjusted, customs basis (millions of dollars)/concluded 



Section 11— Table 2.3/Concluded 

















Fabricated materials, 


inedible 






























Syn- 




Plate. 






















Other 


Textile 




Ferti- 


thetic- 


Primary 


sheet 


Other 




Non-ferrous metals and alloys 




End 


Year 




News- 


paper 


fabri- 




lizers 


rubber 


iron 


and 


iron 












products 


and 


Wood 


print 


and 


cated 


Chem- 


and 


and 


and 


strip. 


and 


Alum- 










inedible, 


monlh 


pulp 


paper 


board 


mats 


icals 


mats 


plastics 


steel 


steel 


steel 


inum 


Copper 


Nickel 


Zinc 


Other 


total 


D 


401933 


401930 


401927 


401915 


401900 


401888 


401885 


401876 


401873 


401870 


401852 


401849 


401846 


401843 


401840 


401789 


1984 


3,906.5 


4,783.5 


1 ,270.7 


275.8 


2,563.3 


1,557 1 


895.8 


206.9 


689.1 


1.331.1 


1 ,900.7 


799.1 


563.2 


677.5 


2.458.2 


44,770.8 


1985 


3,393.8 


5,407.4 


1,289.1 


283.3 


2,709.2 


1 ,294.6 


1,124.2 


195.9 


798.2 


1.376.5 


1 ,906.9 


661 


594.0 


6489 


2.147.9 


49,952.5 


1984 M 


215.3 


339.0 


93.9 


25.7 


234.4 


144.8 


72.2 


14.4 


57.3 


122.4 


188.8 


85.9 


50.4 


70.5 


269.0 


3,914.8 


A 


248.5 


346.8 


87.0 


23.2 


232.9 


162.6 


72.7 


17.8 


52.0 


120.1 


149.5 


88.6 


57.7 


52.9 


178.5 


3,701.1 


M 


358.4 


445.7 


113.8 


25.2 


208.7 


140.1 


78.8 


31.2 


60.9 


135.0 


204.6 


65.8 


64.2 


67.2 


208.2 


3,993.6 


J 


384.6 


427.6 


120.4 


26.1 


225.5 


89.5 


82.7 


13.4 


63.7 


117.3 


159.2 


59.5 


40.2 


56.5 


172.3 


4,137.4 


J 


368.8 


442.6 


113.3 


21.6 


222.9 


113.5 


79.5 


17.7 


53.2 


103.6 


151.1 


47.7 


24.7 


43.8 


196.8 


3,382.9 


A 


369.1 


426.5 


117.6 


17.8 


195.3 


147.3 


71.7 


12.5 


62.7 


93.7 


164.3 


53.2 


41.5 


47.8 


222.2 


3,225.8 


S 


369.0 


400.3 


110.6 


24.5 


221.9 


124.6 


71.3 


13.4 


53.1 


102.8 


153.2 


86.5 


40.8 


50.2 


231.0 


3,837.6 





369.6 


441.6 


111.3 


25.0 


230.5 


135.1 


95.5 


17.6 


62.9 


124.4 


125.2 


56.9 


51.2 


56.2 


172.9 


4,037.9 


N 


350.9 


409.6 


118.7 


23.8 


186.1 


125.9 


78.5 


18.5 


70.5 


121.9 


151.8 


78.1 


52.5 


54.1 


278.2 


4,175.1 


D 


340.5 


425.9 


91.7 


19.1 


203.4 


125.1 


66.1 


18.0 


56.6 


97.6 


127.5 


61.4 


48.6 


65.3 


167.8 


3,7097 


1985 J 


304.2 


436.1 


106.4 


21.9 


258.8 


116.7 


99.4 


10.8 


61.8 


126.2 


166.1 


52.2 


54.9 


60.8 


171 9 


3.715.2 


F 


272.7 


415.6 


97.4 


20.7 


199.8 


108.7 


86.8 


11.2 


61.2 


108.2 


130.6 


66.6 


59.5 


55.0 


193.6 


3.784.8 


M 


326.6 


4620 


113.1 


24.1 


263.7 


161.8 


108.7 


86 


74.4 


129.6 


186.6 


42.5 


64.3 


76.0 


235.8 


4.329.6 


A 


266.5 


472.9 


106.3 


23.7 


259.0 


157.7 


94.4 


18.4 


83.1 


120.4 


168 8 


69.2 


62.9 


59.5 


173.7 


4.266.3 


M 


283.3 


448.1 


116.7 


22.9 


236.7 


150.8 


94.3 


19.4 


83.6 


129.8 


188.1 


73.2 


68.9 


57.0 


191.4 


4,392.4 


J 


294.6 


441.9 


102.1 


27.3 


274.0 


81.7 


95.9 


31.5 


85.4 


124.8 


152.9 


56.2 


33.1 


50.0 


153.1 


4.459.5 


J 


281.8 


433.2 


95.7 


25.0 


183.8 


81.3 


849 


14.7 


64.8 


101.6 


150 6 


40.8 


27.3 


48.7 


131.5 


3,240.6 


A 


292.7 


463.7 


110.6 


22.2 


205.7 


88.3 


89.3 


9.5 


62.1 


99.8 


148.7 


46.3 


34.9 


49.6 


217.9 


3,580.8 


s 


254.3 


459.6 


116.6 


25.5 


214.0 


105.5 


100.4 


17.3 


54.4 


106.0 


156.5 


58.6 


41.0 


50.3 


160.0 


4,533.7 





281.2 


456.4 


121.3 


24.7 


227.2 


91.4 


94.7 


17.5 


60.6 


120.5 


172.4 


55.9 


43.9 


43.8 


187.1 


4,835.5 


N 


256.2 


485.4 


112.6 


23.8 


197.4 


74.3 


84.7 


19.7 


53.7 


116.8 


125.9 


52.9 


44.5 


55.2 


179.8 


4,669.3 


D 


279.6 


432.3 


90.4 


21.5 


188.9 


76.5 


90.6 


17.3 


52.9 


92.8 


159.8 


46.8 


59.1 


42.9 


152.1 


4,144.7 


1986 J 


246.3 


442.2 


114.9 


29.1 


249.8 


85.9 


103.2 


18.1 


57.6 


112.7 


214.3 


59.2 


52.7 


48.6 


198.3 


4,101.9 


F 


266.9 


419.6 


108.8 


22.2 


204.8 


91.2 


94.6 


14.3 


54.2 


100.5 


178.4 


65.0 


50.2 


43.2 


215.8 


4.252.5 


















End products, inedible 






























Transportation and communications equipment 


















Machinery 
















































Motor 






Com- 














Mats. 


Drilling, 






Total 




Motor 


vehicle 


Aircraft 


Aircraft 


munic 


Other 


Personal 




Year 






handling 


excavating 






motor 


Road 


vehicle 


parts 


complete 


engines 


and 


equip 


and 


Misc. 


and 




General 


mach. 


and 






vehicles 


motor 


engines 


excl. 


with 


and 


related 


and 


hhold 


end 


month 


Total 


purpose 


& equip. 


mining 


Farm 


Total 


and parts 


vehicles 


and parts 


engines. 


engines 


parts 


equip. 


tools 


goods 


prod 


D 


401786 


401783 


401771 


401768 


401765 


401726 


401723 


401720 


401708 


401705 


401702 


401699 


401690 


401669 


401642 


401627 


1984 


3,500.1 


748.3 


484.0 


490.3 


655.2 


34,765.0 


29,288.8 


19.532.7 


2,119.0 


7,637.1 


344.8 


1,441.1 


2,520.8 


3,436.6 


772.4 


2,296.7 


1985 


3.580.5 


782.7 


443.1 


529.2 


522.1 


39,110.2 


33.178.1 


22,253.0 


2,017.3 


8,907.8 


351.9 


1 ,743.3 


2,742.9 


3,713.8 


828.2 


2,719.8 


1984 M 


2940 


60.5 


34.4 


44.1 


67.6 


3,044.3 


2,588.1 


1,733.0 


168.1 


687.0 


47.4 


124.7 


214.0 


259.4 


55.6 


261.4 


A 


293.7 


63.6 


46.8 


42.0 


56.4 


2,916.9 


2,556.9 


1 ,745.5 


195.3 


616.1 


4.9 


106.1 


174.7 


265.3 


59.8 


165.4 


M 


303.6 


60.4 


45.2 


41.6 


66.9 


3,144.0 


2,646.6 


1,773.5 


195.6 


677.5 


34.5 


132.5 


206.5 


292.9 


67.4 


185.7 


J 


328.0 


56.1 


50.7 


58.8 


60.9 


3,260.6 


2,715.1 


1 ,860.3 


197.3 


657.5 


51.0 


122.0 


216.6 


290.1 


69.2 


189.5 


J 


319.3 


79.2 


42.6 


40.8 


52.6 


2,494.2 


1,961.0 


1,251 3 


136.3 


573.4 


91.4 


130.0 


195.4 


306.7 


72.2 


190.6 


A 


259.9 


54.8 


36.9 


31.4 


47.7 


2,446.7 


2,065.4 


1 ,255.8 


194.4 


615.3 


3.0 


90.5 


197.1 


263.1 


68.3 


187.8 


S 


266.2 


55.1 


36.6 


38.7 


43.8 


3.008.8 


2,607.8 


1,773.9 


189.2 


644.7 


0.4 


113.6 


209.6 


306.8 


76.8 


179.0 





328.2 


70.7 


44.6 


43.5 


52.0 


3,109.7 


2,601.5 


1,758.9 


181.8 


660.8 


18.2 


142.1 


241.1 


333.2 


82.7 


184.2 


N 


323.3 


66.4 


41.7 


41.6 


59.9 


3,204.4 


2.674.3 


1,802.1 


182.3 


689.9 


13.7 


139.2 


247.2 


357.2 


77.1 


213.0 


D 


304.6 


73.5 


42.7 


44.8 


50.3 


2,871.7 


2,321.1 


1.547.9 


166.2 


607.0 


33.1 


134.7 


306.5 


280.4 


55.5 


197.6 


1985 J 


281 9 


54.3 


31.0 


63.1 


37.9 


2,929.6 


2,456.3 


1,544.2 


173.4 


738.8 


40.9 


124.2 


2240 


268.5 


45.0 


190.2 


F 


245.6 


51.9 


31.4 


36.2 


37.9 


3,026.4 


2,598.7 


1,714.6 


191.3 


692.8 


15.7 


120.3 


220.2 


280.7 


47.4 


184.8 


M 


324.2 


62.2 


65.0 


41.8 


47.4 


3,373.4 


2,896.5 


1,925.0 


183.8 


787.6 


10.1 


157.0 


230.0 


330.5 


59.0 


242.5 


A 


312.9 


77.5 


45.6 


38.7 


54.5 


3,352.7 


2,818.8 


1,864.3 


186.9 


767.6 


50.4 


147.6 


243.5 


305.1 


60.2 


235.4 


M 


333.0 


82.3 


31.5 


41.5 


58.2 


3,477.2 


2,934.6 


1,969.5 


176.3 


788.8 


37.9 


157.1 


238.2 


310.0 


67.6 


204.7 


J 


293.7 


67.2 


36.9 


41.8 


48.5 


3,582.4 


3,063.4 


2,152.2 


150.7 


760.6 


27.0 


145.6 


231.1 


311.9 


68.7 


202.8 


J 


261.8 


58.8 


27.3 


37.6 


33.9 


2,416.3 


1,966.0 


1,201.2 


99.8 


665.0 


23.1 


126.5 


207.0 


293.3 


73.0 


196.1 


A 


287.4 


47.8 


28.2 


48.5 


41.7 


2.709.9 


2,301 .4 


1 ,488.6 


161.6 


651.2 


24.6 


112.6 


193.6 


274.5 


69.2 


239.8 


S 


303.4 


67.8 


33.0 


35.0 


51.3 


3,540.4 


3,024.8 


2,064.6 


179.7 


780.4 


34.6 


152.0 


229.0 


331.0 


95.7 


263.2 





310.6 


67.7 


37.3 


40.4 


44.6 


3.802.9 


3,186.9 


2,150.7 


205.9 


830.3 


24.1 


179.8 


321.7 


346.0 


95.3 


280.7 


N 


293.0 


73.7 


35.0 


47.7 


37.0 


3.714.3 


3.209.2 


2,234.5 


167.6 


807.1 


16.4 


158.4 


218.7 


319.5 


76.0 


266.4 


D 


333.1 


71.3 


40.7 


56.8 


29.3 


3,184.7 


2,721.4 


1 ,943.6 


140.2 


637.6 


47.0 


162.1 


185.7 


342.8 


70.9 


213.2 


1986 J 


289.3 


78.3 


34.0 


48.0 


34.2 


3,233.6 


2,807.9 


1,813.6 


150.9 


843.4 


0.2 


150.9 


187.7 


293.3 


57.0 


228.7 


F 


291.5 


69.1 


33.9 


43.3 


32.0 


3.383.3 


2,956.5 


1 ,993.0 


165.6 


797.9 


0.1 


143.7 


185.3 


300.5 


52.6 


224.5 



Sources: Exports by Commodities (65-004), Summary of External Trade (65-001), Statistics Canada. 



117 



Section 11— Table 2.4 

2— Merchandise trade on a customs basis 

Table 2.4: Imports by commodity grouping, not seasonally adjusted, customs basis (millions of dollars) 



April 1986 













Food, feed, beverages and 


tobacco 












































Crude materials, inedible 










Live 




Meat 


Fruits 




Veget- 
ables 




Coffee, 














Year 










Other 


Iron 


and 


Imports 


animals 


arx 


meat 




Other & 


and 


Raw 


cocoa 






Oil- 




textile 


ores and 


month 


total 




total 


Total 


preps 


Fresh 


preps 


preps 


sugar 


and tea 


Total 




seeds 


Cotton 


fibres 


cone. 


D 


423105 


423102 


423100 423099 


423090 


423075 


423057 


423045 


423042 


422988 


422985 


»22976 


422973 


422961 


1984 


95,460.0 




343 


5,812.0 


437.1 


796.3 


503.3 


736.3 


189.5 


745.7 


7,994.1 




179.8 


129.6 


172.0 


398.9 


1985 


104,914.2 


109.3 


5.800.2 


427.4 


852.1 


491.5 


738.9 


154.3 


725.7 


7,858.1 




143.5 


88.5 


163.6 


427.1 


1984 M 


8.415.6 




6.1 


462.1 


40.2 


65.3 


42.9 


78.1 


5.2 


58.3 


777.9 




13.5 


10.8 


17.0 


7.5 


A 


7,993.4 




130 


428.7 


31.9 


55.6 


30.7 


72.7 


16.2 


62.0 


659.4 




7.6 


13.0 


13.1 


14.6 


M 


8,910.1 




10 3 


523.3 


37.4 


69.9 


44.4 


85.6 


9.5 


77.7 


653.0 




23.6 


13.0 


15.7 


44.0 


J 


8.233.6 




93 


491.7 


32.6 


82.9 


37.8 


73.4 


18.9 


60.3 


715.1 




25.6 


8.2 


11.7 


38.2 


J 


7,828.8 




5.9 


510.3 


43.9 


78.2 


43.4 


65.2 


24.4 


57.2 


815.1 




14.6 


6.1 


12.4 


38 8 


A 


8,208.0 




4,9 


536.1 


46.2 


77.5 


42.7 


43.3 


18.8 


64.3 


801.9 




23.5 


11.6 


14.9 


54.8 


S 


7,805.5 




69 


469.6 


37.8 


65.6 


42.8 


28.4 


12.7 


54.7 


593.2 




18.8 


11.3 


14.6 


52.5 


O 


8,527.2 




65 


594.9 


39.5 


78.2 


60.4 


42.0 


25.3 


72.6 


631.1 




13.8 


12.8 


17.2 


599 


N 


8,106.6 




87 


518.7 


38.2 


64.1 


44.3 


56.1 


15.3 


66.0 


655.5 




11.3 


11.3 


13.7 


34.5 


D 


7,112.6 




65 


447.2 


30.3 


60.3 


34.0 


53.2 


18.5 


58.6 


549.3 




6.3 


11.0 


12.7 


20.6 


1985 J 


7,892.4 




63 


449.7 


37.2 


52.6 


41.0 


70.2 


5.4 


59.6 


496.3 




9.1 


8.6 


14.9 


24.9 


F 


7,771.5 




69 


428.8 


35.8 


57.1 


41.0 


61.9 


15.4 


64.6 


425.7 




9.4 


9.9 


10.8 


4.9 


M 


8,659.2 




7.1 


466.5 


36.5 


67.3 


46.9 


67.1 


7.2 


61.8 


555.7 




7.3 


9.1 


13.0 


5.1 


A 


9,199.3 




50 


501.1 


43.7 


69.8 


38.8 


84.4 


5.5 


63.3 


480.4 




8.1 


8.1 


15.4 


14.4 


M 


9,347.9 




4.7 


512.7 


33.3 


74.9 


35.7 


85.9 


11.1 


56.8 


708.1 




9.7 


5.9 


15.9 


35.4 


J 


8,900.2 




9.9 


489.4 


26.6 


84.1 


47.3 


74.6 


12.3 


57.0 


625.6 




13.3 


4.3 


13.1 


41.9 


J 


8,914.9 




26 


506.8 


40.2 


93.4 


36.2 


60.6 


10.2 


59.8 


791.8 




17.3 


3.3 


10.3 


55.2 


A 


8.447.1 




1 5 


478.6 


38.6 


79.3 


40.6 


36.2 


14.5 


57.5 


748.1 




24.5 


5.2 


13.5 


49.9 


S 


8.745.0 




70 


475.1 


39.7 


646 


43.0 


31.7 


16.0 


56.6 


785.3 




12.0 


6.2 


14.0 


67.8 


O 


9,485.5 




6.3 


551.1 


39.0 


76.1 


43.8 


39.9 


25.0 


65.3 


786.4 




18.5 


9.0 


16.2 


39.1 


N 


9,419.4 




60 


492.4 


27.6 


71.3 


39.6 


58.3 


17.1 


60.8 


683.8 




8.2 


11.4 


13.0 


35.6 


D 


8,131.9 




5.8 


448.0 


29.3 


61.5 


37.6 


68.1 


14.7 


62.5 


771.0 




6.0 


7.5 


13.3 


52.9 


1986 J 


9,296.0 




54 


474.0 


26.2 


59.3 


33.1 


86.7 


7.6 


72.9 


866.2 




8.1 


5.0 


16.0 


18.6 


F 


9,713.2 




59 


482.3 


29.6 


65.0 


38.1 


62.7 


7.7 


106.4 


648.3 




6.6 


14.8 


16.0 


5.8 




Crude materials. 


ned 












Fabricated 


materials, inedible 














ble 








Broad 




























Paper 


Yarn, 
thread 


Broad 
woven 


woven 
fabrics 


Other 


Chemicals 


Plas- 
tics & 




Petrol. & 
coal prod. 


Steel 
plate 


Other 


Year 


Aluminum 








iron & 


and 


ores and 






Crude 


and 


and 


fabrics 


exc. 


textile 


Inor- 




synth. 




exc fuel 


and 


steel & 


month 


cone 


Coal 


petroleum Total 


board 


cordage 


cotton 


cotton 


mats. 


ganic Organic 


ubber 


Fuel oil 


oil 


sheet 


alloys 


D 


422952 


»22949 


422946 422907 


422904 


422901 


422886 


422883 


422868 


422859 422856 422853 


422838 


422835 


422823 


422820 


1984 


500.0 1 ,093.5 


3,375.6 17,214.7 


762.7 


424.1 


170.2 


610.1 


530.1 


497.7 1,464.7 1,644.6 


962.3 


692.5 


545.9 


1,095.3 


1985 


477.0 


887.4 


3,700.4 18,732.9 


809.6 


455.4 


222.7 


641.4 


566.0 


509.0 1 ,508.5 1 ,775.3 


851.1 


826.4 


789.8 


1.218.6 


1984 M 


41.0 


0.9 




445.0 1,513.0 


68.3 


35.6 


14.0 


52.0 


48.3 


40.4 


132.2 


147.2 


108.0 


36.9 


42.4 


92.2 


A 


32.5 


98.4 




316.1 1,283.7 


63.4 


35.0 


12.5 


55.0 


39.7 


35.5 


114.0 


130.3 


18.7 


36.1 


40.8 


77.9 


M 


62.9 


129.9 




149.3 1,661.0 


71.7 


40.8 


14.9 


62.3 


49.2 


47.1 


134.1 


153.5 


65.0 


58.0 


52.8 


97.2 


J 


49.6 


134.3 




280.2 1 ,383.6 


63.3 


43.1 


11.8 


50.5 


44.1 


42.3 


109.6 


139.6 


0.6 


76.4 


44.6 


96.3 


J 


35.0 


149.9 




368.7 1 ,320.3 


60.7 


34.9 


12.1 


45.9 


39.2 


44.0 


101.7 


135.1 


50.2 


69.4 


52.1 


104.4 


A 


50.3 


172.0 




311.4 1,519.0 


66.4 


36.8 


14.1 


50.8 


53.1 


42.0 


108.5 


141.3 


51.0 


59.1 


56.1 


117.6 


s 


47.1 


109.6 




181.1 1,351.0 


63.7 


29.9 


13.4 


43.7 


45.9 


35.1 


111.8 


133.1 


61.4 


59.1 


40.2 


87.5 





45.8 


117.3 




206.0 1,581.2 


69.2 


34.0 


16.2 


53.1 


42.1 


45.5 


130.9 


154.5 


88.2 


85.7 


51.5 


94.2 


N 


41.7 


79.4 




276.7 1,581.1 


69.3 


35.1 


17.9 


54.3 


42.7 


48.5 


141.2 


145.1 


142.3 


73.1 


56.3 


101.1 


D 


42.1 


43.4 




285.1 1,308.1 


55.3 


28.6 


15.1 


41.2 


40.1 


44.5 


105.1 


117.5 


146.9 


58.5 


36.6 


84.0 


1985 J 


31.0 


14.3 




233.6 1,543.7 


67.0 


33.7 


18.3 


50.5 


48.3 


41.7 


138.4 


130.7 


154.8 


66.7 


48.8 


97.4 


F 


18.7 


0.6 




210.4 1,372.5 


64.3 


31.8 


13.0 


41.1 


43.5 


39.1 


125.7 


130.6 


73.1 


55.7 


42.9 


82.3 


M 


37.7 


1.3 




268.3 1 ,608.3 


71.3 


37.7 


14.4 


52.3 


44.7 


42.3 


141.8 


154.7 


97.5 


37.4 


50.7 


85.2 


A 


51.2 


46.5 




166.4 1.606.5 


72.3 


37.3 


14.5 


61.2 


49.1 


47.7 


148.8 


153.1 


65.7 


52.9 


63.4 


103.6 


M 


49.2 


104.3 




311.5 1.723.1 


77.9 


41.9 


17.2 


57.8 


49.3 


47.8 


137.3 


162.3 


72.7 


73.3 


80.0 


108.4 


J 


43.4 


130.8 




241.7 1,512.7 


61.4 


37.2 


17.6 


49.9 


49.4 


37.4 


117.9 


144.2 


79.2 


98.7 


69.3 


90 5 


J 


48.3 


98.9 




426.1 1,530.7 


59.6 


34.0 


17.0 


52.1 


46.7 


49.1 


106.5 


151.6 


23.1 


83.5 


84.1 


104.1 


A 


40.0 


115.6 




341.0 1,551.1 


62.8 


40.0 


20.4 


55.9 


50.0 


38.2 


107.7 


142.1 


28.2 


97.6 


70.7 


115.9 


s 


42.4 


91.7 




399.0 1 ,496.9 


67.6 


38.5 


20.2 


50.9 


40.9 


40.7 


105.6 


152.9 


33.0 


57.7 


75.6 


99.3 





40.3 


94.0 




407.1 1,708.3 


73.4 


42.4 


25.0 


60.8 


52.8 


46.6 


131.7 


168.7 


74.0 


73.9 


63.4 


116.2 


N 


42.8 


101.0 




315.3 1,664.4 


72.5 


41.9 


24.0 


59.3 


50.3 


43.4 


121.4 


160.1 


67.0 


83.0 


78.8 


113.9 


D 


32.0 


88.7 




379.8 1,414.6 


59.6 


39.1 


21.1 


49.6 


41.1 


35.0 


125.6 


124.3 


82.8 


46.0 


62.0 


102.2 


1986 J 


40.0 


21.7 




569.9 1.804.2 


75.5 


46.1 


27.9 


62.7 


54.1 


40.8 


153.3 


157.2 


178.1 


61.1 


60.7 


100.7 


F 


45.1 


2.0 




365.3 1,708.3 


73.0 


45.2 


21.6 


56.8 


52.7 


41.5 


160.9 


162.4 


119.3 


61.8 


59.0 


94.8 



118 



April 1986 

2 —Merchandise trade on a customs basis 

Table 2.4: Imports by commodity grouping, not seasonally adjusted, customs basis (millions of dollars)/concluded 



Section 11— Table 2.4/Concluded 





Fabricated 
materials. 














End products, inedible 




























Machinery 












Transp 




















Mecha- 








i. and 




inedible 


















nical 








communications 
















Drilling, 
exca- 


Machine 






power 
trans- 






Tractor 


equipi 


ment 






Metal 




Year 
and 


Non- 
ferrous 


fab. 
basic 






General 


Mats 


vating 
& 


tools 
metal 


Other 
metal 


Textile 


mission 
equip- 






engines 
and 




Motor 
vehic. 


month 


metals 


prod 


Total 


Total 


purp. 


handling 


mining 


working 


working 


ind. 


ment 


Farm 


Tractors 


parts 


Total 


& parts 


D 


422802 


422781 


422691 


422688 


422685 


422661 


422643 


422622 


422619 


422607 


422598 


422589 


422574 


422565 


422538 


422535 


1984 


2,258.3 


1,437.5 


62,811.4 


8,373.7 


1 ,493.2 


559.8 


1,257.6 


372.0 


442.3 


197.2 


547.7 


744.4 


664.0 


360.9 


34,583.1 


26,136.1 


1985 


2,602.2 


1,591.5 


70,783.0 


9,664.0 


1,729.5 


657.0 


1,654.7 


517.3 


514.3 


204.3 


565.9 


716.6 


6945 


327.5 


40,6692 


32.0669 


1984 M 


190.0 


118.9 


5,5255 


737.0 


123.2 


46.0 


129.8 


30.0 


35.5 


19.8 


47.4 


82.3 


59.1 


31.9 


3,067.0 


2,375.0 


A 


155.9 


117.0 


5.472.3 


680.6 


112.5 


45.3 


90.2 


31.9 


38.6 


15.7 


44.0 


82.0 


58.6 


25.9 


3,218.4 


2,553.7 


M 


206.2 


180.2 


5.913.8 


815.0 


128.9 


51.5 


121.3 


33.7 


40.7 


20.0 


50.9 


94.9 


75.9 


38.0 


3,292.1 


2,4749 


J 


205.8 


114.7 


5.519.5 


748.9 


119.3 


49.9 


106 6 


34.5 


38.0 


16.3 


48.9 


84.2 


64.9 


34.8 


3.133.8 


2,3953 


J 


147.0 


109.2 


5.054.2 


723.7 


139.2 


52.1 


109.6 


32.9 


37.8 


15.6 


42.5 


69.9 


54.4 


28.7 


2.613.0 


1,980.7 


A 


254.7 


119.6 


5.2101 


731.7 


130.9 


50.6 


105.8 


35.1 


41.9 


16.4 


50.8 


61.5 


359 


28.7 


2.607.1 


1,852.5 


S 


200.8 


111.9 


5,278.2 


618.4 


116.8 


42.5 


95.9 


30.1 


31.5 


13.4 


44.3 


42.0 


42.3 


27.8 


3,061 8 


2,184.2 





223.0 


130.9 


5,545.2 


741.5 


133.0 


53.2 


119.4 


34.9 


34.9 


15.8 


51.6 


45.9 


56.7 


32.9 


2.970.8 


2.182.7 


N 


179.0 


117.3 


5,210.7 


687.8 


139.3 


51.5 


106.6 


31.0 


33.0 


13.6 


44.8 


35.8 


50.5 


33.1 


2.793.0 


2,099.9 


D 


141.5 


103.0 


4,700.3 


639.0 


117.7 


37.7 


91.0 


31.8 


35.4 


12.2 


38.3 


40.8 


55.4 


28.5 


2.651 4 


2,077.3 


1985 J 


216.3 


119.2 


5.275.9 


706.0 


128.9 


50.6 


108.1 


35.5 


40.6 


18.2 


45.5 


46.9 


40.0 


30.4 


2.936.1 


2,254.4 


F 


162.8 


119.8 


5.413.8 


698.7 


149.7 


50.2 


116.8 


28.0 


36.6 


14.4 


43.9 


58.4 


41.7 


26.9 


3.165.7 


2,512.4 


M 


255.3 


135.4 


5.897.9 


790.0 


147.0 


56.0 


133.2 


41.6 


39.3 


16.1 


50.2 


69.3 


43.6 


29.9 


3.331.1 


2,632.8 


A 


204.6 


140.0 


6,4509 


847.6 


149.0 


52.6 


132.2 


48.5 


45.8 


15.7 


46.1 


76.8 


69.2 


28.1 


3.914.4 


2,956.6 


M 


224.0 


140.0 


6,244.7 


912.0 


161.0 


57.3 


159.6 


45.8 


40.6 


174 


49.2 


76.6 


767 


30.9 


3.618.6 


2,879.9 


J 


162.0 


133.7 


6,114.8 


824.1 


136.5 


51.8 


150.4 


42.5 


41.2 


16.1 


51 


62.7 


67.6 


28.8 


3,693.1 


3,085.6 


J 


232.1 


130.8 


5,934.5 


846.1 


133.5 


49.1 


159.8 


56.4 


44.1 


18.8 


47.7 


60.3 


67.0 


29.9 


3,247.5 


2,603.3 


A 


232.3 


136.9 


5.525.2 


778.2 


135.3 


56.6 


150.3 


36.5 


45.3 


18.4 


47.9 


54.4 


42.4 


26.1 


2,9456 


2,182.4 


S 


231.7 


132.4 


5.847.0 


741.6 


125.3 


65.0 


129.5 


37.9 


41.1 


16.2 


45.0 


52.7 


53.4 


24.2 


3.392.9 


2,721.2 





240.3 


143.0 


6,285.0 


928.3 


197.2 


63.3 


155.1 


50.8 


49.8 


19.3 


50.1 


61.9 


70.0 


25.9 


3.5062 


2,6665 


N 


245.4 


138.7 


6,428.6 


834.6 


145.3 


54.8 


139.0 


50.2 


48.4 


18.1 


46.5 


47.4 


648 


23.2 


3.849.8 


3,0842 


D 


195.3 


121.7 


5,364.6 


756.8 


120.8 


49.9 


120.5 


43.6 


41.5 


15.7 


42.8 


49.1 


58.2 


23.2 


3.068.2 


2,487.5 


1986 J 


284.6 


138.6 


6,0090 


8896 


159.0 


64.8 


135.1 


55.6 


51.6 


24.2 


47.6 


60.0 


56.6 


24.9 


3.268.5 


2,479.6 


F 


221.6 


145.6 


6.706.6 


8925 


181.7 


58.3 


144.6 


41.5 


48.6 


20.2 


48.6 


58.9 


74.4 


29.0 


3,968.0 


3,2359 
















I 


End products, inedible 


















Transp and communications equipment 




Other equipment and tools 




Pers 
h'hold 


and 
goods 


Miscellaneous 


end produt 


:ts 






Air 

cond. 


Electric 
light 


Meas. 
control 






Year 


Road 


Motor 


Motor 


Aircraft 


Com- 




Books 


Other 




and 


motor 


vehic. 


vehic. 


and 


munic. 




and 


and 


and 


Office 




Apparel & 




and 


printed 


Photo 


month 


vehic 


engines 


parts 


parts 


& related 


Total 


refrig. 


distrib. 


scient. 


machines 


Total 


access. 


Total 


pamph. 


mat. 


goods 


D 


422532 


422514 


422505 


422502 


422490 


422460 


422457 


422454 


422436 


422418 


422391 


422388 


422352 


422349 


422346 


422337 


1984 


10.556.7 


2,831.7 


12,747.8 


2,217.4 


4,671.8 


10.504.9 


4096 


1.429.1 


1,831.2 


4,409.0 


4.193.8 


2,2090 


5,155.9 


581.2 


795.9 


1,134.2 


1985 


14,467.8 


3,123.9 


14,475.2 


2,777.4 


4,556.3 


10.870.9 


416.4 


1.510.2 


2,053.7 


4,194.1 


4,405.3 


2,303.5 


5,173.6 


6072 


777.8 


1,016.9 


1984 M 


1,010.5 


246.5 


1,118.0 


173.8 


394.1 


916.2 


37 1 


128.0 


171.6 


370.0 


367.1 


210.8 


438.2 


44.0 


68.6 


99.2 


A 


1,060.3 


252.6 


1,240.9 


175.1 


379.7 


869.5 


38.6 


130.3 


143.5 


355.2 


301.7 


152.5 


402.0 


44.6 


57.2 


87.3 


M 


1,058.3 


263.3 


1,153.3 


272.6 


418.8 


971.3 


45.5 


131.6 


161.9 


411.3 


335.5 


163.6 


4998 


50.0 


73.1 


115.3 


J 


942.3 


264.9 


1,188.0 


255.0 


385.5 


857.2 


37.3 


124.8 


145.0 


353.6 


340.8 


172.6 


438.9 


52.6 


63.1 


88.8 


J 


8250 


199.8 


955.9 


152.1 


376.8 


857.8 


36.9 


111.5 


147.7 


3687 


415.1 


237.7 


444.6 


56.3 


66.6 


102.8 


A 


630.7 


222.8 


9990 


228.0 


428.4 


929.9 


33.6 


120.2 


153.6 


398.4 


487.5 


2846 


453.8 


50.2 


74.3 


93.8 


S 


846.9 


262.4 


1,074.8 


122.4 


416.0 


835.1 


30.5 


111.1 


137.9 


358.0 


356.5 


177.8 


406.4 


48.2 


64.3 


84.0 





924.3 


209.7 


1.048 7 


206.7 


474.0 


972.7 


38.2 


119.0 


178.7 


404.1 


3609 


166.6 


499.2 


58.1 


78.5 


116.7 


N 


833.3 


244.5 


1,022.1 


155.4 


415.7 


942.4 


31.4 


116.1 


162.9 


421.4 


318.2 


143.3 


469.3 


56.0 


71.2 


109.3 


D 


918.5 


201.6 


957.3 


169.6 


313.4 


794.1 


24.7 


94.4 


148.0 


353.8 


255.4 


126.5 


360.3 


40.0 


57.4 


77.7 


1985 J 


8749 


257.7 


1,121.8 


212.8 


357.9 


874.8 


29.7 


106.7 


173.8 


351.0 


367.2 


216.1 


391.8 


42.8 


65.8 


74.8 


F 


1.076.8 


251.9 


1,1838 


179.0 


360.3 


815.1 


31.6 


115.5 


145.1 


314.0 


369.6 


229.1 


364.8 


38.0 


57.1 


67.7 


M 


1.308.0 


247.7 


1,077.1 


168.0 


4086 


984.5 


40.5 


113.7 


189.4 


410.3 


3644 


200.6 


428.0 


47.7 


689 


90.1 


A 


1,402.7 


268.3 


1,285.5 


437.6 


388.4 


936.9 


43.0 


135.6 


176.8 


350.0 


317.9 


145.5 


4340 


49.1 


64.4 


84.2 


M 


1,371 7 


260.2 


1 ,248.0 


227.4 


390.4 


935.2 


42.5 


128.7 


172.5 


357.3 


315.2 


137.3 


463.7 


52.4 


63.7 


876 


J 


1,404 7 


281.5 


1 ,399.4 


148.9 


360.2 


853.3 


38.8 


135.7 


157.1 


320 7 


327.5 


1683 


416.8 


44.8 


60.2 


83.7 


J 


1.206.7 


244.0 


1,152.7 


173.9 


379 1 


912.6 


38.4 


122.7 


1830 


359.1 


485.4 


283 1 


4429 


54.7 


64.9 


86.1 


A 


7967 


260.9 


1,124.8 


308 2 


372.7 


891.2 


28.4 


118.5 


180.2 


334.2 


457.2 


2644 


4530 


57.7 


68.4 


78.5 


S 


1 .249.0 


271.7 


1,200.5 


190.7 


388.9 


881.9 


28.7 


131.3 


163.2 


323 4 


378.1 


178.2 


452.5 


56.7 


68.2 


89.2 





1.309.4 


226.8 


1,130.3 


294.3 


433.2 


986.0 


36.8 


135.5 


176.8 


381.3 


3857 


1809 


478.7 


58.8 


73.5 


102 8 


N 


1.350.8 


330.9 


1,402.5 


283.7 


383.0 


940.7 


30.2 


155.0 


170.5 


341.9 


3386 


150.2 


4648 


58.2 


68.1 


97.7 


D 


1,116.4 


222.3 


1,148.7 


153.0 


333.5 


858.7 


27.8 


111.4 


165.3 


350.9 


2986 


149.7 


3824 


46.3 


54.7 


74.4 


1986 J 


1,047.5 


266.9 


1,165.2 


272.6 


383.3 


958.6 


32.7 


124.6 


190.1 


366.4 


420.6 


253.8 


471.7 


54.3 


78.0 


79.9 


F 


1,468 2 


3296 


1,438.1 


234.6 


356.2 


931.4 


34.7 


141.4 


169.6 


3303 


482.7 


306.8 


431.9 


45.1 


62.4 


89.0 



Sources: Imports by Commodities (65-007), Summary of External Trade (65-001), Statistics Canada. 



119 



Section 1 2 ■ Transportation 

122 1. Carloadings of Revenue Freight 

123 2. Operating Statistics of Canadian Railways 

123 3. Operating Statistics of Canadian Pipelines 

124 4. Urban Transit Operating Statistics 



121 



Section 12— Table 1 

Table 1: Carloadings of revenue freight on Canadian railways 1 (thousand cars) 



April 1986 















Farm products and food 








Mine products 






Total 


ailway 


























revenue 


freight 


Total 




















Coal, 




loadings (carload 


revenue 
















Other 




sand, 




and non 


carload) 


cars 




Other 


Fresh 


Other 






Iron 


metal 




cement 


Year 


(000 metric tonnes) 


loaded 




grain 


fruits 


agri- 


Animals 


Prepared 


ore and 


ores and 




and other 


and 






(carload 




and grain 


and vege- 


culture 


and their 


food 


concen- 


concen- 




mine 


month 


Unadj 


S.A. 


only) 


Wheat 


products 


tables 


products 


products 


products 


trates 


trates 


Potash 


products 


D 


5324 


5325 


5300 


5301 


5302 


5303 


5304 


5305 


5306 


5307 


5308 


5309 


5310 


1984 


239,816 




3.659.6 


332.4 


158.9 


2.1 


23.1 


8.6 


29.8 


399.5 


149.1 


120.7 


703.1 


1985 


238,098 




3.597.5 


2452 


116.6 


2.0 


21.1 


7.1 


29.5 


424.2 


142.1 


109.1 


745.1 


1984 M 


18,911 


18,476 


293.8 


16.4 


14.2 


0.4 


2.3 


0.7 


2.4 


35.3 


10.7 


11.9 


52.2 


A 


19.814 


19,681 


299.9 


24.0 


13.2 


0.3 


2.0 


0.6 


2.4 


34.9 


13.7 


10.5 


56.3 


M 


22.499 


19.962 


337.3 


38.8 


14.5 


0.1 


1.9 


0.5 


2.7 


33.7 


15.4 


10.2 


61.6 


J 


20.566 


19.365 


314.7 


42.4 


10.8 


— 


1.6 


0.5 


2.4 


31.9 


14.5 


6.6 


58.7 


J 


20,054 


20,281 


304.8 


44.7 


10.7 


— 


1.3 


0.5 


2.5 


24.4 


9.3 


8.1 


63.2 


A 


20,850 


20.777 


318.9 


39.5 


9.4 


— 


1.1 


0.7 


2.8 


27.1 


13.8 


12.9 


64.7 


S 


20,314 


20.767 


306.8 


25.8 


15.8 


— 


1.8 


0.7 


2.5 


36.9 


12.3 


9.8 


62.7 


o 


22,623 


20,208 


341.6 


27.0 


17.0 


0.1 


2.5 


1.4 


2.6 


42.6 


13.6 


9.9 


68.0 


N 


21 ,730 


21 ,482 


330.1 


30.1 


13.0 


0.3 


2.5 


1.4 


2.4 


37.9 


12.8 


9.6 


67.5 


D 


16.929 


19.574 


256.2 


12.4 


9.4 


0.3 


18 


0.4 


2.0 


34.8 


10.0 


10.2 


49.6 


1985 J 


18,348 


19.736 


281.5 


11.3 


10.3 


0.3 


1.7 


0.8 


2.5 


29.2 


11.2 


8.0 


59.5 


F 


17,241 


19.529 


265.8 


13.1 


7.1 


0.2 


1.7 


0.6 


2.3 


29.3 


11.0 


7.7 


53.6 


M 


20,103 


19,848 


306.3 


11.7 


9.0 


0.4 


2.0 


0.6 


2.1 


34.5 


10.9 


12.1 


69.0 


A 


20,509 


19,948 


309.4 


16.0 


8.7 


0.4 


2.0 


0.5 


2.4 


34.3 


12.4 


12.2 


68.6 


M 


22,033 


19,727 


332.5 


32.4 


8.5 


0.3 


1.6 


0.5 


2.9 


37.7 


14.3 


11.5 


66.7 


J 


20,375 


19,470 


307.8 


31.2 


9.7 


0.1 


1.6 


0.5 


2.6 


35.9 


13.0 


5.5 


63.3 


J 


19,538 


19,617 


295.0 


23.1 


11.2 


— 


1.6 


0.4 


2.7 


34.2 


9.0 


6.4 


62.9 


A 


18.911 


19.054 


286.5 


15.0 


8.8 


— 


1.3 


0.4 


2.7 


35.6 


12.7 


82 


59.6 


S 


19,458 


19.711 


292.6 


16.0 


9.6 


— 


1.7 


0.4 


2.7 


38.6 


12.3 


10.7 


58.8 





22,788 


20,133 


341.9 


31.6 


11.8 


0.1 


22 


1.1 


2.7 


40.8 


13.1 


9.5 


68.5 


N 


20,128 


20,235 


303.0 


24.6 


11.5 


0.1 


2.0 


1.0 


2.2 


37.8 


11.8 


7.4 


59.5 


D 


18.666 


21.071 


275.2 


19.2 


10.4 


0.1 


1.7 


0.3 


1.7 


36.3 


10.4 


9.9 


55.1 


1986 J 


19.263 


20.929 


290.7 


16.8 


8.8 





1.8 


0.4 


2.2 


30.3 


11.3 


8.4 


60.8 


F 


18.262 


20,715 


278.2 


17.2 


11.7 


0.1 


1.7 


0.3 


2.1 


30.8 


11.0 


8.6 


51.3 














Manufactures and 


miscellaneous 




Non 














Iron 














carloads 
(small 








Other 


Motor 








Other 






Forest products 




and steel, 


metals, 


vehicles 








manu- 


package 














primary 
and 


primary 


and parts 








factures 


freight) 
(•000 


Receipts 


Piggyback 
traffic 


Year 


Lumber 




Other 


and 


(incl. 


Refined 






and 


from 


and 


and 




forest 


manu- 


manu- 


agri- 


petroleum 


Chemicals 


Paper and 


miscel- 


metric 


U.S. con- 


(incl. in 


month 


plywood 


Pulpwood 


products 


factured 


factured 


cultural) 


products 


and acids 


paper board 


laneous 


tonnes) 


nections 


loadings) 


D 


5311 


5312 


5313 


5314 


5315 


5316 


5317 


5318 


5319 


5320 


5321 


5322 


5323 


1984 


184.2 


189 


264 


61.2 


346 


116.9 


124.7 


115.1 


124.6 


755.5 


42 


309.9 


424.3 


1985 


189.9 


191.4 


23.0 


60.1 


38.8 


143.1 


113.1 


115.1 


124.8 


756.3 


39 


297.0 


420.0 


1984 M 


16.9 


11.2 


2.1 


5.5 


3.5 


11.5 


10.6 


11.0 


10.7 


64.3 


3 


28.7 


36.7 


A 


16.2 


14.4 


2.0 


5.5 


2.9 


10.6 


9.4 


9.3 


10.2 


61.5 


3 


28.1 


33.5 


M 


15.9 


19.5 


2.3 


6.0 


3.2 


11.4 


10.1 


9.9 


11.9 


67.7 


3 


28.8 


37.1 


J 


16.0 


17.5 


2.1 


5.4 


2.5 


10.7 


9.2 


8.4 


10.2 


63.2 


3 


27.4 


35.1 


J 


15.1 


16.2 


2.3 


5.0 


2.3 


8.5 


9.9 


8.6 


10.7 


61.5 


5 


23.1 


34.5 


A 


15.1 


17.5 


2.4 


4.5 


2.9 


8.6 


10.4 


9.4 


10.6 


65.5 


6 


25.4 


37.9 


S 


14.1 


16.4 


1.9 


4.7 


2.6 


8.6 


9.8 


8.5 


9.0 


62.9 


5 


27.7 


39.6 





16.2 


18.2 


2.6 


5.0 


3.0 


9.3 


11.6 


9.8 


10.6 


70.6 


4 


24.9 


39.0 


N 


15.1 


17.1 


2.6 


4.9 


2.6 


10.5 


11.5 


9.6 


10.1 


68.6 


3 


23.6 


37.5 


D 


12.3 


13.5 


1.8 


4.0 


2.6 


8.5 


10.4 


8.8 


9.3 


54.1 


2 


23.4 


30.1 


1985 J 


15.6 


17.4 


2.4 


4.9 


3.4 


10.4 


11.2 


10.6 


11.1 


59.7 


2 


24.4 


32.3 


F 


13.8 


16.8 


2.4 


5.0 


2.9 


10.3 


10.2 


87 


10.6 


58.5 


3 


23.4 


32.1 


M 


16.0 


173 


1.9 


5.5 


3.3 


12.4 


97 


9.8 


11.5 


66.6 


3 


27.7 


36.3 


A 


17.6 


16.3 


1.8 


5.1 


3.6 


13.3 


8.5 


9.9 


10.2 


65.6 


3 


26.3 


35.7 


M 


18.2 


16.8 


1.9 


4.9 


3.4 


13.7 


9.0 


10.5 


10.5 


67.2 


3 


26.1 


37.5 


J 


16.4 


15.5 


1.6 


5.0 


2.6 


13.6 


8.5 


8.9 


9.7 


62.6 


4 


25.1 


34.8 


J 


16.9 


15.6 


1.8 


5.0 


2.7 


10.7 


9.0 


9.1 


9.5 


63.2 


5 


22.0 


35.5 


A 


15.5 


15.5 


1.9 


4.4 


3.0 


10.3 


8.7 


9.4 


10.6 


62.9 


4 


24.0 


35.5 


S 


15.5 


15.2 


1.8 


5.1 


3.5 


12.1 


9.1 


9.3 


10.2 


60.0 


4 


24.8 


33.9 





17.4 


17.7 


1.8 


5.6 


3.7 


13.5 


9.8 


10.4 


10.7 


69.9 


3 


26.0 


39.5 


N 


13.9 


14.7 


2.0 


5.1 


3.4 


12.3 


9.4 


9.5 


10.2 


64.7 


3 


25.0 


36.5 


D 


13.1 


12.6 


1.7 


4.5 


3.3 


10.5 


10.0 


9.0 


10.0 


55.4 


2 


22.2 


30.4 


1986 J 


17.1 


159 


2.0 


5.0 


4.3 


11.3 


10.1 


9.7 


10.6 


63.9 


2 


249 


34.8 


F 


15.7 


15.5 


24 


43 


4.0 


11.8 


7.8 


9.3 


10.3 


62.3 


2 


24.2 


34.2 



'Commencing January 1981. only 22 class 1 and 2 carriers operated in Canada These Statistics represent 99 per cent of railway traffic in Canada. 
Source: Railway Carloadings (52-001), monthly, Statistics Canada. 



122 



April 1986 

Table 2: Operating statistics of Canadian railways 1 



Section 12— Tables 2 and 3 





Railway operating revenues 




Railway 


Railway 


Revenue 


Revenue 










operating 
expenses 


operating 
income 


Freight 
tonne-km 


passenger - 
kilometres 


Year 


Total 


Freight 


Passenger 


and 
















month 






Millions of dollars 






Millions 




D 


4013 


4014 


4015 


4016 


4017 


4019 


4021 


1983 


6.7857 


5,120.0 


172.8 


6,351.2 


443.6 


219,815 


2,073 


1984 


7,354.3 


6,020.2 


182.9 


6,851 4 


5925 


244,544 


2.087 


1983 D 


6462 


515.9 


13.3 


619.5 


26.7 


17,114 


191 


1984 J 


555.3 


441.0 


12.8 


544.2 


11.1 


18,811 


147 


F 


569.8 


461.2 


11.4 


537.3 


32.5 


18,837 


129 


M 


621.5 


491.6 


13.9 


564.9 


56.7 


19,822 


164 


A 


618.1 


502.5 


13.3 


558.9 


59.2 


19,903 


155 


M 


676.7 


571.1 


14.3 


603.1 


73.6 


22,282 


168 


J 


612.7 


510.0 


16.5 


557.4 


55.3 


21.290 


184 


J 


643.9 


525.8 


20.9 


583.2 


60.7 


21.768 


238 


A 


652.6 


524.9 


22.7 


598 7 


53.9 


21,258 


262 


S 


598.5 


4887 


15.4 


558.2 


40.4 


20.935 


172 





659.8 


549.1 


13.7 


602.2 


57.7 


21 ,479 


155 


N 


628.4 


523.6 


11.6 


581.7 


46.7 


21.159 


136 


D 


517.0 


430.7 


16.4 


561.6 


44.6 


17,000 


177 


1985 J 


589.3 


470.0 


13.8 


585.6 


3.7 


17.985 


147 


F 


551.4 


442.8 


12.9 


560.3 


8.8 


17.425 


140 


M 


632.8 


509.5 


15.2 


605.1 


27.8 


20.271 


173 


A 


640.8 


521.8 


14.5 


604.7 


36.1 


19,513 


159 


M 


670.7 


549.3 


16.4 


634.6 


36.2 


21,568 


183 


J 


6343 


518.6 


18.9 


597.2 


37.1 


20,573 


197 


J 


616.7 


490.8 


25.2 


604.3 


12.1 


18,536 


259 


A 


577.1 


475.6 


26.3 


565.8 


11.3 


18,365 


285 


S 


602.9 


486.9 


17.7 


584.3 


18.6 


18,588 


285 





685.3 


566.3 


17.1 


652.1 


33.2 


21 ,452 


183 


N 


631.9 


508.9 


13.8 


582.5 


49.4 


19,162 


144 



'Data lor 1970 through 1972 refer to class 1 and 2 carriers whose gross annual revenues totalled $500,000 or more. Information for the period January 1 973-December 1978 refers to 
only 6 major railways. Commencing January 1979, data for 7 major railways (accounting for 95 per cent or more of the total operating revenues) are shown. 
Source: Railway Operating Statistics (52-003), Statistics Canada. 

Table 3: Operating statistics of Canadian pipelines 







Crude oil 1 








Products 






Total 


Natural gas 






Net receipts 








Net receipts 


















M 3 - 
km 


Tonne 
km 


M 3 


Tonnes 


M 3 - 

km 


Tonne 


revenue 


M 3 - 
km 


Tonne 


Year 


M 3 


Tonnes 


km 






Million 
dollars 




month 




Millions 








Millions 






Millions 




D 


4072 


4073 


4074 


4075 


4077 


4078 


4079 


4080 


344726 


4084 


4085 


1984 


95.94 


80.98 


100 998 


85 253 


53.58 


40.80 


21 761 


16 571 


7,012.3 


96 424 207 


69 834 


1985 


98.72 


82.07 


99 065 


83 620 


51.64 


39.33 


21 939 


15 706 


7,417.7 


104 877 615 


76 446 


1984 F 


7.94 


6.70 


7 824 


6 604 


3.87 


2.95 


1 758 


1 339 


773.5 


8 257 021 


6 028 


M 


8.20 


6.92 


8 639 


7 292 


4.10 


3.12 


1 902 


1 448 


805.9 


8 454 322 


6 172 


A 


7.72 


6.52 


8 262 


6 974 


3.79 


289 


1 624 


1 237 


606.3 


7 879 831 


5 752 


M 


7.90 


6.67 


9 192 


7 759 


3.84 


2.92 


1 683 


1 282 


487.7 


7 575 516 


4 974 


J 


7.94 


6.70 


8 033 


6 781 


7.65 


5.83 


1 599 


1 218 


3535 


6 989 935 


5 103 


J 


8.45 


7.13 


9 088 


7 671 


3.93 


2.99 


1 802 


1 372 


3288 


6 760 841 


4 935 


A 


8.10 


6.84 


8 993 


7 591 


4.16 


3.17 


1 734 


1 320 


332.5 


6 851 079 


5 001 


S 


7.22 


6.09 


7 346 


6 201 


3.90 


2.97 


1 614 


1 229 


377.9 


6 993 352 


5 105 


O 


8.17 


6.90 


8 235 


6 951 


4.62 


3.52 


2 063 


1 571 


490.3 


8 366 856 


6 108 


N 


8.02 


6.77 


8 649 


7 301 


4.60 


3.50 


1 916 


1 459 


679.9 


8 623 212 


6 295 


D 


8.29 


7.00 


8 422 


7 109 


4.68 


3.56 


2 125 


1 618 


826 1 


9 539 419 


6 964 


1985 J 


8.04 


6.79 


8 382 


7 075 


4.59 


3.50 


1 993 


1 518 


980.0 


10 254 611 


7 486 


F 


7.47 


6.31 


8314 


7 018 


4.01 


3.05 


1 610 


226 


898.9 


9 356 179 


6 830 


M 


8.46 


7.14 


9 177 


7 746 


4.37 


3.33 


1 878 


1 430 


816.3 


9 286 366 


6 779 


A 


7.85 


6.63 


8 483 


7 160 


3.85 


2.93 


1 650 


1 256 


639.2 


8 328 614 


6 080 


M 


8.42 


7.11 


8 338 


7 038 


4.06 


3.09 


1 673 


1 274 


461.4 


7 563 743 


5 522 


J 


8.15 


5.61 


7 628 


6 439 


3.96 


3.02 


1 578 


1 202 


375.8 


8 033 743 


5 865 


J 


8.54 


7.20 


7 874 


6 646 


4.38 


3.34 


1 666 


1 269 


350.2 


7 958 655 


5810 


A 


8.27 


6.98 


7 812 


6 594 


4.27 


3.25 


1 847 


1 406 


3599 


7 758 172 


5 663 


S 


7.78 


6.57 


8 084 


6 824 


4.25 


3.24 


1 843 


1 403 


398.7 


7 901 720 


5 768 


O 


8.48 


7.16 


8 422 


7 109 


4.50 


3.43 


1 975 


1 504 


527.2 


8 729 866 


6 373 


N 


8.37 


7.07 


8 352 


7 050 


4.47 


3.40 


2 001 


1 524 


720.7 


9 114 905 


6 539 


D 


8.89 


7.50 


8 199 


6 921 


4.93 


3.75 


2 225 


1 694 


889.4 


10 591 041 


7 731 



1986 J 



8.76 



7.39 



8 129 



6 862 



5.09 



3.88 



2 309 



1 758 



'Includes gathering and trunk lines 3 Received from field and processing plants by transport systems 
Sources: Oil Pipeline Transport (55-001), and Gas Utilities (55-002), Statistics Canada. 



123 



Section 12— Table 4 

Table 4: Urban Transit Operating Statistics, Canada 



April 1986 



Year 
and 
month 



1984 
1985 



1984 



F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 

s 
o 

N 
D 

1986 J 





Urban and suburban 


services 




All services 












Vehicle 








Establishments 


Passengers 


Passenger 


distance 


Diesel 


Gasoline 


Electricity 


reporting' 


carried 


revenue 


run 


fuel used 


used 


used 






Thousand 


Thousand 


Thousand 




Thousand 




Thousands 


dollars 


km 


litres 


Litres 


kw.h 


462000 


46201 1 


462022 


462033 


462044 


462055 


462067 


787 


1 ,395,290.6 


792,099.6 


2 498.3 


298 502.2 


2 085 561 


657 360.3 


796 


1,430,833.8 


860.356.5 


2 458.2 


308 361 .2 


2 332 714 


687 730.2 


66 


123,926.5 


67.578.6 


220.8 


25 532.3 


207 827 


60 068.4 


66 


131,358.9 


74.887.5 


222.5 


28 103.7 


195 497 


60 917.2 


66 


118,819.1 


66.108.3 


220.6 


24 093.1 


163 256 


59 127.7 


66 


118,944.4 


66.151.0 


228.9 


25 179.6 


185 864 


54 287.9 


65 


116,063.1 


66.984.2 


204.8 


24 202.5 


179 023 


52 216.3 


64 


92,456.8 


53.786.4 


163.4 


21 106.1 


81 788 


47 342.2 


64 


92,316.3 


54,510.3 


157.8 


22 125.1 


85 995 


48 329.4 


66 


119,158.3 


68,219.6 


201.2 


24 034.7 


148 611 


48 549.2 


66 


117.406.0 


66.237.8 


232.8 


24 888.2 


195 807 


52 298.6 


66 


113.178.2 


66.635.2 


220.4 


25 481 .5 


203 010 


52 720.0 


66 


132,119.9 


76.026.2 


200.8 


27 600.3 


226 126 


57 250.7 


67 


122,923.3 


73.541.3 


221.6 


27 419.1 


238 027 


66 834.5 


65 


120,177.1 


69.017.0 


207.3 


25 193.1 


182 919 


62 176.2 


65 


132,010.1 


75,762.0 


215.9 


27 578.4 


170 852 


62 997.4 


65 


118,877.7 


70.029.7 


210.9 


24 221 .0 


299 632 


58 790.9 


66 


119.500 3 


66.984.2 


228.2 


25 414.2 


177 152 


55 662.2 


66 


117.113.6 


72,391 .4 


199.9 


24 873.2 


148 927 


53 723.6 


67 


100,3196 


61,597.5 


171.1 


23 777.8 


79 956 


51 847.1 


67 


100.222.4 


65,276.6 


180.2 


24 280.3 


121 994 


53 992.7 


67 


112.586.0 


77,584.2 


193.5 


25 163.2 


202 524 


53 577.3 


67 


126,410.0 


74,425.3 


219.4 


25 586.1 


223 972 


53 946.2 


67 


127,843.3 


73,107.5 


210.0 


26 542.6 


231 046 


54 991.6 


67 


132,850.5 


80,639.7 


200.3 


28 312.1 


255 713 


59 190.3 


67 


126,754.1 


79,052.0 


219.7 


28 284.6 


269 294 


66 061.1 



'Establishments earning gross annual total operating revenue ot $500,000 or more from urban transit operations 
Source: Urban Transit (53-003), Monthly, Statistics Canada. 



124 



Sectic 


>n 13 


126 


1 . 


127 


2. 


128 


3. 


129 


4. 


130 


5. 


130 


6. 


131 


7. 


132 


8. 


133 


9. 


133 


10. 



■ Finance 

Bank of Canada 

Canadian Chartered Banks 

Currency Outside Banks and Chartered Bank Deposits 

Business Bankruptcies and Liabilities, by Type of Industry 

Sales of Life Insurance in Canada 

Benefit Payments of All Life Insurance Companies 

Security Issues and Retirements 

Stock Exchange Statistics 

Federal Government Budgetary Revenues 

Budgetary Expenditures by Principal Classes 



125 



Section 13— Table 1 

Table 1: Bank of Canada (million dollars) 



April 1986 

















Assets 






















Government of Canada direct and guaranteed securities 














Net 


























Advances 






amount 












Other maturities 












to 






of gov't 


























chartered 






of Canada 












Over 


Over 












and 


Cheques 


items in 


End ol 




Treasury 


3 years 


3 


years 5 


years to 


Over 










savings 


on other 


process of 


period 




bills 


and under 


to 5 


years 


10 years 


10 years 




Total 




Total 


banks 




banks 


settlement 


B 




202 


204 




205 


206 


207 




203 




201 


210 




214 


215 


1984 




3,483 


4,654 




1,746 


2,485 


4,784 




13,669 




17,152 


50 




532 


36 


1985 




3,984 


3.460 




1,954 


2.976 


3.294 




11.683 




15,667 


3,469 




767 


146 


1984 M 




2,488 


5.132 




1,687 


2,370 


5,225 




14.414 




16,902 


4 




2,517 


116 


A 




2.438 


4,768 




1,805 


2,555 


5,208 




14,336 




16.774 


43 




420 


950 


M 




2.033 


4,778 




1,839 


2,578 


5.227 




14,422 




16,455 


77 




343 


719 


J 




2,945 


4,438 




1,886 


3,009 


5.037 




14,369 




17,314 


— 




2,748 


613 


J 




2.222 


5,174 




1,426 


2,972 


4,899 




14,471 




16.693 


83 




784 


658 


A 




1,909 


4.952 




1,663 


2,883 


4.966 




14,465 




16,374 


— 




2,519 


643 


S 




2,150 


5,096 




1,521 


2.854 


4.990 




14,462 




16,612 


160 




2,687 


738 







2,470 


4,552 




1,770 


2,741 


4,830 




13,892 




16,363 


— 




368 


1.003 


N 




3,571 


4,776 




1,714 


2,637 


4,692 




13,820 




17,391 


— 




2.464 


662 


D 




3,483 


4,654 




1,746 


2,485 


4.784 




13,669 




17,152 


50 




532 


36 


1985 J 




3,643 


4,336 




1.660 


2,831 


4,513 




13,341 




16,983 


184 




306 


499 


F 




3,677 


4,563 




1,597 


2,797 


4,507 




13,464 




17,140 


20 




478 


824 


M 




2.993 


4.734 




1,558 


2,853 


4,429 




13,574 




16,567 


259 




3.277 


479 


A 




3.006 


4,757 




1,434 


2,804 


4.038 




13,033 




16,039 


692 




469 


719 


M 




3.233 


4,813 




1,892 


2,513 


3.916 




13.135 




16,368 


1,127 




3.159 


780 


J 




3.754 


4.761 




1,827 


2,478 


3.716 




12.782 




16,536 


1,421 




3.273 


708 


J 




3,285 


4.464 




1,881 


2,569 


3,745 




12,659 




15,944 


1,701 




424 


410 


A 




3,515 


4.468 




1,881 


2,579 


3,746 




12,674 




16,189 


1,857 




3.197 


591 


S 




3,616 


4.296 




2,045 


2,489 


3.773 




12,602 




16,219 


2,006 




780 


534 







2,868 


3.874 




2,023 


2,958 


3.459 




12.313 




15,181 


3,122 




581 


1,213 


N 




3,632 


3,980 




1,936 


2,931 


3.316 




12.161 




15,793 


3,164 




2,784 


692 


D 




3,984 


3,460 




1,954 


2.976 


3,294 




1 1 ,683 




15,667 


3,469 




767 


146 


1986 J 




3,939 


3,328 




1.954 


3,124 


3,112 




11,517 




15,456 


3,233 




3,106 


550 


F 




3.321 


3,155 




1,800 


3.109 


2,724 




10,789 




14,110 


3,406 




3,610 


41 




















Liabilities 






















Canadian dollar deposits 












Assets 




Notes in circulation 
















All other 


liabilities 












Foreign 
central 






Accrued 
















Govern- 






Bank of 






interest 






Held by 








ment of 


banks & 




Foreign 


Canada 






on 




Total 








Govern- 




Canada 


official 


currencv 


cheques 


All 


End of 


invest- 


All other 


assets or Chartered 






ment of Chartered 


enter- 


insti- 




liabi- 


out- 


other 


period 


ments 


accounts' 


liabilities 


banks 


Others 


Total 


Canada 


banks 


prises 


tutions 


Other 


lities 


standing 


accounts 2 


B 


216 


217 


200/250 


252 


253 


251 


254 


255 




256 


257 


258 


259 


260 


261 


1984 


401 


99 


18,934 


2,986 


12,250 


15,236 


55 


2,772 




1 


186 


44 


13 


553 


38 


1985 


345 


168 


21,135 


3,371 


13,301 


16,672 


313 


2,201 




— 


117 


52 


372 


936 


267 


1984 M 


471 


92 


20.750 


1.524 


11,004 


12,528 


674 


3,458 




2 


249 


44 


425 


2,782 


497 


A 


470 


94 


19.024 


2.025 


10.986 


13,011 


528 


3,382 




— 


145 


44 


52 


1.337 


447 


M 


491 


95 


18,671 


1,869 


1 1 .367 


13,237 


204 


3,314 




— 


143 


44 


265 


1.008 


404 


J 


425 


97 


21 ,458 


1.762 


1 1 ,992 


13,754 


461 


3,386 




— 


148 


44 


35 


3,107 


360 


J 


518 


97 


19,497 


2,194 


1 1 ,677 


13,871 


138 


3,298 




— 


115 


44 


441 


1,009 


405 


A 


465 


98 


20,592 


1.848 


1 1 .950 


13,798 


127 


3.134 




— 


106 


44 


77 


2,878 


279 


S 


478 


100 


21,011 


1,818 


11.810 


13,628 


259 


3,233 




— 


165 


44 


18 


3,255 


277 





464 


100 


18,608 


2,251 


1 1 ,598 


13,849 


175 


2,389 




— 


134 


44 


93 


1,551 


325 


N 


457 


102 


21.283 


1,821 


12,030 


13,851 


174 


3,067 




— 


181 


44 


29 


3.681 


215 


D 


401 


99 


18.934 


2,986 


12.250 


15.236 


55 


2,772 




1 


186 


44 


13 


553 


38 


1985 J 


460 


98 


18.697 


2,080 


1 1 .573 


13,653 


762 


3,040 




_ 


121 


53 


8 


806 


200 


F 


430 


98 


19,772 


2,146 


1 1 .628 


13,774 


827 


2.682 




1 


122 


53 


614 


1.160 


348 


M 


432 


103 


21 .401 


1,904 


1 1 .823 


13,727 


438 


2.856 




1 


186 


53 


110 


3.404 


503 


A 


425 


109 


19,025 


2,272 


11.842 


14,114 


11 


2,834 




— 


165 


52 


5 


1.213 


457 


M 


417 


111 


22,692 


1,982 


12,329 


14,311 


147 


3.351 




1 


121 


52 


535 


3,536 


427 


J 


382 


118 


23,627 


2,137 


12,833 


14,970 


180 


3,220 




— 


99 


52 


179 


4,292 


378 


J 


449 


124 


19,495 


2.569 


12,464 


15,033 


358 


2,364 




— 


92 


52 


276 


794 


388 


A 


426 


129 


22,589 


2.162 


12,855 


15,017 


172 


3,064 




— 


101 


52 


22 


3,507 


503 


S 


413 


176 


20.538 


2.374 


12,467 


14,841 


11 


2,991 




— 


92 


52 


181 


1,446 


576 


O 


401 


189 


21,005 


2,379 


12,663 


15,042 


452 


2.880 




1 


74 


52 


108 


1.669 


617 


N 


387 


205 


23.637 


2,101 


13,026 


15.127 


173 


2,804 




— 


116 


52 


172 


4.433 


624 


D 


345 


168 


21,135 


3,371 


13,301 


16.672 


313 


2,201 




— 


117 


52 


372 


936 


267 


1986 J 


414 


154 


23,543 


2.105 


12,747 


14.852 


201 


3,589 







119 


60 


343 


3.772 


231 


F 


347 


158 


22,704 






14,820 


136 


2.740 






98 


60 


544 


3.739 


429 



'Bank premises and all other assets 
Source: Bank of Canada Review. 



'Includes the total of capital and rest fund which has amounted to $30 million since December 31, 1955 



126 



April 1986 

Table 2: Canadian chartered banks (million dollars) 



Section 13— Table 2 







Canadian cash 


reserves and liquid assets 12 










Liabilities 


















Average cash 








Canadian dollar deposits 










Total cash reserves 
actual 


Canadian 
dollar 


reserve-ratio (°/c 
actually held 


) 






















Provincial 












End of 








statutory 




Government 


govern- 


Personal 


Other 


Other 


Public 




period 


1-15 




16-31 


deposits 


1-15 


16-31 of Canada 


ments 


savings 


notice 


banks 3 


demand 


Total 


B 


818 




819 


806 


822 


823 


652 


653 


654 


655 


656 


657 


651 


1984 


5,307 




5,338 


135.256 


4.04 


4.06 


2.797 


1,163 


109,468 


42.081 


4,870 


17,270 


177.649 


1985 


5,611 




5,648 


141.725 


4.02 


4.04 


4,350 


1,125 


119,443 


39.182 


6,471 


17,802 


181,919 


1984 M 


5,561 




5,533 


131,797 


4.22 


4.20 


4,935 


1,381 


103.224 


38.611 


5,452 


16,326 


169,929 


A 


5.536 




5,590 


131,379 


4.22 


4.26 


2.645 


1,068 


105.565 


38,039 


5,634 


17,476 


170,426 


M 


5,539 




5,491 


131,588 


4.21 


4.18 


2,950 


975 


105,816 


38.333 


5.497 


16,537 


170,108 


J 


5,334 




5,365 


130,169 


4.10 


4.12 


1,936 


958 


106,716 


39,657 


5,456 


17,502 


172,225 


J 


5,357 




5.364 


131,718 


4.07 


407 


2,214 


1,069 


107,047 


39.191 


5,227 


16,639 


171,387 


A 


5.403 




5.421 


133.843 


4.04 


4.05 


1,324 


960 


107,792 


40,341 


5,062 


16,133 


171,612 


S 


5.236 




5,211 


133,666 


4.05 


4.08 


1,763 


1,033 


108,536 


40.832 


5,034 


16,473 


173,671 





5.199 




5,153 


133,471 


4.08 


4.04 


2,251 


965 


110,558 


39,823 


4.991 


16,548 


175,135 


N 


5,182 




5,178 


132.860 


4.03 


4.03 


4,360 


1,150 


108,824 


39.491 


4,794 


16,239 


174,858 





5,307 




5,338 


135,256 


4.04 


4.06 


2,797 


1,163 


109,468 


42.081 


4,870 


17,270 


177,649 


1985 J 


5,409 




5,369 


135.550 


4.04 


4.01 


2,770 


975 


110,784 


40,414 


4.824 


15,391 


175,158 


F 


5,434 




5.421 


136,738 


4.05 


4.04 


4,153 


1,063 


111,171 


40,153 


5.024 


15.094 


176,658 


M 


5.251 




5.225 


134,488 


4.05 


4.03 


4.424 


1.208 


112,635 


39,553 


4,886 


15,042 


177,748 


A 


5,312 




5,325 


135,870 


4.02 


4.03 


2.702 


1.129 


115,004 


39.350 


4,567 


16,145 


178,896 


M 


5,413 




5,428 


136.899 


4.01 


4.02 


3,175 


1.069 


115,555 


39,375 


4.518 


16.063 


179,755 


J 


5,336 




5,336 


136,122 


4.04 


4.04 


2,118 


1,066 


116,439 


39,910 


4,689 


16.941 


181,164 


J 


5,278 




5,262 


136,492 


4.04 


4.03 


1,736 


997 


116.518 


39,073 


4,699 


16.299 


179,322 


A 


5,284 




5,323 


137,539 


4.01 


4.04 


2,875 


1,036 


117,539 


39,071 


4,348 


16.363 


181,233 


S 


5,331 




5,393 


137,064 


4.05 


4.10 


3,742 


853 


118,269 


40,104 


5.056 


17,080 


185,104 


o 


5,436 




5,454 


138,336 


4.04 


4.05 


4,909 


928 


119.935 


39,659 


6.285 


16,959 


188,675 


N 


5,568 




5,567 


140,477 


4.03 


4.03 


8,522 


1,194 


118.842 


38,591 


6.742 


17,054 


190,945 


D 


5,611 




5,648 


141,725 


4.02 


4.04 


4,350 


1,125 


119,443 


39,182 


6,471 


17,802 


188,374 


1986 J 


6.012 




6,058 


144,250 


4.02 


4.06 


3,096 


1,248 


120,825 


39,885 


6.322 


15,926 


187,302 


F 


5.901 




5,883 


143,703 


4.05 


4.03 




































Assets 
















Liabilities 






























Government of Can; 
direct and 


ida 










Deben- 
















tures 








Bank of 




Treasury 




guaranteed bonds 






Advance 




issued 


Share- 


Total 




Canada 


Canadian 


bills 








End of 


from 


3ank 




and out- 


holders 


Canadian 




deposits 


day-to-day 


(amortized 


» 


years 


Over 


period 


of Canada 




standing 


equity* 


liabilities 


and notes 


loans 


value) 


and 


under 


3 years 


B 




658 




661 


663 


650 




603 


606 


607 




665 


610 


1984 




50 




2,647 


16,733 


218.236 




5,758 


15 


12,567 




677 


1.479 


1985 


3,447 




2,693 


18,767 


238.787 




5,572 


52 


12,276 




516 


2,052 


1984 F 




128 




2,495 


14,816 


206,077 




5.302 


31 


12,706 




872 


1,924 


M 




4 




2.561 


14,860 


208.419 




4.982 


8 


12,381 




1.033 


1,987 


A 




43 




2.519 


15,595 


208,785 




5.408 


3 


11,404 




1.022 


2.032 


M 




77 




2.564 


15,712 


209,606 




5,184 


33 


11,914 




988 


2.002 


J 




— 




2.461 


15,979 


212,317 




5.148 


18 


11,840 




1,050 


2.009 


J 




83 




2.386 


16,219 


212.390 




5.492 


17 


1 1 ,327 




1,111 


1.946 


A 




— 




2,378 


16,302 


211.922 




4.982 


80 


11,446 




1,017 


1.983 


s 




160 




2.376 


16,330 


214.429 




5,050 


5 


12,114 




1,004 


1.918 







— 




2.710 


16.378 


215.657 




4,641 


13 


13,064 




950 


1.737 


N 




— 




2,715 


16,596 


215,262 




4,888 


2 


11,181 




767 


1.608 


D 




50 




2.647 


16,733 


218,236 




5,758 


15 


12,567 




677 


1.479 


1985 J 




184 




2.700 


17,027 


217,672 




5,121 


20 


12,784 




603 


1,570 


F 




20 




2,698 


17,152 


219,695 




4,829 


13 


12,939 




555 


1,842 


M 




259 




2,696 


17,170 


220,945 




4,760 


— 


12,346 




683 


1.746 


A 




692 




2,695 


17.622 


222,211 




5,106 


26 


12,208 




547 


1,732 


M 


1 


127 




2,660 


17.781 


224.032 




5,333 


5 


12,222 




587 


1,682 


J 


1.421 




2,760 


17,823 


225.711 




5,357 


— 


10,929 




628 


1,879 


J 


1,701 




2,699 


18.055 


226.402 




4,934 


5 


1 1 ,656 




689 


1,803 


A 


1,857 




2,699 


18.085 


230,342 




5,227 


— 


13,461 




695 


1.567 


S 


2.006 




2,696 


18,104 


235,609 




5,365 


— 


13,494 




598 


1,609 





3,122 




2,693 


18,507 


239,743 




5,259 


18 


15,950 




503 


1,910 


N 


3,164 




2,693 


18,596 


243,117 




4,905 


10 


15,321 




508 


1,939 


D 


3,447 




2,693 


18,767 


238,787 




5,572 


52 


12,276 




516 


2,052 



3,236 



2,692 



19.131 



237,643 



5,696 



33 



10,458 



527 



2.203 



Conc'l on page 128 



127 



Section 13— Table 2/Concluded and Table 3 

Table 2: Canadian chartered banks (million dollars)/concluded 



April 1986 













Assets 
















Loans in Canadian currency* 








Canadian 


securities 


Canadian 














Mortgages 
insured 


Other 












Call and 


Provin- 


Canada 




resi- 


Provin- 




items 


Canadian 


End ol 


short 


cial-muni- 


Savings 


General 


under 


dential 


cial-muni- 




in transit 


dollar 


period 


loans 


cipal' 


Bonds' 


loans 


N.H.A 


mortgages 


cipal' 


Corporate 


(net) 


assets 


B 


612 


(622-623)" 


625 


627 


620 


621 


(617-618)' 


619 


628 


670 


1984 


1,666 


1,243 


1,303 


119.715 


13.648 


21,308 


1,486 


10,164 


858 


222,755 


1985 


1,513 


1,188 


1,335 


125.786 


15.352 


25,548 


1,871 


10,816 


1.026 


241,751 


1984 F 


1,603 


1,806 


819 


112.795 


12,309 


20,193 


1,244 


9.072 


-41 


210,628 


M 


1,439 


1,811 


703 


114,046 


12,456 


20,309 


1,230 


9.213 


724 


213,072 


A 


1,191 


1.365 


591 


113,758 


12,625 


20,522 


1,208 


9.147 


2.025 


212.634 


M 


864 


1.385 


458 


113,945 


12,878 


20,732 


1,275 


9,415 


1.187 


213.403 


J 


1.393 


1,416 


365 


115,681 


13,079 


20,991 


1,224 


9,588 


1.079 


216.413 


J 


1.276 


1,254 


263 


114,289 


13,227 


21,118 


1,488 


9,344 


374 


215.218 


A 


1,470 


1,155 


150 


116,110 


13,369 


21 ,261 


1,353 


9.411 


758 


216,129 


S 


1,054 


1,000 


64 


118,415 


13,433 


21 ,242 


1,338 


9,521 


1.166 


218,837 


O 


1,677 


1,027 


14 


118,764 


13.541 


21 ,259 


1,438 


9,586 


886 


219.765 


N 


1.377 


1.360 


1.435 


119,340 


13.553 


21 ,297 


1.467 


9,553 


1,936 


220.377 


D 


1.666 


1,243 


1,303 


119.715 


13.648 


21 ,308 


1,486 


10,164 


858 


222.755 


1985 J 


1,718 


1,276 


1,127 


118,859 


13,767 


21,515 


1,572 


9,854 


303 


222.970 


F 


901 


1,413 


985 


119,973 


13,856 


21,645 


1,865 


10,214 


92 


224.566 


M 


1,382 


1.601 


840 


122,644 


13,980 


21 ,908 


1,639 


10,423 


316 


227,098 


A 


1,725 


1.221 


704 


122,539 


14,123 


22,218 


1.405 


10,503 


1,200 


228,086 


M 


1,982 


1,216 


551 


122,182 


14,275 


22,492 


1.532 


10,652 


1.239 


228.564 


J 


2,008 


1,114 


415 


124,268 


14,532 


22,814 


1.470 


10,684 


1.958 


230.195 


J 


2,099 


957 


267 


123.565 


14,657 


23.195 


1,415 


10.624 


366 


230.768 


A 


2,281 


947 


165 


123.157 


14,823 


23,770 


1,372 


10,777 


417 


234,612 


S 


3,389 


1,041 


64 


123.745 


14,988 


24,161 


1,588 


10,734 


593 


238,912 


O 


2,139 


996 


9 


124,421 


15,088 


24,677 


1,737 


10,813 


574 


243.310 


N 


1,613 


1,061 


1,464 


124,174 


15,235 


25,166 


2,044 


10.779 


2.003 


245.909 


D 


1,513 


1,187 


1.335 


125,758 


15,352 


25,548 


1,871 


10,816 


1.026 


241.751 



1986 J 



1,206 



1,260 



126.684 



15,465 



25,961 



1,983 



10,953 



823 



241,614 



'Bank ol Canada deposits are averages of the juridical days in the month shown while Bank ot Canada notes and Canadian dollar deposit liabilities are averages ol the 4 consecutive 

Wednesdays ending with the second last Wednesday in the previous month. 'Daily averages for period. 'Mainly deposits of foreign banks. 'Capital, rest fund and undivided profits 

as at the latest fiscal year-end 'Including issues payable in foreign currency 'Excluding Canadian day-to-day loans. 'Securities purchased direct from issuer with a term of less 

than one year at time ol issue are classified as loans "Loans to finance purchase of Canada Savings Bonds at time of issue. "These series reflect the combination of two CANSIM 

series 

Source: Bank of Canada Review. 



Table 3: Currency outside banks and chartered bank deposits (million dollars) 





















Currency and chartered 




Currency 


outside banks 






Chartered bank deposits 






bank deposits 








Non-personal 








Held by 


End of 








Government 


Personal 


term 








general 


period 


Notes 


Coin 


Total 


of Canada 


savings 


and notice 


Demand 


Total' 


Total 2 


public' 


B 


2002 


2003 


2001 


2005 


2006 


2007 


2028 


2027 


2026 


2029 


1984 


12,117 


1,247 


13.364 


3,226 


108,281 


44,887 


16,872 


173,266 


186.630 


183.404 


1985 


13,073 


1,306 


14.379 


6,755 


118,201 


43,759 


18,497 


173,266 


201,591 


194.836 


1984 A 


10,762 


1,187 


1 1 ,950 


3,299 


103,329 


42,423 


16,721 


165,772 


177,722 


174,422 


M 


11,015 


1,193 


12,208 


2,517 


105,073 


43,283 


16,711 


167,583 


179,792 


177,275 


J 


11,201 


1,203 


12,403 


1,391 


105,648 


44,173 


16,863 


168,074 


180,477 


179,087 


J 


1 1 ,458 


1,218 


12,676 


2,160 


106,402 


44,875 


16,658 


170,094 


182,771 


180.610 


A 


1 1 ,477 


1,229 


12,706 


1,128 


106,851 


44,761 


16,238 


168,978 


181,684 


180.557 


S 


11,442 


1,236 


12,678 


1,546 


107,554 


44,502 


16,292 


169,894 


182,572 


181.026 


O 


1 1 ,473 


1,236 


12,709 


1.973 


108,512 


45.121 


16,453 


172,060 


184,768 


182,795 


N 


1 1 ,492 


1,241 


12,733 


3.303 


107,822 


43.796 


15,700 


170,621 


183.354 


180,051 


D 


12,117 


1,247 


13,364 


3.226 


108,281 


44.887 


16,872 


173,266 


186.630 


183,404 


1985 J 


1 1 ,528 


1,247 


12,774 


2,864 


109,643 


44.729 


16,471 


173,707 


186.482 


183.618 


F 


1 1 ,359 


1,241 


12,600 


3,116 


110,565 


44,769 


15,649 


174,099 


186.698 


183.582 


M 


11,415 


1,244 


12,659 


4.879 


111,190 


44.149 


16,045 


176.261 


188.920 


184,042 


A 


1 1 ,569 


1.249 


12,818 


3,843 


112,631 


43,573 


15,727 


175,775 


188,592 


184,749 


M 


1 1 .797 


1,257 


13,054 


2,373 


114,542 


43,359 


16,391 


176,666 


189,720 


187,347 


J 


12.014 


1,264 


13,278 


1,574 


115,070 


43.444 


16,717 


176,805 


190,083 


188,509 


J 


12,327 


1,280 


13,608 


1,412 


115,866 


43.859 


16,919 


178,056 


191,664 


190,252 


A 


12,296 


1,289 


13,585 


1,741 


116,473 


43,259 


17,020 


178,493 


192,078 


190,336 


S 


12,325 


1,296 


13,621 


3,442 


117,252 


42,764 


17,389 


180,847 


194,468 


191,026 


O 


12,396 


1,295 


13,692 


4,407 


117,663 


43,772 


17,630 


183,472 


197,163 


192,756 


N 


12,498 


1,302 


13,801 


5,959 


118.199 


44,626 


17,313 


186,096 


199,897 


193.938 


D 


13,073 


1,306 


14,379 


6,755 


118,201 


43,759 


18,497 


187,212 


201 ,591 


194.836 


1986 J 


12,591 


1,311 


13.902 


3,348 


119,381 


45.266 


17,296 


185,291 


199.193 


195,845 


F 


12,355 


1,308 


13,663 


2.115 


119,716 


45,664 


16,679 


184.175 


197,837 


195,723 


M 


12,434 


1.310 


13,744 


3,527 


120,217 


48,156 


16,851 


188,751 


202,495 


198.968 



'Less Canadian dollar float "Includes Government of Canada Deposits. 
Source: Bank of Canada Review. 



'Excludes Government of Canada Deposits 



128 



April 1986 

Table 4: Business Bankruptcies and Liabilities 1 , by Type of Industry, Canada 



Section 13— Table 4 



Month 



Bankruptcies (units) 



Primary 



Manufac- 
turing 



Construc- 
tion 



Transpor- 
tation, 
commun. 
and other 
serv. util. 



Trade 

wholesale 

and 

retail 



Finance, 

insurance 

and real 

estate 



93559 



93560 



93561 



1984 M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



933 
834 
778 
786 
665 
753 
614 
762 
790 
647 



84 
73 
97 
67 
53 
65 
63 
69 
79 
43 



82 
66 
57 
67 
63 
58 
46 
63 
78 
52 



153 
134 
121 
123 
113 
117 
91 
119 
118 
112 



59 
43 
41 
59 
47 
38 
34 
50 
41 
36 



249 
240 
231 
216 
167 
202 
171 
207 
203 
176 



48 
54 
48 
50 
48 
57 
45 
56 
49 
56 



258 
224 
183 
204 
174 
216 
164 
198 
222 
172 



1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 

F 



727 
757 
751 
755 
714 
619 
644 
599 
657 
738 
706 
647 

755 
734 



71 
82 
65 
67 
66 
62 
72 
45 
58 
74 
65 
54 

62 

65 



57 
59 
62 
56 
64 
40 
53 
43 
61 
60 
47 
43 

48 
55 



125 
135 
109 
138 
127 
97 
101 
102 
110 
141 
120 
114 

118 
130 



31 
36 
46 
42 
42 
43 
42 
33 
34 
38 
54 
45 

60 
41 



222 
221 
220 
198 
197 
176 
189 
176 
175 
211 
187 
174 

207 
221 



37 
49 
44 
45 
34 
38 
39 
28 
31 
35 
39 
33 

40 
34 



184 
175 
205 
209 
184 
163 
148 
172 
188 
179 
194 
184 

220 
188 



Liabilities (thousand dollars) 



1984 M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 

F 











Transpor- 
















tation, 


Trade 


Finance, 












commun. 


wholesale 


insurance 








Manufac- 


Construc- 


and other 


and 


and real 




Total 


Primary 


turing 


tion 


serv. util. 


retail 


estate 


Services 


93563 


93652 


93653 


93654 


93655 


93656 


93657 


93658 


251,710 


22,939 


34,808 


30,366 


13,954 


34,192 


56,906 


58.945 


195,022 


11,157 


10.831 


14,674 


11,883 


37,956 


67,028 


41 ,493 


184,992 


28,072 


13.756 


29.521 


3.133 


28,772 


36,876 


44,863 


186,222 


17,136 


22.360 


22,424 


6.318 


23.441 


56,989 


37,554 


192,091 


1 1 ,562 


27.528 


27,628 


6,266 


32,319 


46,041 


40,748 


158,350 


9,593 


14,531 


38,148 


7,635 


27,216 


22,433 


38,794 


115.353 


10,551 


13,294 


14,418 


2,504 


21 ,239 


27,012 


26,335 


205,306 


19,040 


9,558 


22,551 


21,788 


48,656 


44,276 


39,436 


197,966 


14,133 


25,893 


18,480 


9,997 


37,702 


55,585 


36,174 


157.488 


13,925 


23,008 


18,462 


8,279 


27.947 


32,891 


32,975 


126,788 


9,817 


21 ,657 


13,755 


2,605 


31 ,394 


21,688 


25,870 


190,121 


15,411 


15,065 


38,851 


4,212 


30,290 


44,249 


42.042 


172,004 


8,971 


34,263 


26,090 


5,793 


33,319 


25,581 


37.984 


178,373 


12,048 


1 1 ,572 


25,349 


5.865 


46,385 


46,007 


31.146 


139,134 


14,445 


9,894 


19,495 


4,131 


23,783 


30,851 


36.534 


157,010 


20,156 


13,780 


23,273 


4.436 


29,761 


24,166 


41.436 


158,878 


29,685 


20,306 


18,767 


2.185 


21,717 


46.374 


19,843 


115,988 


6,683 


11,347 


22,214 


3.348 


27,437 


19,952 


25.004 


144,570 


21 ,225 


16,095 


15,344 


6,169 


17,066 


38,554 


30.116 


146,293 


14,006 


12,939 


19,268 


2,143 


21,958 


50,588 


25.388 


165,873 


13,998 


25,676 


22,032 


3,396 


24,643 


25,256 


50.871 


123,028 


7,178 


12,364 


8,511 


4,137 


19,126 


33,01 1 


38.700 


92.017 


5,983 


4,781 


12,667 


3.735 


16,762 


25,388 


22,701 


127,345 


21 ,085 


7,744 


13,728 


3,695 


29,209 


20,835 


31,051 



'Please note that the value of liabilities are as declared by debtors. 
Source: Insolvency Bulletin, Consumer and Corporate Affairs 

•"Please note that the cumulative totals of individual monthly figures arrived at by addition may not necessarily agree with the cumulative figures acquired from the publication. The 
published cumulative figures contain iater adjustments " 



129 



Section 13— Tables 5 and 6 

Table 5: Sales of Life Insurance in Canada 1 



April 1986 



Year 
and 
month 



Annualized 

premium 

sales 



Face 

amount 

sales 



Thousand dollars 



Number ol 

policies 

sold 



Premiums 

per $1,000 

insurance 



erage 


Premium 


size 


per 


policy 


policy 



7698 



1984 
1985 



413,430 
448,919 



58,027,737 
61,355,327 



959,404 
930.260 



7.12 
7.30 



60,603 
66,088 



431 
482 



1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



24.825 
32.387 
35,465 
31,208 
35,656 
40,021 
32,220 
28.932 
32,956 
37,636 
43,784 
38,340 



3,495,042 
4.374,289 
4,842,445 
4,325,575 
4,942.553 
5.739,906 
4.651 .024 
4,300.629 
4,682,395 
5.372,987 
6,048,954 
5,251 ,938 



58,130 
79,792 
83,164 
74,481 
84,398 
93,798 
71,652 
65.955 
77,824 
91,192 
100,296 
78,722 



7.10 
7.40 
7.32 
7.21 
7.21 
6.97 
6.93 
6.73 
7.04 
7.00 
7.24 
7.30 



60.125 
54.821 
58.228 
58.076 
58,562 
61,194 
64,911 
65,206 
60,166 
58,919 
60,311 
66.715 



427 
406 
426 
419 
422 
427 
450 
439 
423 
413 
437 
487 



1985 



27,607 
33.229 
36,273 
35,453 
40,562 
38,487 
35.369 
31,977 
35,377 
43.760 
46.945 
43,880 



4,043,106 
4,590,284 
4,999,238 
4,949,510 
5.635,143 
5,289,395 
4,745,685 
4,464,016 
5,032,268 
5,925,006 
6,041,659 
5,640,017 



58,324 
74,767 
80,569 
76,804 
87,529 
79,761 
71,701 
65.287 
76.832 
91,769 
90.338 
76,579 



6.83 
7.24 
7.26 
7.16 
7.20 
7.28 
7.45 
7.16 
7.03 
7.39 
7.77 
7.78 



69,321 
61,395 
62.049 
64.443 
64.380 
66.316 
66,187 
68.375 
65.497 
64,564 
66.878 
73.650 



473 
444 
450 
462 
463 
483 
493 
490 
460 
477 
520 
573 



'38 companies participating 

Source: Monthly Survey of Life Insurance Sales in Canada, Life Insurance Marketing and Research Association, Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.A. 



Table 6: Benefit payments of all life insurance companies (million dollars) 









Under life 


insurance 








Total 












Disability 








Under 


policyholders and beneficiaries 


Year 




Death and 


benefits 






Dividends 


annuities 








and 




accidental 


(income 


Matured 


Surrender 


to policy- 




All 






quarter 


Total 


death claims 


payments) 


endowments 


values 


holders 


Total 


policies 


Individual' 


Group 


D 


4344 


4345 


4346 


4347 


4348 


4349 


4350 


4343 


4351 


4352 


1984 


3,417.81 


1 ,435.46 


56.01 


82.56 


903.25 


940.53 


3.529.26 


6.947.06 


4.023.08 


2,923.99 


1985 


3,631.89 


1 ,579.27 


62.71 


86 98 


921 .35 


981 .58 


4,560.08 


8,191.97 


4,672.18 


3,519.79 


1982 1 


788.46 


312.35 


18.08 


22.12 


251 46 


184.45 


727.76 


1,516.22 


978.58 


537.64 


2 


770 66 


278.62 


20.48 


20.39 


261.78 


189.39 


656.67 


1 ,427.33 


908.65 


518.68 


3 


707.01 


297.99 


10.51 


16.99 


224.34 


157.18 


554.73 


1 ,261 .74 


747.88 


513.86 


4 


795.65 


330.27 


21.63 


13.62 


224.41 


205.72 


734.15 


1 ,529.80 


840.71 


689.09 


1983 1 


826.34 


324.95 


16.98 


22.34 


266.45 


195.62 


717.16 


1.543.50 


913.63 


629.88 


2 


747.18 


305.96 


21.94 


21.22 


221 .79 


176.27 


671.17 


1,418.35 


766.25 


651 80 


3 


717 32 


318.18 


12.92 


18.55 


193.28 


174.39 


591.15 


1 ,308.47 


764.87 


543.60 


4 


795.95 


329.42 


14.81 


18.95 


204.98 


227.79 


1,166.09 


1 ,962.04 


910.51 


1,051.53 


1984 1 


861.25 


362.79 


15.97 


22.30 


245.02 


215.17 


908.47 


1 ,769.72 


1,043.60 


726.12 


2 


839.29 


353.51 


15.31 


20.93 


216.31 


233.23 


908.33 


1 ,747.62 


965.64 


781 .97 


3 


804.10 


345.04 


12.07 


18.73 


210.36 


217.90 


798.92 


1 ,603.03 


912.62 


690.41 


4 


913.16 


374.12 


12.66 


20.60 


231.55 


274.23 


913.54 


1,826.70 


1,101.21 


725.48 


1985 1 


898.03 


398.77 


16.16 


23.06 


231.77 


228.27 


982.73 


1 ,880.76 


1,199.29 


681.47 


2 


91 1 .47 


382.76 


16.11 


21.07 


239.77 


251 .76 


996.15 


1 ,907.62 


1,146.04 


761.58 


3 


816.62 


368.60 


14.63 


20.03 


195.89 


217.48 


936.47 


1 ,753.09 


955.64 


797.45 


4 


1.005.77 


429.15 


15.81 


22.82 


253.92 


284.07 


1 ,644.74 


2,650.50 


1 ,371 .22 


1 ,279.28 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding 

'Includes ordinary and industrial 

Source: The Canadian Life Insurance Association. 



130 






April 1986 

Table 7: Security issues and retirements (par values in million Canadian dollars) 



Section 13— Table 7 













Direct and guaranteed securities 


















Government ot Canada 






































Prov nces 3 






Mtinininalities 3 








Funded debt 1 


























Year 


new 


Gross 
issues 








Gross 
Net new issues 






and 


Direct 




Total 


Net 


quarter 


outstanding 


Guaranteed 


outstanding 


New issues 2 


Retirements 2 


delivered* 


Retirements 


new 


issues 4 


delivered 


Retirements 


new issues 


B 


2402 


2401 


2400 


2491 


2494 




3004 




3026 




3048 


3007 


3029 


3051 


1984 


163,800 


161 


163,961 


17,049 


5,949 




4,698 




3,601 




1 1 ,097 


1,388 


352 


1.037 


1985 


195.812 


96 


195,907 


19,167 


4,330 




3,375 




4.361 




9,015 


959 


409 


549 


1982 1 


91.944 


176 


92,120 


1,625 


1,068 




4,449 




791 




3,658 


317 


84 


233 


2 


93,779 


176 


93,955 


1,200 


838 




3,781 




549 




3,231 


294 


137 


157 


3 


97,196 


176 


97,374 


2,350 


901 




4.870 




807 




4,063 


358 


82 


276 


4 


1 1 1 ,897 


170 


112,100 


3,950 


1,707 




4.465 




735 




3,730 


454 


142 


312 


1983 1 


115,242 


170 


115,412 


2,500 


1,687 




4.292 




987 




3,305 


192 


131 


62 


2 


120,706 


170 


120,876 


3,650 


1,566 




4.780 




546 




4,234 


559 


105 


454 


3 


126,622 


170 


126,792 


3,950 


1,993 




2.498 




595 




1.903 


46 


65 


-19 


4 


138,154 


164 


138,318 


2,900 


1,494 




4,335 




1,072 




3.263 


352 


84 


268 


1984 1 


141,435 


164 


141,599 


2.950 


1,168 




2,896 




1,476 




1.420 


475 


106 


369 


2 


146,689 


164 


146.853 


4,350 


2,290 




4,620 




395 




4.225 


198 


80 


118 


3 


152,790 


164 


152,954 


4,400 


633 




3,543 




750 




2.793 


272 


81 


192 


4 


163,800 


161 


163,961 


4,950 


1,058 




3,639 




980 




2,659 


443 


85 


358 


1985 1 


168,922 


97 


169,020 


2,975 


624 




2,987 




1,932 




1,055 


216 


73 


143 


2 


176,559 


97 


176,655 


5,050 


317 




5,212 




894 




4,319 


237 


86 


151 


3 


185,560 


97 


185.656 


5.238 


1,300 




2.178 




180 




1,998 


141 


69 


72 


4 


195,812 


96 


195.907 


4.616 


2,089 




2,998 




1,355 




1,643 


365 


181 


183 




Corporate bonds 3 




Other bonds and debentures 3 


s 




Preferred stocks* 




Common stocks' 






Gross 






Gross 








Gross 








Gross 






Year 


new 




Net 


new 




Net 




new 






Net 


new 




Net 


and 


issues 




new 


issues 




new 




issues 






new 


issues 




new 


quarter 


delivered 


Retirements 


issues 


delivered Retirements 


issues 


delivered 


Retirements 


issues 


delivered 


Retirements 


issues 


B 


3010 


3032 


3054 


3019 


3041 


3063 




3013 




3035 


3057 


3016 


3038 


3060 


1984 


5,942 


3,648 


2,293 


270 


128 


142 




5,371 




643 


4,729 


4,466 


34 


4,431 


1985 


10,513 


3.616 


6,895 


558 


183 


400 




6,392 




372 


6,020 


5,296 


28 


5,266 


1982 1 


2,575 


564 


2,010 





32 


-32 




684 




134 


550 


781 


55 


726 


2 


1,322 


949 


373 


157 


27 


148 




702 




81 


620 


972 


34 


938 


3 


2,243 


608 


1.635 


128 


10 


118 




590 




102 


488 


753 


34 


719 


4 


1,229 


818 


411 


60 


48 


12 




1.336 




72 


1,264 


1,408 


34 


1.374 


1983 1 


1,476 


731 


746 


13 


23 


-11 




382 




58 


323 


1,490 


14 


1.476 


2 


1,932 


829 


1.103 


57 


41 


16 




658 




82 


576 


1,879 


14 


1,865 


3 


915 


611 


305 


50 


15 


35 




645 




56 


589 


2.435 


14 


2,421 


4 


1,252 


938 


314 


152 


16 


136 




907 




86 


821 


1.761 


14 


1,747 


1984 1 


1,044 


1,024 


20 


100 


34 


66 




762 




244 


518 


1,231 


9 


1,222 


2 


1,553 


1,019 


534 


— 


9 


-9 




2,041 




140 


1,902 


1,114 


6 


1.108 


3 


764 


810 


-46 


10 


23 


-13 




1,273 




84 


1,189 


838 


6 


831 


4 


2,581 


795 


1.785 


160 


62 


98 




1,295 




175 


1,120 


1,283 


13 


1.270 


1985 1 


1,279 


1.002 


277 


175 


61 


114 




1,203 




66 


1,137 


698 


8 


690 


2 


3,344 


1.301 


2,043 


88 


28 


60 




2,263 




99 


2.165 


1,168 


20 


1.148 


3 


2,983 


707 


2,275 


110 


35 


75 




825 




103 


721 


1.902 


— 


1.901 


4 


2,907 


606 


2,300 


185 


59 


151 




2,101 




104 


1,997 


1,528 




1.527 



Note Components may not add to totals due to partial revisions. 

'End of period Excluding Treasury Bills, Canada Savings Bonds and other non-market issues. 3 Figures are subject to revision Series cover all publicly announced issues and 
some private placements not publicly announced Notes with an original term to maturity of over one year 'Includes Canadian Pension Plan series bonds issued by the provinces and 
their agencies and purchased by the C.P.P. Investment Fund. 'Consists of issues of Canadian religious and other institutions and Canadian dollar issues of foreign debtors 'Allow- 
ance for the take-over of Nova Scotia Light & Power common shares. 
Source: Bank of Canada Review. 



131 



Section 13— Table 8 

Table 8: Stock exchange statistics 



April 1986 













Toronto stock exchange 












Montreal stock 


exchange 


























Shares traded 




Value of shares traded 




Three 
month 


Long-term 
government 
of Canada 






Value of 




Combined 


shares 


Indus- 


Mining 


Combined 


Indus- 


Mining 


Combined 


treasury 


Year 


volume 


traded 


trials 


and oils 


volume 


trials 


and oils 


value 


bill yield 1 


bond yield 


and 




Million 


















month 


Thousands 


dollars 




Thousands 






Million dollars 




Percentage 


D 


4551 


4552 


4555 


4556 


4557 


4558 


4559 


4560 


B14001 


B14013 


1984 


400,890 


7,013.7 


1 ,400,536 


723,491 


2.124.027 


22.912.5 


3,769.2 


26.681.7 


11.11 


12.75 


1985 


643,264 


10,553.1 


2,306,290 


992,191 


3.298.481 


38.708.1 


5,488.4 


44.196.4 


9.46 


11.04 


1984 A 


21,578 


356.0 


89,212 


53,367 


142,579 


1,454.9 


287.0 


1.741.9 


10.56 


13.31 


M 


33,468 


591.2 


1 1 1 ,388 


58,842 


170,230 


1,705.9 


316.2 


2,022.1 


11.27 


13.93 


J 


32,835 


576.6 


98.512 


54,101 


152,613 


1,639.1 


256.3 


1 ,895.4 


11.74 


13.81 


J 


30,252 


541.8 


101,897 


53,547 


155,444 


1,617.6 


264.8 


1 ,882.4 


12.81 


13.41 


A 


41,161 


745.2 


135,833 


56,190 


192,023 


2.280.8 


313.9 


2,594.7 


12.21 


12.89 


S 


28,586 


531.9 


109,911 


50,817 


160,728 


1 ,695.6 


312.1 


2,007.7 


12.08 


12.63 


O 


36,758 


721.6 


120,746 


57,953 


178.699 


2,177.9 


302.7 


2,480.5 


11.83 


12.18 


N 


42,788 


761.5 


136,626 


79,221 


215,847 


2.238.9 


262.2 


2,501 .2 


10.92 


11.81 


D 


33,008 


506.0 


124.509 


55,967 


180,476 


1.914.5 


234.0 


2,148.5 


10.13 


11.66 


1985 J 


61,218 


1,126.8 


214,831 


59.429 


274,260 


3.699.8 


345.9 


4.045.6 


9.52 


11.38 


F 


46,923 


820.8 


173,824 


55,721 


229,545 


2,755.4 


299.5 


3,054.9 


10.57 


12.30 


M 


45,208 


793.3 


164,365 


79,533 


243,898 


2,775.4 


429.6 


3,204.9 


11.08 


11.93 


A 


45,645 


728.6 


157,142 


92,423 


249,564 


2,641.0 


498.1 


3,139.1 


9.92 


11.50 


M 


44.055 


754.9 


189,745 


78,144 


267,889 


3,272.4 


449.6 


3,722.0 


9.56 


10.76 


J 


45,971 


779.0 


186,966 


64,983 


251,949 


3,084.1 


347.9 


3,432.0 


9.35 


10.88 


J 


52,196 


831.4 


197,266 


78,603 


275,869 


3,246.3 


496.0 


3,742.4 


9.16 


10.91 


A 


60,351 


984.3 


199.576 


100,879 


300.455 


3.683.0 


647.2 


4,330.3 


9.02 


10.79 


S 


51,471 


847.6 


168,432 


89,877 


258.309 


2.726.7 


481.1 


3,207.7 


8.95 


10.96 





50,855 


866.5 


182.709 


84,598 


267,307 


2.947.3 


429.6 


3.376.9 


8.58 


10.72 


N 


63,192 


998.6 


248.535 


98,210 


346,746 


4,134.5 


494.7 


4,629.2 


8.72 


10.34 


D 


76,179 


1,021.3 


222,899 


109,791 


332,690 


3.742.2 


569.2 


4,311.4 


9.09 


10.06 


1986 J 


102.030 


1 ,529.0 


283,049 


147,887 


430,936 


5.034.0 


782.0 


5.816.1 


10.02 


10.49 


F 


86,406 


1,284.3 


288,771 


118,578 


407,350 


4,711.6 


527.7 


5,239.3 


11.55 


9.96 


M 


106.371 


1.576.9 


330,217 


256.784 


587.002 


5.530.9 


733.4 


6.264.4 







Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding differences. 

! Average of weekly rates. 

Sources: Monthly Review, Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges; Toronto Stock Exchange Review and Bank of Canada. 



132 



April 1986 

Table 9: Federal government budgetary revenues' (million dollars) 



Section 13— Tables 9 and 10 













Excise 


taxes 






















Corpo- 
ration 














Return 


Miscel- 


Total 


Budgetary 
surplus 


Fiscal 




Personal 






Other 




Custom 


Other 


on 


laneous 


budge- 


year or 




income 


income 


Non- 


Sales 


excise 


Excise 


import 


tax 


invest- 


non-tax 


tary 


or 


month 




lax 


tax* 


residents 


tax 5 


taxes 1 


duties 


duties 


revenue 


ments 


revenues 


revenues 


deficit 3 


D 




4579 


4581 


4582 


4583 


4584 


4585 


4586 


4587 


4589 


4590 


4591 


4592 


1983-84 




26,902 


9.392 


908 


7,046 


1,494 


1,356 


3,380 


126 


4.746 


911 


56,261 


-32.353 


1984-85 




29,254 


1 1 .942 


1,021 


8,133 


1.242 


1,462 


3,796 


107 


5.202 


1,129 


63.288 


-36.637 


1983-84 


J 


3,279 


842 


170 


622 


120 


91 


274 


4 


246 


74 


5.722 


-1.594 




F 


2.132 


712 


70 


571 


141 


99 


290 


4 


20 


70 


4.109 


-3.168 




M 


1.832 


2,468 


67 


765 


146 


126 


365 


28 


1,165 


250 


7.212 


-5.843 


1984-85 


A 


914 


391 


89 


341 


24 


96 


216 


9 


218 


30 


2,328 


-3.963 




M 


2,680 


712 


61 


661 


104 


120 


369 


56 


284 


62 


5.109 


-1.931 




J 


1,528 


752 


50 


595 


93 


126 


293 


5 


576 


67 


4.085 


-3.625 




J 


2,647 


1,082 


92 


757 


120 


131 


371 


5 


496 


72 


5.773 


-1.795 




A 


2.245 


706 


77 


685 


113 


103 


324 


25 


371 


124 


4.773 


-3.002 




S 


2.503 


718 


46 


597 


88 


119 


321 


4 


488 


63 


4.947 


-2,654 




O 


2,940 


757 


96 


768 


113 


138 


381 


5 


197 


81 


5,476 


-2,531 




N 


2.866 


630 


101 


665 


116 


153 


341 


-6 


361 


93 


5.320 


-2,855 




D 


2.515 


846 


65 


734 


111 


122 


257 


-25 


743 


88 


5.456 


-2,685 




J 


3,552 


856 


181 


777 


102 


121 


301 


4 


367 


96 


6.357 


-1,691 




F 


2,353 


846 


96 


587 


133 


93 


268 


2 


96 


64 


4,538 


-3,456 




M 


2,511 


3,646 


67 


966 


125 


140 


354 


23 


1,005 


289 


9,126 


-6,450 


1985-86 


A 


878 


487 


139 


464 


6 


110 


314 


10 


242 


44 


2,694 


-3,986 




M 


3.070 


782 


71 


781 


126 


143 


310 


61 


305 


55 


5,704 


-2.068 




J 


2.035 


675 


49 


697 


126 


98 


299 


2 


634 


76 


4,691 


-3.687 




J 


3.158 


968 


72 


945 


135 


132 


409 


1 


438 


70 


6,328 


-1.834 




A 


2,836 


774 


71 


788 


158 


127 


300 


2 


139 


147 


5,342 


-2,515 




S 


2,813 


742 


43 


794 


102 


121 


301 


5 


340 


69 


5,330 


-2,786 







3,061 


838 


69 


978 


134 


143 


416 


4 


170 


95 


5,908 


-2,460 




N 


2.925 


771 


78 


879 


149 


142 


355 


2 


238 


107 


5,646 


-2,791 




D 


2.923 


770 


50 


927 


132 


143 


284 


1 


1,201 


85 


6,516 


-2,287 



'This statement includes only receipts relating to budgetary revenue Excluded are non-budgetary revenues such as Old Age Security Fund taxes. Prairie Farm Assistance Act levies, 
employer and employee contributions to government-held lunds (Unemployment Insurance, Superannuation etc ), interest on government-held funds, and taxes collected on behalf of and 
transferred to other governments. ! Beginning in December 1973, this category includes oil export tax. 3 March includes supplementary payments arising from the closing of the ac- 
counts 'Includes Petroleum and Gas Revenue tax "Includes special excise tax on gasoline. 
Source: Department of Finance. 

Table 10: Budgetary expenditures by principal classes (million dollars) 











Fiscal 


National 


health 






















transfer & 


and welfare 






















contracting- 


























out 




Other 














Fiscal 






Public 


payments 




welfare 










Other 


Total 


year or 




National 


debt 


to 


Family 


disburse- 




Public 




Veterans 


depart- 


budgetary 


month 




defence 


charges 


provinces 


allowances 


ments 


Agriculture 


works' 


Transport 


affairs 


ments' 


expenditures 


D 




5130 


5131 


5132 


5133 


5134 


5135 


5137 


5138 


5139 


5140 


5129 


1983-84 




7,970 


18,147 


5,647 


2,328 


20,226 


1.254 


3.172 


3,258 


1,389 


25,223 


88.614 


1984-85 




8,926 


22,551 


5,814 


2,418 


22,496 


1.767 


3,035 


3,749 


1,459 


27,710 


99,925 


1983-84 


J 


540 


1,563 


441 


200 


1,759 


88 


365 


239 


117 


2,004 


7,316 




F 


748 


1,531 


444 


201 


1,751 


105 


219 


198 


119 


1,961 


7,277 




M 


1.658 


1,748 


658 


201 


2,213 


258 


589 


436 


136 


5,158 


13.055 


1984-85 


A 


416 


1,494 


538 


200 


1,742 


28 


161 


213 


108 


1,391 


6.291 




M 


518 


1,796 


350 


200 


1.705 


87 


262 


316 


114 


1,692 


7,040 




J 


517 


1.921 


458 


199 


1,777 


76 


341 


309 


127 


1.985 


7,710 




J 


590 


1,744 


441 


200 


1,772 


85 


320 


220 


113 


2.083 


7,568 




A 


743 


1.664 


446 


199 


1,778 


101 


349 


344 


123 


2.028 


7,775 




S 


614 


1.828 


448 


199 


1.837 


82 


301 


184 


117 


1.991 


7,601 




O 


616 


1.865 


478 


199 


1.826 


198 


276 


297 


120 


2.132 


8,007 




N 


665 


1.785 


448 


248 


1,839 


175 


280 


329 


125 


2.281 


8,175 




D 


671 


2,291 


446 


150 


1,864 


87 


207 


202 


118 


2.105 


8,141 




J 


733 


1,676 


459 


207 


1,910 


133 


100 


271 


124 


2,435 


8.048 




F 


739 


1,747 


453 


229 


1,999 


99 


269 


294 


124 


2,041 


7,994 




M 


2.104 


2,740 


849 


208 


2,427 


386 


944 


738 


146 


5.034 


15,576 


1985-86 


A 


363 


1,888 


417 


208 


1,965 


33 


76 


95 


117 


1.518 


6,680 




M 


579 


1.964 


420 


208 


1,925 


70 


175 


259 


128 


2,044 


7.772 




J 


584 


2,412 


433 


207 


1,961 


85 


214 


245 


127 


2,110 


8.378 




J 


753 


2,012 


638 


207 


1,952 


118 


248 


252 


132 


1,850 


8.162 




A 


779 


2,035 


415 


208 


1,967 


104 


177 


233 


126 


1,813 


7,857 




S 


709 


2,213 


412 


208 


1,966 


102 


1,028 


265 


125 


1,088 


8,116 




O 


797 


2,098 


414 


208 


2,014 


166 


168 


367 


129 


2,007 


8,368 




N 


783 


2,162 


423 


257 


2,027 


200 


441 


299 


127 


1,718 


8.437 




D 


799 


2.375 


429 


156 


2.043 


135 


166 


300 


124 


2,276 


8.803 



Figures are rounded and may not add to totals shown. 
'As of April 1978 Other Departments includes the Post Office. 
■Includes Regional Industrial Expansion 
Source: Department of Finance. 



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Table of Contents 



vi 


Observations 


1 


Section 


1 


Selected Economic Indicators 


13 


Section 


2 


Population Statistics 


17 


Section 


3 


System of National Accounts 


35 


Section 


4 


Labour 


57 


Section 


5 


Prices 


67 


Section 


6 


Manufacturing 


83 


Section 


7 


Fuel , Power, Mining 


89 


Section 


8 


Construction 


95 


Section 


9 


Food and Agriculture 


101 


Section 


10 


Domestic Trade 


107 


Section 


11 


External Trade 


121 


Section 


12 


Transportation 


125 


Section 


13 


Finance 


Not( 


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Observations 



Family Characteristics and Labour Force Activ- 
ity: Annual Averages 1977-1984 

The trend towards the increasing participation of 
women in the labour force and its impact on the 
Canadian labour market has occasioned a growing 
need for family-related labour market statistics. A 
wide range of family data are collected monthly by 
the Labour Force Survey, some of which are reg- 
ularly published in The Labour Force (Statistics 
Canada, Catalogue No. 71-001). More extensive in- 
formation is now available in a new publication enti- 
tled Family Characteristics and Labour Force Activ- 
ity: Annual Averages 1977-1984 (Statistics Canada, 
Catalogue No. 71-533) which provides a set of ta- 
bles relating the labour force activity of individuals 
to selected characteristics of the families to which 
they belong. For example, estimates representing 
counts of individuals, such as the number of per- 
sons employed, are cross-classified by selected fam- 
ily characteristics, such as the presence and age of 
children. The tables are composed of annual aver- 
ages of monthly data from the Labour Force Survey 
for the years 1977 through 1984. Both national and 
provincial estimates are provided. 

The publication's text guides the reader through the 
tables by providing definitions of Labour Force Sur- 
vey terminology and descriptions of the tables. The 
text also includes some technical notes on the 
weighting procedure used, the methodological limi- 
tations of the data, and the comparability of the 
data in this publication with other sources of family 
data. 

The tables in this publication contain a wide range 
of data suitable for a variety of applications. Al- 
though the publication's text does not include any 
analysis, the following are some of the findings 
which may be drawn from the data: 



While the number of women in families increased by 
10% between 1977 and 1984, the number who 
were in the labour force grew by 32%. In company 
with this increase in labour force activity, the em- 
ployment/population ratio of women in families, that 
is, the number of employed women expressed as a 
percentage of the total population of women in fami- 
lies, increased from 41% to 48%. There was an 
increase of 434,000 married women working full- 
time and 231,000 more working part-time. 

More specifically, there was a substantial increase in 
labour force participation among women in families 
with young children. The number of women in the 
labour force with children three years of age or less 
was 54% higher in 1984 than it was in 1977 (485,- 
000 and 315,000, respectively). 

While women in families were increasing their la- 
bour market activities, the 1977-1984 period was 
marked by a reduction in the participation rate for 
men in families. Their rate dropped from 78.4% to 
77.3% over this time period. 

Although the population of married women in- 
creased by 502,000 between 1977 and 1984, the 
number of married women not in the labour force 
dropped by 284,000. 

These are just a few points which can be drawn 
from the publication's data. Family Characteristics 
and Labour Force Activity. Annual Averages 1977- 
1984 (Statistics Canada, Catalogue No. 71-533) 
may be purchased from local authorized agents and 
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Canada offices, or by mail order to Publication Sales 
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VII 



Section 1 ■ Selected Economic Indicators 
Analytical Summary 

1.7 Charts 

8.1 1 Analytical Summary 

12 Business Leading Indicators for Canada 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Billions of dollars* 
500 

480 1 Current Dollars 

460 
440 
420 
400 



Ratio Scale) 




130 



Percentage Change 
6 



3 
0l 
-3 



Gross National Product 



300 



280 



260 



240 



— 3 Current Dollars 




— 


— 


^ "^ 


— 


- __——--' 




— 




100 

95 4 1971 Dollars 

90 




Personal Expenditure on Consumer Goods and Services 




30 



28 



26 



— 6 1971 Dollars 




— 


— 




— 


— 


^_— 


— 


— 


^s — 


— 


— 




— 



Total Gross Fixed Capital Formation 



Implicit Price Indexes, 1971 = 100 

340 
330 
320 
310 
300 
290 



7 Gross National Expenditure 



320 




280 



320 



8 Personal Expenditure on Consumer Goods and Services 




280 ■ 

9 Business Gross Fixed Capital Formation 

1984 1985 

* At Annual Rates 



1986 



-3- 




1984 



1985 



1986 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 

Gross Domestic Product by Industry, Quarterly, in 1971 Constant Prices 



(Ratio Scale) 




• Percentage Change 
6 



31 
30 
29 
28 
27 
26 
25 



1 Gross Domestic Product 



2 Manufacturing 




6 Index of Industrial Production 1971 = 100 

Canadian Balance of International Payments 

Millions of Dollars, Quarterly 
2,000 



(Arithmetic Scale) 



7 Current Account Balance 
1984 






Net Official Monetary Movements 

Millions of Dollars, Quarterly 
3,000 




(Arithmetic Scale) 




1985 



1986 



1984 



1985 



1986 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Millions of dollars 



(Ratio Scale) 




Percentage change 
4 



1 Total Labour Income 



Wages and Salaries 

4,300 

3,900 
3,500 

1,500 

1,300 

1,100 



900 



2,800 
2,600 
2,400 
2,200 
2,000 

6,200 
5,800 
5,400 
5,000 ■ 
4,600 



5 Services 



Labour Force Survey 

Thousands of Persons 

15,000 

14,000 

13,000 

12,000- 



6 Labour Force 



— 




— — 


-^^00*** ^ 




— 


2 Manufacturing 


— 




— 


— 




— 


— (- 




— 


3 Construction 


























4 Trade 




















^ ' **" 







9 Unemployment Rate 
1984 





Labour Force Survey 

Percentage Change 



M m jm 




1985 



1986 



1984 



1985 



1986 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Employment Survey, Total Number of Employees 
by Industry Group 

Thousands of Persons 
950 



900 



850 



800 



3 Construction 



170 



160 



150 



140 



330 
320 
310 
300 
290 
280 



4 Trade 



5 Community, Business and Personal Service 



(Ratio Scale) 





Dollars per Hour 
2 



(Arithmetic Scale) 




7 Average Weekly Hours in Manufacturing 
1984 1985 



Percentage Change 
6 




-6 



u .. 




■^f-Er3 



1986 



1984 



1985 



1986 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Ratio 
2.4 — 



(Ratio scale) 



2.0 

1.6 

1.2 



1 Ratio of Manufacturing Inventories Owned to Shipments 
Thousands of Units 
130 




2 New Passenger Car Sales 
Millions of Dollars 

2.000 
1,800 
1,600 
1,400 
1,200 

1,000 

3 Building Permits Total 
Thousands of Units 

260 

220 





4 New Dwelling Units Started (Centres of 10,000 and Over) 



Value of Retail Trade 

Millions of Dollars 
i,000 




9,000 



5 Total 




8,000 



13,000 
1 1 ,000 



9,000 



7.000 



7 Merchandise Exports (Including Re-Exports)* 




8 Merchandise Imports* 



1984 
Balance of payments basis. 



1985 



1986 



Percentage Change 
30 



20 



10 




-10 
-20 
-30 



30 
20 
10 

-10 
-20 




-■-■J -■- 




1984 



1985 



1986 



Selected Economic Indicators 



Millions of tonnes 
26 



(Ad|usted for Seasonality) 



(Ratio Scale) 




2 Three-Month Treasury Bill Yield 




3 Govt, of Canada Average Bond Yield (10 Years and Over) 



Price Indexes 

Indexes, 1981 = 100 
140 



(Not Adjusted for Seasonality) 




4 Consumer Price Index, All Items 




110 



5 Food 



Index, 1981 = 100 
140 



130 
120 

110 



6 Industrial Product Price Indexes - 
All Manufacturing Industries 

1984 1985 



Percentage Change 
12 



(Adjusted for Seasonality) 




Price Indexes 

4 



(Not Adjusted for Seasonality) 



Sj^iVwJL 



1986 



1984 



1985 



1986 



Section 1 

Selected economic indicators— analytical summary 1 



May 1986 









Personal expenditure 






Implicit price indexes 












Personal 












on consumer goods 


Total gross 




Gross 


expend- 




Gross domestic 


product 


Years, 


Gross national 


product 


and services 




fixed capital formation 


national 


iture on 


Total 


constant (1971] 


prices 


quarters 
and 














expenditure 


consumer 


gross fixed 






Current 


1971 


Current 


1971 


Current 


1971 


1971 


goods and 


capital 




Manu- 


months 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


services 


formation 


Total 


facturing 


Section/ 
























Table 


S3/T1.1 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1.2 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1.2 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T2.1 


S3/T2.1 




( 




$000,000 






) 


( 


1971 =100 


) 


( $000,000 ) 


1966 


61 ,828 


74,844 


36,890 


43,778 


15,361 


18,015 


82.6 


84.3 


85.3 






1967 


66.409 


77,344 


39,972 


45,863 


15,628 


17,942 


85.9 


87.2 


87.1 






1968 


72,586 


81,864 


43,704 


48,138 


15,754 


17,964 


88.7 


90.8 


87.7 






1969 


79,815 


86,225 


47,492 


50,353 


17,232 


18,850 


92.6 


94.3 


91.4 






1970 


85,685 


88,390 


50,327 


51,526 


18,015 


18,904 


96.9 


97.7 


95.3 






1971 


94,450 


94,450 


55,616 


55,616 


20,800 


20,800 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


83,260.5 


19,040.9 


1972 


105,234 


100,248 


62,208 


59,841 


23,051 


21 ,955 


105.0 


104.0 


105.0 


88,143.1 


20,516.3 


1973 


123,560 


107,812 


71 ,278 


63,879 


27,848 


24,384 


114.6 


111.6 


114.2 


95,028.4 


22,674.0 


1974 


147,528 


111,678 


83,388 


67,160 


34,260 


25,694 


132.1 


124.2 


133.3 


99,347.2 


23,497.2 


1975 


165,343 


113,005 


96,995 


70,645 


40,044 


26,661 


146.3 


137.3 


150.2 


100,282.6 


22,122.5 


1976 


191,857 


119,612 


111,657 


75,180 


44,927 


27,731 


160.4 


148.5 


162.0 


105,415.6 


23,519.2 


1977 


210.189 


121,988 


123,565 


77,009 


48,376 


27,606 


172.3 


160.5 


175.2 


108,329.6 


23,968.8 


1978 


232,21 1 


126,347 


136.532 


79,038 


52,482 


27,585 


183.8 


172.7 


190.3 


111,879.3 


25,136.8 


1979 


264,279 


130,362 


152,088 


80,607 


60,921 


29,448 


202.7 


188.7 


206.9 


116,295.9 


26,587.7 


1980 


297,556 


131,765 


170,179 


81,445 


69,196 


30,461 


225.8 


208.9 


227.2 


117,779.7 


25,809.1 


1981 


339,797 


136,108 


193,280 


82,807 


82.058 


32.401 


249.7 


233.4 


253.3 


121,053.2 


26,078.1 


1982 


358,302 


130,065 


209,974 


81,144 


79,330 


29.265 


275.5 


258.8 


271.1 


115,888.5 


23,103.4 


1983 


389,844 


134,361 


229,184 


83,697 


76,448 


27,609 


290.1 


273.8 


276.9 


118,983.8 


24,385.6 


1984 


420,870 


141,097 


247,113 


86,790 


78,489 


27,804 


298.3 


284.7 


282.3 


124,855.5 


26.389.6 


1985 




















130,259.8 


27.607.9 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



1983 3 


3.5 


1.8 


2.8 


1.3 


0.0 


-0.3 


1.6 


1.5 


0.4 


1.6 


3.2 


4 


1.1 


1.3 


2.1 


0.9 


-0.3 


-0.7 


-0.2 


1.2 


0.4 


1.5 


5.0 


1984 1 


1.8 


1.0 


1.9 


1.0 


1.6 


1.1 


0.8 


0.9 


0.5 


1.0 


0.3 


2 


2.1 


0.7 


1.4 


0.8 


0.5 


-0.1 


1.4 


0.6 


0.7 


0.7 


0.4 


3 


1.4 


1.6 


1.0 


0.0 


1.3 


1.2 


-0.2 


1.0 


0.2 


1.6 


3.5 


4 


1.5 


0.8 


2.2 


1.5 


0.8 


0.0 


0.7 


0.8 


0.9 


0.7 


-0.5 


1985 1 


2.4 


1.0 


2.9 


1.4 


2.1 


0.8 


1.4 


1.4 


1.3 


0.7 


0.1 


2 


1.8 


0.8 


2.4 


1.5 


5.5 


4.5 


1.0 


0.8 


1.0 


1.1 


1.7 


3 


2.1 


1.7 


2.7 


1.7 


4.0 


3.6 


0.4 


0.9 


0.4 


1.5 


2.8 


4 


1.9 


1.3 


2.5 


1.5 


2.4 


1.4 


0.6 


1.0 


1.1 


1.4 


1.1/ 



'Information in this Section is selected from the sections and tables of the Review; for example, Section 3, Table 1.1 is identified as S3/T1.1. 

* Actual data 

Note: Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated. Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and Tables 

identified at the head of the data columns. 



May 1986 

Selected economic indicators— analytical summary 



Section 1 /Continued 



Gross domestic product 
























constant (1971) prices 




Balance of international payments 






Wages and 


salaries 










Community 
























business 


Index 






Statis- 


Net 












Years. 






and 


of 


Current 


Net 


tical 


official 


Total 










quarters 






personal 


industrial 


account 


capital 


discrep- 


monetary 


labour 


Manu- 


Con- 






and 


Construction 


Trade 


services 


production 


balance 


movement 


ancy 


movements 


income 


facturing 


struction 


Trade 


Services 


months 




























Section/ 


S3/T2.1 


S3/T2.1 


S3/T2.1 


S3/T2.2 


S3/T3.1 


S3/T3.3 


S3/T3.3 


S3/T3.3 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


Table 


( 


$000,000 


)(1971 =100) 


( 








$000,000 








) 












-1,162 


985 


-182 


-359 


31 ,877.8 


8,889.8 


2,686.3 


4,098.3 


5,909.2 


1966 










-499 


1.020 


-501 


20 


35,303.1 


9,530.1 


2,833.1 


4,493.1 


6,973.1 


1967 










-97 


1,230 


-784 


349 


38,444.4 


10,157.1 


2,899.4 


4,914.0 


7,918.3 


1968 










-917 


1,201 


-219 


65 


43,0647 


11,088.2 


3,243.2 


5,549.7 


9,220.6 


1969 










1,106 


811 


-387 


1,663 


46,705.9 


11,588.8 


3,435.9 


6,053.6 


10,388.8 


1970 


5.846.4 


9,805.9 


16,081.0 


100.0 


431 


1,694 


-1,348 


896 


51,528.3 


12,293.4 


4,214.9 


6.561.9 


11,576.0 


1971 


6,021.0 


10,774.1 


16,848.2 


107.6 


-386 


2,060 


-1,455 


336 


57,570.0 


13,580.9 


4,580.9 


7,413.5 


12,902.7 


1972 


6,201.9 


11,751.1 


17,606.2 


119.0 


108 


75 


-650 


-467 


66,501.1 


15,527.8 


5,611.4 


8,523.7 


14,741.7 


1973 


6,446.3 


12,700.2 


18,614.0 


122.8 


-1,460 


2,351 


-867 


24 


79,846.4 


18,124.6 


6,730.3 


10,193.1 


17,622.3 


1974 


6,779.6 


12,992.6 


19,481.8 


115.5 


-4,757 


5,555 


-1,203 


-405 


93,299.3 


19,932.7 


8,121.0 


1 1 ,985.6 


21,087.7 


1975 


7,111.1 


13,586.3 


20.369.5 


122.6 


-4,109 


8,398 


-3,767 


522 


109,053.4 


22,822.1 


8,530.8 


13,627.3 


25,088.2 


1976 


7,035.7 


13,855.4 


20,709.9 


125.7 


-4,334 


5,174 


-2,261 


-1,421 


120,508.4 


24,743.6 


9,261.8 


14,449.7 


27,995.3 


1977 


6,901.3 


14,428.9 


21.366 8 


129.9 


-4,917 


4,744 


-3,126 


-3,299 


131,702.4 


27,197.5 


8,954.9 


15,590.1 


30,918.8 


1978 


7.108.6 


14,998.2 


22,007.6 


137.9 


-4,840 


9,161 


-2,630 


1,908 


148,256.3 


31,062.8 


9,638.5 


17,629.0 


34,580.6 


1979 


7,042.0 


15,023.4 


22,740.3 


135.9 


-1,114 


941 


-1.323 


-1,280 


167.936.4 


34,283.5 


10,417.9 


19,979.8 


39,802.7 


1980 


7,447.6 


15,212.8 


23,861.0 


136.5 


-6,065 


15,955 


-8,675 


1,425 


194,074.3 


39,013.6 


12,372.5 


22,574.5 


46,191.0 


1981 


6,718.5 


14,181.8 


24,133.6 


123.0 


2,665 


-1,750 


-1,610 


-695 


207,594.1 


39,096.0 


11,610.9 


23,308.4 


51,818.1 


1982 


6,368.7 


15,377.0 


23,868.6 


129.2 


1,686 


3,681 


-4,818 


548 


218,962.6 


41,485.5 


11,388.3 


24,047.3 


54,619.4 


1983 


6,210.9 


16,339.1 


24,802.0 


140.5 


2,553 


2,754 


-6,396 


-1,089 


232,219.2 


43,942.0 


11,263.1 


25,693.0 


58,018.3 


1984 


6,566.1 


17,482.9 


25,688.7 


146.8 


-2,648 


4,549 


-3,253 


-1,352 


248,533.3 


46,806.7 


12,505.5 


27,836.9 


62,342.0 


1985 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



-4.0 
-1.9 

-0.4 
0.7 
1.8 

-1.1 

-0.8 
5.6 

26 
1.5r 



3.5 
1.3 

1.0 
1.0 
1.0 
2.1 

1.1 
1.5 
2.7 
2.9 



0.6 
0.2 

1.9 
0.7 
1.0 
1.2 

1.0 
0.8 
0.3 
0.8/- 





(*) 


(*) 


C) 


C) 


3.5 


-288 


2,546 


-2,616 


263 


4.7 


39 


-1,065 


-168 


-469 


0.6 


80 


1.000 


-745 


-1,260 


0.8 


404 


-601 


-1,339 


-1,539 


3.1 


881 


2,036 


-2,511 


1.385 


•0.1 


1.186 


318 


-1,800 


326 


0.3 


424 


1,561 


-1,696 


-1.086 


1.2 


-205 


686 


-450 


-130 


2.3 


-1,560 


999 


623 


784 


1.5/- 


-1,307 


1,304 


-1.730 


-920 



Percentage change from previous month 



1.9 

o.o 

0.4 
0.9 
3.4 
-0.5 
-2.0 
0.0 
1.7 
0.8 

-0.9 
0.1 
0.2 
0.7 
0.0 
1.2 
1.5 
0.0 

-0.1 
0.9 
0.9r 
0.1 

0.0r 
0.7 



2.0 
1.0 

0.8 

1.8 
1.8 
1.5 

1.6 
1.9 
2.1 
1.4 



-0.3 
1.1 
1.1 
0.9 
1.1 
-0.2 
-0.3 
0.3 
1.3 
2.0 

-0.4 
0.1 
0.6 
0.6 
0.9 
0.6 
1.4 
0.1 

-0.4 
0.7 
0.7 
1.4 

0.2r 
-0.2 



3.9 
0.5 

-0.4 
1.9 
2.2 
0.7 

1.1 
2.1 
2.3 
1.5 



-1.3 
1.2 
2.0 
1.6 
2.2 
-2.3 
-0.3 
-0.4 
2.3 
2.1 

-1.3 
0.4 
0.3 
0.3 
1.5 
1.4 
3.2 
-3.0 
-0.7 
0.4 
2.6 
2.7 

-1.1r 

-0.5 



1.1 
-6.0 

-0.8 
2.0 
2.5 
0.7 

0.2 
8.2 
3.4 
1.2 



2.5 
1.1 

0.1 
2.9 
2.9 

1.9 

1.6 
2.5 
1.5 
1.1 



■0.6 


0.8 


1.1 


1.1 


1.2 


0.8 


1.8 


2.0 


1.2 


1.2 


■0.1 


0.5 


■0.4 


-0.6 


0.6 


0.4 


■1.1 


1.2 


3.5 


2.8 


■3.3 


-1.1 


0.5 


0.0 


4.1 


1.6 


5.3 


0.5 


■0.9 


1.2 


1.6 


0.5 


2.4 


0.6 


0.0 


0.6 


0.7 


-0.7 


1.2 


0.0 


-2.1 


1.1 


2.9r 


2.4 


-3.V 


-0.7 


0.6 


0.2 



1.4 


3 1983 


15 


4 


1.2 


1 1984 


1.4 


2 


1.5 


3 


1.4 


4 


2.1 


1 1985 


20 


2 


2.4 


3 


0.9 


4 



0.9 


M 1984 


0.5 


A 


0.6 


M 


0.0 


J 


1.3 


J 


0.7 


A 


-1.2 


S 


05 


O 


1.4 


N 


1.8 


D 


-0.1 


J 1985 


0.4 


F 


1.0 


M 


0.4 


A 


0.8 


M 


0.7 


J 


1.3 


J 


0.7 


A 


-0.3 


S 


0.4 


O 


0.3 


N 


0.9 


D 


0.4r 


J 1986 


-0.5 


F 



• Actual data 

Note: Percentage changes a/e based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated. Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and Tables 

identified at the head of the data columns. 



Section 1 /Continued 

Selected economic indicators— analytical summary 



May 1986 







Labour force 






Employees by industry 




Average 
hourly 
earnings 
in 
manu- 
facturing 


Average 
weekly 
hours 
in 
manu- 
facturing 


Ratio of 
manu- 
facturing 
inven- 
tories 
owned 
to ship- 
ments' 


New 
passen- 
ger 
car 
sales 


Building 

permits 

total 


s 5<Z 
*■ a - 


Years, 


Industrial 
aggre- 
gate 


Manu- 
facturing 


Con- 
struction 


Trade 


Community 

business 

and 

personal 

service 


started 
(centres of 


quarters 

and 

months 


Total 


Employed 


Unem- 
ployed 


Unem- 
ployment 
rate 


10.000 

and 

over) 


Section/ 
Table 


S4/T3 


S4/T3 


S4/T3 


S4/T3 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T15 


S4/T16 


S6/T1 


S6/T13 


S8/T1 


S8/T6 



1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 

1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 

1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 

1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 



OOO's of persons 



7,493 
7,747 
7,951 
8,194 
8,395 

8,639 
8,897 
9,276 
9,639 
9.974 

10,203 
10,500 
10,895 
11,231 
11,573 

11,904 
1 1 ,958 
12.183 
12.399 
12.639 



7,242 
7,451 
7,593 
7,832 
7,919 

8,104 
8,344 
8,761 
9,125 
9,284 

9,477 

9,651 

9,987 

10,395 

10,708 

11,006 
10,644 
10,734 
11.000 
11,311 



) 

251 

296 
358 
362 
476 

535 
553 
515 
514 
690 

726 

849 
908 
836 
865 

898 
1,314 
1.448 
1.399 
1,328 



OOO's of persons 



hours 



3.4 
3.8 
4.5 
4.4 
5.7 

6.2 
6.2 
5.5 
5.3 
6.9 

7.1 
8.1 
8.3 
7.4 
7.5 

7.5 
11.0 
11.9 
11.3 
10.5 



8.654 
8.995 



1.670 
1,704 



343 
384 



1,555 
1,621 



2,891 
3,051 



11.16 
11.59 



38.5 
38.8 





units 


$000,000 


units 


2.05 


694,820 


3.715.1 


108.329 


2.14 


679,435 


4,067.8 


131,858 


2.00 


741.915 


4,775.7 


162,267 


1.98 


760.803 


4,895.6 


169,739 


2.13 


640.360 


4,700.2 


150,999 


1.98 


780,762 


5,730.1 


180,948 


1.88 


858,959 


6,463.6 


206,954 


1.81 


970,828 


8,558.9 


211,543 


1.92 


942,797 


9,280.1 


169,437 


2.12 


989.280 


10.598.0 


181,846 


2.02 


946,488 


12,199.3 


209.762 


1.99 


991,398 


12,419.8 


200,201 


1.86 


988,890 


13,134.7 


178,678 


1.87 


1 ,003,008 


14,143.8 


151,717 


2.03 


932,060 


15,452.1 


125,013 


2.05 


904,195 


18,735.5 


142,441 


2.19 


713,481 


12,788.8 


104,792 


1.84 


843,318 


14.571.3 


134,207 


1.74 


971.210 


15.501.6 


110,874 


1.69 


1,137,216 


19.523.9 


139.408 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



1983 4 


-0.2 


0.3 


-4.4 


-4.2 


-0.5 


-3.1 


-12.6 


1.8 


3.4 


2.1 


0.0 


(*) 
1.74 


12.7 


5.3 


0.0 


1984 1 


0.6 


0.4 


2.0 


1.5 


-3.3 


-5.7 


-20.5 


-4.3 


-0.7 


2.1 


1.0 


1.72 


4.4 


-3.2 


0.6 


2 


0.5 


0.5 


1.1 


0.3 


4.2 


3.5 


23.6 


6.3 


2.7 


1.1 


-0.5 


1.74 


-2.4 


11.4 


-9.4 


3 


0.9 


1.0 


0.0 


-0.5 


1.8 


1.7 


15.9 


3.9 


-2.3 


0.4 


-0.3 


1.74 


0.1 


0.3 


13.7 


4 


0.3 


0.4 


-1.2 


-1.4 


0.4 


-2.6 


-6.0 


2.0 


4.3 


1.3 


-1.0 


1.74 


4.3 


1.2a 


-11.1 


1985 1 


0.3 


0.4 


0.0 


-0.2 


-1.0 


-1.0 


-17.5 


-1.2 


1.7 


1.3 


1.8 


1.72 


8.3 


-1.8 


6.0 


2 


0.7 


1.3 


-4.1 


-5.1 


3.3 


4.1 


28.4 


1.2 


1.9 


0.4 


0.4 


1.71 


4.8 


28.2 


16.0 


3 


0.1 


0.5 


-2.6 


-2.5 


0.8 


2.0 


13.8 


-0.5 


-1.9 


0.3 


-0.4 


1.68 


1.6 


5.8 


14.8 


4 


0.9 


1.0 


-0.1 


-0.9 


-0.7 


-2.3 


-9.3 


0.2 


2.7 


2.2 


-0.1 


1.62 


3.9 


-3.3 


8.5 



1.0 



1.5 



-3.1 



-4.2 



Percentage change from previous month 



1984 M 


0.6 


0.2 


3.9 


3.5 


2.2 


2.3 


14.5 


2.4 


0.9 


0.0 


0.3 


1.75 


7.3 


-3.8 


3.9 


J 


0.0 


0.5 


-4.7 


-5.1 


1.6 


1.8 


7.5 


3.2 


-0.8 


0.0 


0.5 


1.74 


-0.5 


9.5 


0.9 


J 


0.5 


0.7 


-1.1 


-0.9 


-0.5 


-0.3 


2.9 


0.6 


-3.5 


0.3 


-1.2 


1.75 


4.2 


4.0 


1.9 


A 


0.1 


-0.1 


2.1 


1.8 


0.3 


0.4 


3.5 


0.3 


0.1 


-0.3 


0.3 


1.74 


-6.6 


-12.1 


23.9 


S 


0.6 


0.1 


5.2 


4.5 


1.1 


-0.5 


1.8 


0.4 


4.1 


1.2 


1.0 


1.74 


-4.4 


0.3 


-15.5 


O 


-0.2 


0.2 


-3.9 


-3.4 


0.3 


-0.4 


-1.1 


0.4 


1.7 


0.0 


-1.8 


1.76 


11.9 


-0.5 


-6.1 


N 


0.2 


0.2 


0.1 


0.0 


-0.3 


-1.6 


-7.2 


0.9 


1.0 


1.0 


2.4 


1.73 


-7.1 


4.4 


-3.7 


D 


-0.1 


0.3 


-3.9 


-4.4 


-1.5 


-2.6 


-7.5 


1.9 


-2.4 


0.3 


-4.6 


1.74 


10.3 


9.5 


4.9 


1985 J 


0.2 


-0.1 


3.3 


3.7 


-0.4 


0.3 


-12.9 


-2.4 


1.9 


0.5 


3.8 


1.72 


4.8 


-9.2 


0.9 


F 


0.1 


0.3 


-1.5 


-1.7 


0.5 


1.5 


-0.6 


-0.9 


1.1 


0.2 


0.3 


1.71 


-3.1 


-3.0 


2.8 


M 


0.4 


0.3 


1.5 


0.9 


1.0 


0.1 


9.2 


0.9 


1.2 


0.4 


1.0 


1.72 


4.4 


8.0 


3.6 


A 


0.4 


0.7 


-2.4 


-2.7 


0.7 


1.3 


9.7 


0.4 


0.2 


0.1 


-0.2 


1.71 


3.4 


23.0 


16.4 


M 


0.2 


0.6 


-3.2 


-3.7 


1.9 


2.2 


12.1 


0.9 


0.9 


0.1 


0.0 


1.69 


-4.1 


-0.2 


-0.7 


J 


-0.2 


-0.2 


-0.4 


0.0 


1.4 


2.3 


7.0 


-0.1 


0.0 


-0.1 


-0.2 


1.71 


7.4 


0.6 


-8.9 


J 


0.2 


0.3 


-0.3 


0.0 


-1.0 


0.0 


3.9 


-0.9 


-3.1 


0.1 


-0.7 


1.69 


-6.8 


-1.8 


14.8 


A 


0.1 


0.2 


-0.6 


-0.9 


0.1 


0.0 


1.9 


0.5 


-0.6 


0.0 


0.3 


1.69 


9.1 


12.1 


7.1 


S 


-0.1 


0.1 


-1.7 


-1.9 


1.0 


-0.7 


-0.6 


-0.3 


4.1 


1.0 


1.0 


1.68 


-1.3 


-1.7 


6.0 


O 


0.6 


0.4 


2.0 


2.0 


-0.1 


-1.3 


-0.8 


0.1 


1.3 


0.9 


0.3 


1.66 


-1.6 


-0.6 


3.8 


N 


0.6 


0.7 


-0.3 


-0.9 


-0.5 


0.3 


-6.7 


0.6 


-0.3 


0.6 


0.3 


1.64 


3.6 


-4.4 


3.0 


D 


0.1 


0.2 


-1.5 


-1.9 


-2.5 


-2.1 


-13.8 


-0.7 


-2.6 


0.8 


-4.0 


1.62 


3.5 


-7.0 


-10.5 


1986 J 


0.9 


1.1 


-1.3 


-2.0 


O.Of 


-0.4r 


-6.0r 


-1.0r 


1.2/ 


O.Of 


3.7f 


1.60/- 


-7.9 


11.4 


-11.1 


F 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


-0.1 


0.1 


-0.2 


-0.5 


0.2 


0.8 


0.0 


1.62 


2.5 


7.2 


11.9 


M 


-0.2 


0.0 


-1.8 


-2.0 






















-3.9 


A 


0.4 


0.5 


0.1 


0.0 

























* Actual data 

Note: Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated. Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and Tables 

identified at the head of the data columns. 

'Data from 1966-1969 are based on the 1960 Standard Industrial Classification; 1970-1980 (1970 SIC) and 1961 onwards (1980 SIC). 



10 






May 1986 

Selected economic indicators— analytical summary 



Section 1 /Concluded 





trade 


Balance of payments 
basis 


Total 
railway 
revenue 
freight 
loadings 
metric 
tonnes 


Three 

month 

treasury 

bill 

yield 


Gov't of 

Canada 

average 

bond 

yield 

10 years 

and over 


Not seasonally adjusted 






Value of retail 


Mer- 
chandise 
exports 
(including 
re- 
exports) 


Mer- 
chandise 
imports 


Consumer price index 
All items Food 


Industrial 
product 
price 
index: 
manu- 
facturing 




Total 


Motor 
vehicle 
dealers 


quarters 

and 

months 


S10/T1 


S10/T1 


S11/T1.1 


S11/T1.2 


S12/T1 


S13/T8 


S13/T8 


S5/T2 S5/T2 


S5/T1.1 


Section/ 
Table 





$000,000 


) 


'000 tonnes 


% 


% 


( 1981 - 


= 100 ) 


(1971 =100) 




22,686 


4.338 






188,672 


5.00 


5.69 


35.2 


30.6 




1966 


24,155 


4,433 






185,927 


4.59 


5.94 


36.5 


31.0 




1967 


25,711 


4,714 






192,458 


6.24 


6.75 


38.0 


32.0 




1968 


27,401 


4,796 






166,260 


7.14 


7.58 


39.7 


33.3 




1969 


28,034 


4,197 






187,979 


6.12 


7.91 


41.0 


34.1 




1970 


30,648 


4,925 


17.877.0 


15,314.0 


193,339 


3.62 


6.95 


42.2 


34.4 




1971 


33,930 


5,663 


20,129.0 


18,272.0 


194,002 


3.55 


7.23 


44.2 


37.0 




1972 


38,335 


7,422 


25,461 .0 


22,726.0 


218,246 


5.39 


7.56 


47.6 


42.4 




1973 


44,751 


8,303 


32,590.9 


30.902.0 


222,032 


7.78 


8.90 


52.8 


49.4 




1974 


51,399 


10,184 


33.510.5 


33,962.0 


207,477 


8.37 


9.04 


58.5 


55.8 




1975 


57,167 


11,058 


38,165.7 


36.607.0 


218.869 


8.89 


9.18 


62.9 


57.3 




1976 


61,651 


11,750 


44,497.8 


41.523.2 


227,805 


7.35 


8.70 


67.9 


62.0 




1977 


68.779 


13.480 


53,362.1 


49,047.1 


219,598 


8.58 


9.27 


73.9 


71.6 




1978 


77,025 


15.421 


65.581.6 


61,157.0 


238,094 


11.57 


10.21 


80.7 


81.0 




1979 


84.027 


15,698 


76.680.9 


67.902.4 


236,163 


12.70 


12.48 


88.9 


89.8 




1980 


94.293 


16,547 


84,468.4 


77,139.9 


229,979 


17.78 


15.22 


100.0 


100.0 


1000 


1981 


97,639 


14,413 


84,539.6 


66,726.3 


199,721 


13.83 


14.26 


110.8 


107.2 


106.7 


1982 


106,243 


17,198 


90,825.0 


73,119.9 


207,093 


9.32 


11.79 


117.2 


111.2 


110.4 


1983 


116,080 


20,847 


112,117.5 


91,450.2 


239.816 


11.11 


12.75 


122.3 


117.4 


115.4 


1984 


128,427 


25,978 


120,094.8 


103,278.1 


238,098 


9.46 


11.04 


127.2 


120.8 


118.5 


1985 



Percentage change from previous quarter 













C) 


(*) 










2.2 


8.8 


9.4 


9.3 


7.1 


9.69 


12.02 


0.9 


0.1 


0.4 


4 


2.7 


4.8 


6.1 


6.4 


1.5 


10.22 


13.06 


1.2 


3.0 


1.8 


1 


2.3 


4.2 


5.1 


3.0 


3.1 


11.74 


13.81 


0.9 


1.4 


1.3 


2 


1.0 


-0.8 


5.3 


6.3 


4.8 


12.08 


12.63 


0.9 


0.9 


0.9 


3 


2.4 


4.9 


-0.1 


-2.7 


-0.9 


10.13 


11.66 


0.7 


-0.7 


0.2 


4 


3.4 


9.3 


1.9 


4.2 


-3.5 


11.08 


11.93 


1.2 


1.8 


1.2 


1 


2.5 


8.0 


0.7 


4.9 


0.1 


9.35 


10.88 


1.1 


1.1 


0.5 


2 


2.7 


5.8 


-0.7 


4.7 


-1.2 


8.95 


10.96 


0.9 


0.0 


0.0 


3 


2.8 


1.7 


4.8 


1.6 


5.2 


9.09 


10.06 


0.9 


-0.3 


0.7 


4 



-2.6 



2.7 



-0.3 



10.50 



9.54 



1.2 



2.4 



Percentage change from previous month 



0.9 



1983 



1984 



1985 



1986 



4.3 


5.2 


0.4 


-4.1 


6.5 


10.56 


13.31 


0.2 


0.3 


0.6 


A 1984 


-2.3 


-1.7 


4.8 


7.0 


1.4 


11.27 


13.93 


0.2 


-0.3 


0.1 


M 


1.0 


2.2 


-1.6 


-2.8 


-2.9 


11.74 


13.81 


0.4 


1.3 


0.1 


J 


1.1 


-0.5 


4.4 


3.1 


4.7 


12.81 


13.41 


0.6 


0.9 


0.9 


J 


-1.0 


-2.0 


1.1 


9.1 


2.4 


12.21 


12.89 


0.0 


-0.7 


0.0 


A 


2.2 


0.6 


-0.8 


-8.9 


0.0 


12.08 


12.63 


0.1 


-0.6 


0.0 


S 


0.4 


6.7 


2.8 


-0.7 


-2.6 


11.83 


12.18 


0.2 


0.0 


0.0 





1.0 


-2.3 


-3.0 


0.4 


6.3 


10.92 


11.81 


0.6 


0.0 


0.3 


N 


0.5 


0.3 


-1.7 


3.4 


-8.8 


10.13 


11.66 


0.1 


0.0 


0.3 


D 


0.5 


4.1 


1.3 


3.1 


0.8 


9.52 


11.38 


0.4 


1.2 


0.6 


J 1985 


1.5 


3.7 


0.1 


-3.0 


-1.0 


10.57 


12.30 


0.6 


1.1 


0.2 


F 


3.4 


9.2 


8.3 


2.3 


1.6 


11.08 


11.93 


0.2 


-0.2 


0.6 


M 


-0.6 


0.9 


-2.6 


-0.2 


0.5 


9.92 


11.50 


0.4 


1.2 


0.0 


A 


0.5 


-0.6 


-0.8 


4.9 


-1.1 


9.56 


10.76 


0.2 


-0.7 


0.3 


M 


0.2 


1.0 


-4.2 


3.9 


-1.3 


9.35 


10.88 


0.6 


0.6 


0.0 


J 


0.8 


2.1 


-7.4 


-1.9 


0.8 


9.16 


10.91 


0.3 


0.6 


0.0 


J 


2.2 


4.5 


12.4 


3.5 


-2.8 


9.02 


10.79 


0.2 


-0.5 


-0.1 


A 


0.4 


0.5 


6.7 


0.5 


3.5 


8.95 


10.96 


0.2 


-1.0 


0.V 


S 


0.6 


-1.6 


2.2 


-3.3 


2.1 


8.58 


10.72 


0.3 


-0.2 


0.3 


O 


1.7 


1.6 


-8.8 


8.3 


0.5 


8.72 


10.34 


0.4 


0.5 


0.3 


N 


0.2 


1.4 


2.3 


-5.2 


4.1 


9.09 


10.06 


0.5 


1.3 


0.5 


D 


-0.3r 


-1.0r 


6.5f 


9.8r 


-0.6 


10.02 


10.49 


0.5 


1.6 


0.8 


J 1986 


0.4 


0.4 


-7.4/- 


0.8r 


-1.0 


11.55 


9.96 


0.4 


-0.5 


-0.1 


F 






-6.8 


-18.2 


-5.3 


10.50 


9.54 


0.2 


0.2 


-0.4 


M 



* Actual data 

Note: Percentage changes are based on seasonalfy adjusted data unless otherwise indicated. Monthfy and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and Tables 

identified at the head of the data columns. 



11 



Sectionl /Concluded 

Business leading indicators for Canada, filtered data 1 



May 1986 





Composite index of 
10 leading indicators 


Average 

manufactur- 
ing (hours) 


Residential 

construction 

index 1 


United 

States 

composite 

leading 

index 


Real 

money 

supply 

(M1)> 


New orders 

durable 

goods 


Retail 

trade 

furniture 

and 

appliance 

sales 


New motor 

vehicle 

sales 


Ratio 
shipments/ 
finished 
inventories 
manufac- 
turing 


Index 

of 

stock 

prices 4 


Percentage 

change in 

price per 

unit labour 

cost manu- 


Month 


filtered 


not tittered 


facturing 


D 


99475 


99540 


99476 


99477 


99478 


99479 


99480 


99481 


99482 


99483 


99484 


99485 




1971 = 


100 ) 




1971 =100 


1967=100 


( $1971 


millions ) 


( $1971 thousands ) 






% 


1984 F 


154.53 


157.8 


38.73 


67.1 


164.05 


10,437.3 


3,318.0 


107,983 


550,910 


1.61 


2.256.5 


0.76 


M 


156.33 


160.2 


38.72 


66.0 


165.10 


10,407.1 


3,323.3 


108,074 


563,780 


1.61 


2.235.5 


0.85 


A 


157.94 


160.4 


38.66 


65.0 


166.12 


10,385.5 


3,303.4 


108,766 


568,260 


1.62 


2,196.2 


0.94 


M 


159.24 


160.6 


38.61 


65.0 


166.99 


10,372.7 


3,289.4 


108,837 


571 ,602 


1.61 


2,141.4 


1.01 


J 


160.22 


160.9 


38.59 


65.9 


167.47 


10,356.2 


3.275.0 


108,489 


573,498 


1.61 


2,087.3 


1.06 


J 


160.73 


159.8 


38.57 


66.9 


167.26 


10,321.9 


3,263.6 


108,231 


577,375 


1.61 


2,038.9 


1.10 


A 


161.08 


161.1 


38.56 


67.9 


166.76 


10,265.6 


3,288.1 


107,455 


577,624 


1.62 


2,023.6 


1.12 


S 


161.19 


160.4 


38.55 


68.3 


166.32 


10,219.6 


3,287.3 


107,645 


574,202 


1.62 


2,026.5 


1.10 


O 


160.79 


157.7 


38.44 


67.6 


165.78 


10,197.7 


3,295.8 


108.145 


577,005 


1.61 


2,044.3 


1.03 


N 


160.35 


159.3 


38.45 


66.8 


165.37 


10,174.1 


3.311.8 


109,677 


580.437 


1.61 


2,074.1 


0.92 


D 


159.77 


158.0 


38.45 


65.8 


164.96 


10,148.9 


3,345.7 


111,534 


590,934 


1.61 


2,115.7 


0.79 


1985 J 


159.31 


158.9 


38.46 


66.9 


164.90 


10.133.8 


3.357.6 


1 1 1 ,468 


604,469 


1.62 


2,186.7 


0.63 


F 


158.76 


157.2 


38.46 


68.2 


165.23 


10,102.7 


3,358.8 


1 1 1 ,232 


615.298 


1.62 


2,264.6 


0.45 


M 


158.32 


157.9 


38.51 


69.2 


165.77 


10,086.7 


3,365.6 


1 1 1 ,966 


627.267 


1.62 


2,328.1 


0.26 


A 


157.83 


156.6 


38.57 


71.1 


166.23 


10,057.8 


3,376.3 


112,766 


640.666 


1.62 


2,376.2 


0.08 


M 


157.62 


158.4 


38.66 


73.5 


166.66 


10,054.1 


3.385.6 


113,160 


652,344 


1.62 


2,428.9 


-0.09 


J 


157.77 


159.6 


38.73 


75.5 


167.03 


10,066.9 


3,407.8 


113,467 


667,739 


1.62 


2,481.4 


-0.23 


J 


158.43 


162.1 


38.79 


78.4 


167.41 


10,085.9 


3,440.5 


113,584 


678,855 


1.63 


2.538.3 


-0.32 


A 


159.75 


165.3 


38.83 


83.2 


167.86 


10,120.3 


3,504.1 


113.840 


692,612 


1.64 


2.588.0 


-0.36 


S 


161.29 


165.4 


38.86 


88.6 


168.38 


10,177.8 


3,530.0 


114,770 


710,609 


1.65 


2,602.1 


-0.36 


O 


163.15 


168.4 


38.88 


92.7 


169.06 


10,247.0 


3,558.0 


116,668 


722,048 


1.65 


2,602.7 


-0.33 


N 


165.29 


171.0 


38.94 


95.1 


169.78 


10,325.8 


3,593.6 


118,645 


733,965 


1.66 


2,617.7 


-0.30 


D 


167.49 


172.3 


38.98 


94.6 


170.79 


10,395.7 


3,649.2 


120,616 


752,201 


1.67 


2,651.3 


-0.26 



1986 J 



169.44 



172.4 



38.95 



93.9 



171.82 



10,425.2 



3,701.7 



121,968 



761 ,460 



1.68 



2,691.5 



-0.23 



'In general the term filtering refers to removing, or filtering out, movements of the data that repeat themselves with roughly the same frequency. "Composite Index of Housing Starts 

(units). Building Permits (dollars), and Mortgage Loan Approvals (number). 'Deflated by the Consumer Price Index. 'Toronto Stock Exchange (300 Stock Index excluding oil and gas 

component). 

Source: Quarterly Economic Summary: Statistical Supplement (Cat 13-007E), Statistics Canada. For more information on filtering consult Quarterly Economic Summary, STC 

(Cat. 13-006). 



12 



Section 2 ■ Population Statistics 

14 1. Population by Province 

14 2. Immigration to Canada, by Country of Last Permanent Residence 

15 3. Immigration to Canada, by Province of (Intended) Destination 

15 4. Immigration to Canada, by (Intended) Occupational Group 

16 5. Births, by Province 
16 6. Deaths, by Province 
16 7. Marriages, by Province 






13 



Section 2— Tables 1 and 2 

Table 1: Population 1 for Canada, the Provinces and the Territories (thousands) 



May 1986 



Year 
and 




























quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alia 


B.C. 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 





1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


1984 June 


25,124.1 


579.3 


125.9 


871.1 


714.6 


6,544.9 


8,942.4 


1 ,058.8 


1,006.9 


2,350.2 


2,857.9 


22.4 


49.7 


1985 June 


25,359.8 


580.7 


127.4 


879.8 


719.6 


6,582.7 


9,064.2 


1 ,070.6 


1,017.8 


2,358.0 


2,884.7 


23.2 


51.0 


1983 Jan. 


24,782.6 


573.5 


123.6 


858.2 


704.1 


6,492.9 


8,782.8 


1,042.8 


987.8 


2.337.9 


2,808.1 


22.7 


48.2 


Apr. 


24,839.4 


574.8 


124.0 


859.8 


705.7 


6,502.1 


8,807.0 


1,045.5 


991.0 


2,343.7 


2,814.9 


22.5 


48.4 


July 


24,904.6 


576.4 


124.6 


862.5 


708.5 


6,512.3 


8,833.8 


1,049.0 


994.7 


2,347.1 


2,824.4 


22.5 


48.7 


Oct. 


24,964.3 


577.2 


125.1 


865.8 


710.3 


6,518.0 


8,864.5 


1 ,052.0 


998.5 


2,346.3 


2,834.9 


22.5 


49.2 


1984 Jan. 


25,021.4 


577.8 


125.3 


867.8 


711.6 


6,526.0 


8,894.9 


1,054.1 


1,001.3 


2,348.1 


2,842.7 


22.3 


49.5 


Apr. 


25,077.6 


578.5 


125.6 


869.6 


713.1 


6,535.9 


8,921.5 


1 ,056.6 


1,004.6 


2,349.8 


2,850.6 


22.3 


49.6 


July 


25,145.2 


579.5 


125.9 


871.6 


715.1 


6,548.5 


8,952.7 


1 ,059.7 


1 ,008.4 


2,351.0 


2,860.4 


22.6 


49.8 


Oct. 


25,209.4 


579.4 


126.5 


875.4 


716.2 


6,557.6 


8,991.2 


1,063.0 


1,011.9 


2,345.7 


2,869.4 


23.0 


50.2 


1985 Jan. 


25,263.8 


579.2 


127.1 


877.4 


717.7 


6,564.3 


9,021.9 


1,065.9 


1,014.7 


2,346.7 


2,875.3 


23.1 


50.6 


Apr. 


25,319.3 


580.0 


127.3 


878.7 


718.8 


6,574.4 


9,045.9 


1,068.8 


1,016.5 


2,353.8 


2,881.0 


23.2 


51.0 


July 


25,380.0 


581.1 


127.5 


880.4 


719.7 


6,586.2 


9,075.1 


1,071.2 


1,018.1 


2,359.9 


2,886.5 


23.2 


51.0 


Oct. 


25,446.2 


581.1 


127.8 


882.2 


719.4 


6,599.3 


9,109.8 


1 ,073.4 


1,017.7 


2,368.4 


2.892.8 


23.1 


51.2 



'As of the first of each month, quarterly and annual data from 1951 to April 1, 1981 are intercensal estimates; the June 3, 1981 Census Count has been adjusted to correspond to 
June 1; final postcensal estimates from July 1, 1981 to June 1, 1982; updated postcensal estimates from July 1, 1982 to October 1, 1983 and preliminary postcensal estimates from 
January 1, to October 1, 1984. For an explanation of population estimates methodology and data sources, see Catalogues 91-210 (first issue) and 91-001, Vol. 10, No. 2. 
Sources: Quarterly Estimates of Population for Canada, the Provinces and the Territories (91-001), Postcensal Annual Estimates of Population by Marital Status, Age, Sex 
and Components of Growth for Canada, Provinces and Territories at June 1st (91-201). 



Table 2: Immigration to Canada, by country of last permanent residence 



Year 


Total 


Total 
Europe' 






Asia 








Austra- 
lasia 


United 
States 


West 
Indies 1 


Africa 


Other 

North and 

Central 

America 1 


South 
America 


All 


and 
quarter 


Total 


India 


Hong 
Kong 


Vietnam 


Philip- 
pines 


Other 
Asia 


Other 
countries' 





27 


41 


36 


125590 


125591 


125592 


125593 


125594 


37 


38 


39 


125596 


125597 


125598 


40 


1983 
1984 


89.157 
88,199 


24.312 
20,831 


36,906 
41 ,877 


7.041 
5,470 


6,710 
7,707 


6.451 
10,975 


4,454 
3,740 


12,250 
13,985 


478 
535 


7,381 
6,869 


7,216 
5.585 


3,659 
3,547 


3,654 
4,033 


4,816 
4,073 


735 
849 


1982 3 
4 


29,658 
26,759 


11,940 
9,627 


10,100 
9,084 


1,491 
2,217 


1,745 
1,538 


1,408 
1.145 


1,296 
1,123 


4,160 
3,061 


222 
176 


2,253 
2,329 


1,851 
2.015 


1,298 
873 


333 
629 


1.322 
1.702 


339 
324 


1983 1 
2 
3 
4 


21,958 
22,859 
22,923 
21,417 


6,576 
6,388 
5,490 
5,858 


8,058 
9,441 
9,971 
9,436 


1,770 
1,607 
1,769 
1,895 


1,255 
1,514 
2,199 
1,742 


1,003 
1,761 
1,642 
2,045 


1.085 

1,273 

1,123 

973 


2,945 
3,286 
3,238 
2,781 


121 
101 
112 
144 


1,973 
1,860 
1,895 
1,653 


1,925 
2,014 
1,782 
1,495 


788 

875 

1,128 

868 


867 

888 

1,276 

623 


1.421 
1,142 
1,094 
1,159 


229 
150 
175 
181 


1984 1 
2 
3 
4 


18,306 
25,419 
24,984 
19,490 


4,221 
5,806 
5,790 
5,014 


8,616 
11,605 
12.321 

9,335 


1,689 

1,757 

1,215 

809 


1,382 
1,997 
2,719 
1,609 


1,935 
2,538 
3,363 
3,139 


801 
1,127 
1,044 

768 


2,809 
4,186 
3,980 
3,010 


120 

166 

152 

97 


1,330 
2,146 
2,021 
1,372 


1,146 
1,703 
1,732 
1,004 


671 
1,174 
1.046 

656 


1,109 

1,120 

797 

1,007 


929 

1,366 
974 
804 


164 
333 
151 
201 


1985 1 
2 


17,689 
17,303 


4,104 
3,947 


8,121 
7,770 


793 
827 


1,428 
1,462 


2,340 
2,077 


736 
612 


2,824 
2,792 


132 
141 


1,348 
1,463 


1,175 
1,157 


767 

808 


982 

1,007 


896 
827 


164 
183 



'Includes the CANSIM series for Great Britain(D28), France(D29), Germany(D30). Netherlands(D31), Greece(D32), flaly(D33), Portugal(D34), Poland(D1 25589), Other Europe(D35). Data for 
these countries may be obtained by contacting CANSIM Division 613-990-8200, or any of the Statistics Canada Regional Offices. 'A list of countries included in this grouping may be 
obtained from Population Estimates Section, Demography Div., Statistics Canada 613-990-9581. 
Source: Employment and Immigration Canada. 



14 



May 1986 

Table 3: Immigration to Canada, by province of destination 



Section 2 — Tables 3 and 4 



Year 


























and 
























Yukon. 


quarter 


Canada 


NrW. 


PEL 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


N.W.T. 


D 


74 


75 


76 


77 


78 


79 


80 


81 


82 


83 


84 


85 


1984 


88,199 


297 


108 


1,035 


604 


14,620 


41,518 


3,906 


2,150 


10,665 


13,180 


116 


1985 


84.253 


325 


112 


962 


593 


14,893 


40,652 


3,415 


1,911 


9.000 


12,290 


100 


1983 1 


21,958 


64 


19 


167 


113 


4,512 


9,824 


891 


408 


2,566 


3,373 


21 


2 


22,859 


65 


35 


212 


184 


4,309 


10,026 


1,113 


481 


2,910 


3,481 


43 


3 


22,923 


63 


28 


233 


152 


4,125 


10,292 


1,074 


449 


2,743 


3,737 


27 


4 


21,417 


83 


23 


221 


105 


3,428 


9,894 


900 


397 


2,469 


3,856 


41 


1984 1 


18,306 


52 


16 


171 


115 


3,159 


8,107 


872 


434 


2,358 


2,997 


25 


2 


25,419 


116 


37 


321 


188 


4,353 


11,751 


1.128 


584 


3,052 


3,863 


26 


3 


24.984 


83 


31 


309 


182 


4,086 


12,129 


1.000 


594 


3.034 


3,498 


38 


4 


19,490 


46 


24 


234 


119 


3,022 


9,531 


906 


538 


2.221 


2,822 


27 


1985 1 


17.689 


87 


24 


206 


106 


2,869 


8,559 


742 


389 


2,007 


2,678 


22 


2 


17,303 


56 


25 


231 


148 


2,966 


8,141 


638 


437 


1,994 


2,639 


28 


3 


27,453 


70 


27 


290 


187 


5,047 


13,157 


1,172 


600 


2.812 


4,061 


30 


4 


21,808 


112 


36 


235 


152 


4,011 


10,795 


863 


485 


2,187 


2,912 


20 



Source: Employment and Immigration Canada. 



Table 4. Immigration to Canada, by (intended) occupational group 1 















Destined to the labour force 










Not destined to the labour force 






Profes- 




Commer- 




Transport 




Mining 












Students 




Year 


Total 




sional 




cial 


Service 


and 




and 












(18 years 




and 


immi- 


Mana- 


and 




and fi- 


and re- 


communi- 


Agricul- 


quarry- 


Manufac- 


La- 


Sub- 






and 


Sub- 


quarter 


gration 


gerial 3 


technical 


Clerical 


nancial 


creation 


cation 


ture 


ing 3 


turing" 


bourers 


total 5 


Spouses" 


Children 


over) 7 


total' 


D 


55 


56 


57 


58 


59 


60 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


1983 


89,157 


2,503 


7,131 


3,540 


1,499 


3,902 


618 


1,419 


118 


6,833 


435 


37,109 


15,493 


7,372 


18,291 


52,048 


1984 


88,199 


2,554 


6,056 


3,143 


1,534 


5,307 


567 


1,167 


137 


7.587 


510 


38,523 


14,530 


7.064 


17,609 


49,676 


1982 3 


29,658 


1,126 


3,889 


1,480 


567 


948 


175 


452 


30 


2.492 


147 


13,000 


4,350 


3,227 


6,303 


16,658 


4 


26,759 


756 


2,780 


1,279 


458 


1,026 


204 


455 


37 


2,389 


159 


11,914 


4,045 


2,501 


5,169 


14,845 


1983 1 


21,958 


613 


1,813 


933 


369 


1,133 


134 


362 


29 


1,586 


125 


9,456 


3,632 


1,861 


4,394 


12,502 


2 


22,859 


578 


1,895 


932 


380 


947 


186 


407 


27 


1,884 


102 


9,783 


3,787 


1,871 


4,559 


13,076 


3 


22,923 


723 


1,874 


903 


397 


780 


129 


346 


28 


1,617 


93 


8,913 


4,174 


1.944 


5,224 


14,010 


4 


21,417 


589 


1,549 


772 


353 


1,042 


169 


304 


34 


1,746 


115 


8,957 


3.900 


1.696 


4,114 


12.460 


1984 1 


18,306 


427 


1,299 


635 


329 


1,103 


104 


292 


24 


1,543 


76 


8,203 


3,014 


1,409 


3,438 


10,103 


2 


25,419 


612 


1,672 


927 


414 


1,851 


149 


328 


29 


1.953 


141 


1 1 ,466 


4,166 


1,871 


4,703 


13,953 


3 


24,984 


902 


1,736 


683 


445 


1,461 


142 


301 


43 


2,207 


142 


10.151 


4,175 


2,050 


5,691 


14,833 


4 


19.490 


613 


1,349 


698 


346 


892 


172 


246 


41 


1,884 


151 


8,703 


3,175 


1,734 


3.777 


10,787 


1985 1 


17,689 


614 


1,346 


689 


307 


1,341 


125 


231 


36 


1,698 


105 


8,536 


2,702 


1,361 


3.414 


9,153 


2 


17,303 


587 


1,328 


668 


301 


1,134 


125 


236 


38 


1,575 


131 


8,227 


2,625 


1.266 


3.301 


9,076 



'The occupational status of the majority of the persons destined to the labour force is determined by immigration officials by an examination of documentary evidence provided by the 
immigrants. The classification of occupations is similar to that used in the 1971 Census; see Occupational Classification Manual. Census of Canada. 1971, Catalogue Number 12-536E. 
Vol. I. 'Beginning with 1978. this is subdivided into entrepreneurs and managers-administrators. For breakdown refer to CANSIM main base 'Includes logging, fishing, trapping and 
hunting. 'Includes mechanical and construction. 'Includes a small number in non-specified occupations. 'Beginning with 1978 includes fiances and fiancees. 'Does not include 
students entering Canada on students' visas. 'Includes also retired persons, elderly dependents, and other unspecified persons 
Source: Employment and Immigration Canada. 



15 



Section 2 


—Tables 5-7 
























May 1986 


Table 5: 


Births, 1 by province (number) 






















Year and 
quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


D 


144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


152 


153 


154 


155 


156 


1983 
1984 


373,689 
377,031 


8,929 
8,560 


1,907 
1,954 


12,401 
12,378 


10,518 
10,360 


88.154 
87,839 


126,826 
131,296 


16,602 
16.651 


17,847 
18,014 


45,555 
44.105 


42,919 
43,911 


540 
519 


1,491 
1,444 


1982 4 


89,857 


2,119 


481 


3,048 


2,599 


21,215 


30,71 1 


3,952 


4,302 


10.802 


10,172 


114 


342 


1983 1 
2 
3 

4 


90,272 
97,346 
95,476 
90,595 


2,351 
2,298 
2,301 
1,979 


466 
491 
491 
459 


2,893 
3,242 
3,215 
3,051 


2,502 
2.793 
2,640 
2,583 


21,276 
23,016 
22,343 
21,519 


30,351 
33.283 
32,261 
30,931 


4,002 
4,329 
4,294 
3,977 


4,324 
4,680 
4,522 
4,321 


1 1 .228 
1 1 .708 
1 1 ,855 
10,764 


10,381 
10,963 
11,047 
10,528 


132 
145 
135 
128 


366 
398 
372 
355 


1984 1 
2 
3 
4 


91,429 
97,033 
98,012 
90,557 


2,157 
2,287 
2,244 
1,872 


470 
475 
511 
498 


3,001 
3,130 
3,212 
3,035 


2.496 
2.705 
2.641 
2,518 


21,423 
22,887 
22,657 
20,872 


31 ,227 
33,561 
34,504 
32,004 


4,107 
4,180 
4,389 
3,975 


4,532 
4,537 
4,694 
4,251 


10,911 
11,315 
1 1 .393 
10,486 


10,655 
1 1 ,427 
11,299 
10,530 


120 
143 
132 
124 


330 
386 
336 
392 


1985 1 
2 
3 


93,890 
99,820 
97,430 


2,240 
2,050 
2,190 


460 
500 
540 


2,920 
3,370 
3,220 


2,550 
2.780 
2.590 


21,610 
23,460 
23,060 


32,420 
34,800 
32,260 


4.130 
4,240 
4.610 


4,260 
4,710 
4.730 


11,790 
11.850 
12,200 


10,930 
11,660 
11.600 


170 
100 
110 


410 

300 
320 



'Monthly figures do not add to total shown because month was not reported for 200 Quebec births. 

Table 6: Deaths, by province (number) 



Year and 
quarter 



Canada 



Nfld. 



PEL 



N.S. 



N.B. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Man. 



Sask. 



Alta. 



B.C. 



Yukon 



N.W.T. 



160 



168 



1983 


174,484 


3,498 


1,050 


7,047 


5,206 


44,275 


64,507 


8,521 


7,611 


12,588 


19,827 


113 


241 


1984 


175,727 


3,520 


1,109 


6,913 


5,272 


44,449 


64,703 


8,290 


7,710 


12,730 


20.686 


108 


237 


1982 4 


45,632 


911 


224 


1,755 


1.404 


11,240 


16,490 


2,166 


2,302 


3,450 


5,621 


29 


40 


1983 1 


45,676 


944 


257 


1,926 


1.430 


12,060 


16,675 


2,220 


1,915 


3,273 


4,907 


24 


45 


2 


43,169 


838 


282 


1,731 


1,256 


10,998 


16,194 


2,021 


1,871 


2.954 


4,924 


32 


68 


3 


41 ,397 


822 


267 


1,655 


1,195 


10,120 


15,261 


2,118 


1,957 


3,121 


4,781 


23 


77 


4 


44,242 


894 


244 


1,735 


1,325 


11,097 


16,377 


2,162 


1.868 


3,240 


5,215 


34 


51 


1984 1 


44,855 


887 


317 


1,919 


1,330 


11,366 


16,368 


2,104 


1.892 


3.222 


5,377 


25 


48 


2 


43,665 


945 


278 


1,746 


1,319 


11,047 


16,052 


2,058 


1.958 


3,155 


5,019 


23 


65 


3 


42,473 


874 


238 


1,567 


1,297 


10,802 


15,531 


2,048 


1,944 


3,110 


4,969 


29 


64 


4 


44,734 


814 


276 


1,681 


1,326 


11,234 


16,752 


2,080 


1,916 


3,243 


5,321 


31 


60 


1985 1 


46,700 


900 


260 


1,850 


1,330 


12,830 


17,050 


2,140 


1.940 


3,240 


5,100 


20 


40 


2 


44,770 


820 


300 


1,730 


1,370 


1 1 ,770 


16.580 


2,040 


2.090 


3,110 


4,880 


30 


50 


3 


42,720 


740 


260 


1,710 


1,280 


10,660 


15,310 


2,080 


2,120 


3,410 


5,080 


30 


40 



Table 7: 


Marriages, 1 by province (number) 






















Year and 
quarter 


Canada Nfld. P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


D 


170 171 172 


173 


174 


175 


176 


177 


178 


179 


180 


181 


182 



1983 


184,675 


3,778 


937 


6,505 


5,260 


36,144 


70,893 


8,261 


7,504 


21,172 


23,692 


243 


286 


1984 


185,597 


3,567 


1,057 


6,798 


5,294 


37,433 


71,922 


8,393 


7,213 


20,052 


23,397 


212 


259 


1982 4 


41,885 


896 


181 


1,445 


1,038 


6,957 


16,627 


1,862 


1,732 


5,102 


5,924 


54 


67 


1983 1 


17,952 


393 


62 


614 


383 


2,303 


7,207 


791 


616 


2,557 


2.957 


28 


41 


2 


50.802 


936 


225 


1,581 


1,383 


9,993 


19,973 


2,278 


2.014 


5,929 


6.379 


45 


66 


3 


72,295 


1,502 


459 


2,774 


2,356 


16,177 


26,420 


3,227 


3.055 


7,816 


8,323 


100 


86 


4 


43,626 


947 


191 


1,536 


1,138 


7,671 


17,293 


1,965 


1.819 


4,870 


6,033 


70 


93 


1984 1 


18,423 


398 


92 


666 


409 


2,400 


7,485 


875 


626 


2.422 


2,991 


25 


34 


2 


52,629 


933 


247 


1.730 


1,435 


10,889 


20,526 


2,395 


2,124 


5.732 


6,496 


48 


74 


3 


71,006 


1,438 


484 


2,768 


2,280 


16,389 


26.490 


3,111 


2,815 


7,225 


7,840 


82 


84 


4 


43,539 


798 


234 


1,634 


1,170 


7,755 


17.421 


2,012 


1,648 


4,673 


6,070 


57 


67 


1985 1 


17,600 


360 


50 


600 


380 


2,060 


7.440 


720 


560 


2,440 


2,910 


30 


50 


2 


49,700 


930 


200 


1,510 


1,400 


9,640 


20,160 


2,110 


2,050 


5,700 


5,920 


30 


50 


3 


70,470 


1,520 


440 


2,860 


2,170 


15,020 


25,580 


3,320 


3,060 


8,090 


8,250 


90 


70 



'Monthly figures do not add to total shown because month was not reported for 204 marriages in Quebec 
Source: Vital Statistics (84-001), (84-205) and (84-206), Statistics Canada. 



16 



Section 3 ■ System of National Accounts 



1. Income and Expenditure Accounts 

1.1 National Income and Gross National Product 

1.2 Gross National Expenditure 

1.3 Gross National Expenditure, Constant Dollars 

1.4 Sources of Personal Income 

1.5 Disposition of Personal Income 

1.6 Sources and Disposition of Gross Saving 

1.7 Government Revenue, Expenditure, and Surplus or Deficit, by Level of Government 

1.8 Implicit Price Indexes, Gross National Expenditure 

1.9 Relation between Gross National Product at Market Prices and 
Gross Domestic Product at Factor Cost 

2. Domestic Product by Industry 

2.1 Gross Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, Quarterly 

2.2 Gross Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, Monthly 

3. Balance of International Payments 

3.1 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Current Account, All Countries 

3.2 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Current Account, Area Distribution 

3.3 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Capital Account, All Countries 



17 



Section 3— Tables 1.1 and 1.2 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.1: National income and gross national product (millions of dollars) 



May 1986 































GNP at 






























market 




Wages. 










Accr'd 


Net 














prices 




salaries. 










net 


income of 








Capital 






excl. 




and 




Corpo- 


Deduct 


Interest 


income 


non-farm 




Net 




consump. 






accrued 




supple- 


Military 


ration 


dividends 


& misc. 


of larm 


un-incorp. 




national 


Indirect 


allow- 






net 


Year 


mentary 


pay and 


profits 


paid 


invest- 


operators 


business 


Inventory 


income 


taxes 


ances 


Residual 


GNP at 


income 


and 


labour 


allow- 


before 


to non- 


ment 


from farm 


incl. 


valuation 


at factor 


less 


& misc. 


error of 


market 


of farm 


quarter 


income 


ances 


taxes' 


residents' 


income 1 


prod. 4 


rent" 


adjust.* 


cost 


subsidies 


val. adj. 


estimate 


prices 


operators 


D 


40000 


40001 


40002 


40003 


40004 


40005 


40006 


40007 


40008 


40009 


40010 


40011 


40012 


40013 


D 


40240 


40241 


40242 


40243 


40244 


40245 


40246 


40247 


40248 


40249 


40250 


40251 


40252 


40253 


1983 


218.963 


2.375 


32.684 


-2,646 


30.245 


3,572 


18.333 


-2,400 


301,126 


41,417 


47,519 


-218 


389,844 


386,272 


1984 


232.220 


2,602 


39,606 


-3,939 


33.636 


4,274 


20,496 


-2,692 


326,203 


44,150 


51,744 


-1 ,227 


420,870 


416,596 


Unadjustec 


for seasonality 


























1984 3 


59,395 


658 


9,554 


-709 


8.455 


6,971 


5,698 


-303 


89,719 


11,304 


13,072 


-921 


113,174 


106,203 


4 


59.559 


655 


10,453 


-1 ,505 


7,983 


-325 


5,348 


-561 


81 ,607 


11,577 


13,558 


842 


107,584 


107,909 


1985 1 


58.892 


662 


10,248 


-1.637 


9,201 


-1,125 


4,885 


-977 


80,149 


12,441 


13,301 


-1 ,245 


104,646 


105,771 


2 


62.091 


685 


10,486 


-871 


8.339 


-716 


5.933 


-748 


85.199 


10,840 


13,658 


450 


110,147 


110,863 


3 


63,746 


691 


9.670 


-584 


8,469 


7,012 


6.527 


-259 


95,272 


12.833 


13,976 


-289 


121,792 


114,780 


4 


63.815 


692 


11,358 


-1,391 


8,804 


-218 


6,186 


-642 


88,604 


13.188 


14,318 


1,029 


117,139 


117,357 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


234,372 


2,620 


39,280 


-3,548 


33.224 


4,260 


20,872 


-1,420 


329.660 


43,884 


52,348 


4 


237,952 


2,656 


41,048 


-4,460 


33,384 


4,152 


21 ,524 


-3,572 


332.684 


45,960 


53,236 


1985 1 


241,760 


2,676 


42,004 


-6,604 


35,576 


4,700 


22.164 


-2.984 


339.292 


48,456 


53,996 


2 


246,236 


2,692 


40,244 


-3,912 


34,704 


6,500 


23.060 


-2,312 


347,212 


47,096 


54,908 


3 


251,352 


2,748 


40,272 


-3,192 


34,452 


3,796 


23,940 


-1.436 


351 ,932 


50,072 


55,900 


4 


254,828 


2,804 


44,528 


-4.224 


34,520 


4,816 


24,960 


-3.772 


358,460 


51,584 


56,208 



-1,552 424,340 420,080 

-1,056 430,824 426,672 

-656 441 ,088 436,388 

-356 448,860 442,360 

232 458,136 454,340 

560 466,812 461,996 



'Excludes profits (net of losses) of government business enterprises. 'Includes the withholding tax applicable to this item. 'Includes profits (net of losses) of government business 
enterprises and interest and miscellaneous investment income of government. 'Includes value of physical change in farm inventories. The seasonally adjusted data includes an arbitrary 
smoothing of crop production and standard seasonal adjustment for withdrawals of grain from farm stocks and the change in other farm-held inventories. Because of the arbitrary ele- 
ment, too precise an interpretation should not be given the seasonally adjusted figures. 'Includes net income of independent professional practitioners 'See footnote 4. Table 1.2. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Account* (13-001), Statistic* Canada. 



Table 1.2: Gross national expenditure (millions of dollars) 





Personal 
expend- 
iture on 
consu- 
mer 
goods 
and 
services 


Govern- 
ment 
current 
expend- 
iture 
on 
goods 
and ser- 
vices' 


Total 


Gro! 

Govern- 
ment 
totaP 


>s fixed capital formation 
Business 1 






Value of physical 
change in inventories 




Exports 
of 
goods 
and ser- 
vices 


Deducts: 

imports 

of 

goods 

and 

services 


Residual 
error 
of esti- 
mate 






Total 


Govern- 
ment 
total 


Business 




Non- 
farm* 


Farm & 
grain in 
commer- 
cial 
chan- 
nels* 


Gross 


Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Resi- 
dential 
con- 
struc- 
tion 


Non- 
resi- 
dential 
construc- 
tion 


Machin- 
ery 
and 
equip- 
ment 


national 
expend- 
iture at 
market 
prices 


D 
D 


40014 
40254 


40015 
40255 


40016 
40256 


40017 
40257 


40021 
40261 


40022 

40262 


40023 
40263 


40024 
40264 


40025 
40265 


40026 
40266 


40027 
40267 


40028 
40268 


40029 
40269 


40030 
40270 


40031 
40271 


40548 
40551 


1983 
1984 


229,184 
247,113 


84,311 
90,861 


76,448 
78.489 


10,629 
11,706 


65,819 
66,783 


16,318 
15,809 


24,231 
23,920 


25,270 
27,054 


-1.224 
1,564 


-45 
20 


-677 
2,592 


-502 
-1.048 


108.169 
131,311 


-107,262 
-129.694 


218 
1,226 


389,844 
420,870 


Unadjusted for seasonality 




























1984 3 
4 


60,547 
66.898 


22,908 
23,481 


20.734 
19.529 


3,452 
3,174 


17,282 
16,355 


4,614 
3,880 


6,538 
6,055 


6.130 
6.420 


6,684 
-3,080 


78 
-72 


1,088 
-300 


5,518 
-2,708 


33,636 
34,041 


-32.256 
-32.442 


921 
-843 


113,174 
107.584 


1985 1 
2 
3 
4 


62,322 
67,450 
66,956 
73,794 


24,609 
23,097 
24,188 
25,026 


18,314 
22,420 
23,441 
22,734 


2,495 
2,912 
3,574 
3,214 


15,819 
19,508 
19,867 
19,520 


3,251 
4.873 
5,856 
5,276 


5,439 
6,513 
7,117 
6,642 


7.129 
8,122 
6.894 
7,602 


-672 
-1.762 
8.081 
-2,643 


-39 
50 
20 

-95 


1.716 

-796 

1.551 

-63 


-2,349 
-1,016 
6,510 
-2.485 


33,507 
37,070 
34,647 
36.230 


-34.679 
-37,678 
-35,810 
-36,973 


1.245 

-450 

289 

-1.029 


104,646 
110,147 
121,792 
117,139 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


247,752 


91,480 


78,952 


11,940 


67.012 


15,900 


23,904 


27.208 


2,444 


68 


4,252 


-1,876 


136,020 


-133.860 


1,552 


424,340 


4 


253,292 


93,000 


79.600 


12,224 


67,376 


15,884 


24,000 


27.492 


-132 


28 


76 


-236 


136,292 


-132.288 


1,060 


430,824 


1985 1 


260,540 


95,200 


81 ,276 


12,168 


69.108 


16.360 


24,368 


28,380 


2,804 


-48 


2,096 


756 


140,400 


-139.784 


652 


441 ,088 


2 


266,760 


96.328 


85,744 


12,184 


73.560 


18.136 


26,552 


28,872 


1,536 


— 


216 


1,320 


140,548 


-142.412 


356 


448,860 


3 


273,912 


96.828 


89,216 


12,192 


77,024 


20.372 


26,352 


30,300 


5.688 


-132 


5,624 


196 


140,048 


-147,328 


-228 


458,136 


4 


280,876 


99.324 


91,400 


12,236 


79,164 


22,156 


25,572 


31,436 


1.988 


-76 


1,696 


368 


144,820 


-151,036 


-560 


466,812 



'Includes defence expenditures. 'Includes outlay on new durable assets such as building and highway construction by governments, other than government business enterprises. Ex- 
cludes defence construction and equipment which is defined as current expenditure. 'Includes capital expenditures by private and government business enterprises, private non-com- 
mercial institutions and outlays on new residential construction by individuals and business investors Capital expenditure is defined to include all transfer costs on the sales and pur- 
chases of existing fixed assets. 'The book value of inventories is deflated to remove the effect of price change and the derived "physical" change is then valued at average prices 
of the current period to obtain the value of physical change. The difference between the value of physical change and the change in book value is called the inventory valuation adjust- 
ment, (as shown in Table 1.1). *See footnote 4, Table 1.1. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



18 



May 1986 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.3: Gross national expenditure in constant (1971) dollars (millions of dollars) 1 



Section 3— Tables 1.3 and 1.4 





Personal 
expend- 
iture on 
consumer 
goods 
and 
services 


Govern- 
ment 
current 
expend- 
iture 
on 
goods 
and 
services 


Total 


Gros 

Govern- 
ment 
total 


s fixed capital formation 
Business 






Value of 
change in 


physical 
inventories 




Exports 

of 

goods 

and 

services 


Deduct: 

imports 

of goods 

and 

services 


Residual 
error 
of esti- 
mate 






Total 


Govern- 
ment 
total 


Business 






Non- 
farm 


Farm 
and 
grain 
in com- 
mercial 
chan- 
nels 




Year 

and 
quarter 


Total 


Resi- 
dential 
construc- 
tion 


Non- 
resi- 
dential 
construc- 
tion 


Machin- 
ery 
and 
equip- 
ment 


Gross 
national 
expend- 
iture 


D 

D 


40562 
40594 


40568 
40600 


40569 
40601 


40570 
40602 


40575 
40607 


40576 
40608 


40577 
40609 


40578 
40610 


40581 
40613 


40582 
40614 


40583 
40615 


40584 
40616 


40586 
40618 


40588 
40620 


40590 
40622 


40561 
40593 



1983 


83,697 


23,739 


27,609 


3,810 


23,799 


5,677 


8.654 


9,468 


-222 


-13 


-47 


-162 


35.293 


-35,833 


78 


134,361 


1984 


86,790 


24,364 


27,804 


4,135 


23.669 


5,441 


8,427 


9,801 


536 


5 


862 


-331 


42,190 


-40.997 


410 


141,097 


Unadjusted for seasonality 






























1984 3 


21,086 


6,127 


7,309 


1,200 


6,109 


1,601 


2.302 


2,206 


1,985 


22 


330 


1.633 


10,714 


-10,045 


307 


37,483 


4 


23,487 


6,213 


6,862 


1,104 


5,758 


1,341 


2,130 


2,287 


-1,033 


-21 


-165 


-847 


10,948 


-10,141 


-283 


36.053 


1985 1 


21,028 


6,471 


6,374 


883 


5,491 


1.093 


1,908 


2,490 


82 


-11 


840 


-747 


10,493 


-10,592 


404 


34,260 


2 


22,976 


5,903 


7,687 


1,001 


6,686 


1,626 


2,254 


2,806 


-576 


15 


-326 


-265 


11,653 


-11,382 


-147 


36,114 


3 


22,409 


6,190 


7,986 


1,199 


6,787 


1,960 


2,445 


2,382 


2,456 


6 


474 


1,976 


10,748 


-10,753 


93 


39,129 


4 


24,897 


6,312 


7,695 


1,071 


6,624 


1,753 


2,285 


2,586 


-813 


-27 


54 


-840 


11.187 


-11,009 


-333 


37,936 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


86,612 


24,436 


27,960 


4,224 


23,736 


5,492 


8.448 


9.796 


880 


20 


1,420 


-560 


43,676 


-41 ,892 


516 


142,188 


4 


87,900 


24,660 


27,940 


4,264 


23,676 


5,456 


8.420 


9,800 


-212 


8 


-208 


-12 


43,992 


-41,236 


352 


143,396 


1985 1 


89,148 


24,784 


28,160 


4,192 


23,968 


5,548 


8.504 


9,916 


1,460 


-8 


1,360 


108 


44,080 


-43,008 


212 


144,836 


2 


90.508 


24,816 


29.420 


4.176 


25,244 


6,084 


9.184 


9,976 


132 


— 


-104 


236 


43,412 


-42,404 


112 


145,996 


3 


92.088 


24,748 


30,484 


4,156 


26,328 


6,776 


9.080 


10,472 


1,936 


-40 


1,896 


80 


43.904 


-44,604 


-76 


148,480 


4 


93.496 


25,156 


30,904 


4,092 


26,812 


7,320 


8.800 


10,692 


1,068 


-20 


1,016 


72 


44,928 


-44.928 


-180 


150,444 



'The implicit price deflators of the seasonally unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, derived by dividing the value figures in current dollars by the constant dollar figures, 
are not suitable as indicators of quarter-to-quarter price change. This is because they are currently weighted and therefore are affected by compositional shifts which occur within the 
unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, on a quarter-to-quarter basis. Quarter-to-quarter movements in the implicit price deflators based on seasonally adjusted data are 
less subject to the problem of shifting weights and may be used as a measure of price change. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 

Table 1.4: Sources of personal income (millions of dollars) 



Year 


Wages, 
salaries and 
supplemen- 
tary labour 
income 


Military 

pay and 

allowances 


Net income 

received 

by farm 

operators 

from farm 

production' 


Net income 
of 
non-farm un- 
incorporated 
business 
including rent 


Interest, 

dividends 
and miscella- 
neous 
investment 
income 1 


Current tr 
From government 


ansfers 

From 
corporations 3 


From 
non-residents 




and 
quarter 


To persons 


Capital 
assistance 


Personal 
income 


D 

D 


40032 
40272 


40033 
40273 


40034 
40274 


40035 
40275 


40036 
40276 


40039 
40278 


40040 
40279 




40037 
40280 


40041 
40281 


40042 
40282 


1983 
1984 


218,963 
232,220 


2,375 
2,602 


3.183 

3,544 


18,333 
20,496 


41,913 
47,556 


49.799 
53.859 


1,271 
616 




531 
551 


616 

642 


336.984 
362,086 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 




















1984 3 
4 


59,395 
59,559 


658 
655 


6.551 
-559 


5,698 
5.348 


12,304 
12,954 


13,033 
13,790 


121 
185 




138 
140 


158 
164 


98,056 
92,236 


1985 1 
2 
3 
4 


58,892 
62,091 
63,746 
63,815 


662 
685 
691 
692 


-588 
-1,037 
6,777 

-560 


4.885 
5,933 
6,527 
6,186 


12,739 
13,136 
13,327 
13,549 


14,764 
14.821 
14.116 
14.820 


163 

150 

118 

61 




146 
146 
146 
147 


165 
165 
165 
165 


91 ,828 
96,090 
105,613 
98,875 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


234,372 


2,620 


3,152 


20,872 


48,832 


54,600 


484 


552 


632 


366,116 


4 


237,952 


2,656 


3,668 


21,524 


50.916 


56,036 


740 


560 


656 


374.708 


1985 1 


241.760 


2,676 


4,412 


22,164 


51 ,928 


57,540 


652 


584 


660 


382,376 


2 


246.236 


2,692 


6,140 


23,060 


53,164 


58,296 


600 


584 


660 


391 ,432 


3 


251.352 


2,748 


3,592 


23,940 


52,980 


58,412 


472 


584 


660 


394,740 


4 


254.828 


2,804 


4,224 


24.960 


52,932 


59,836 


244 


588 


660 


401 ,076 



'This item differs from col. 6, Table 1.1 by excluding the adjustment which has been made to take account of the accrued earnings arising out of the operations of the Canadian 
Wheat Board and the Canadian Co-operative Wheat Producers. "Includes all interest on the public debt paid by government to persons. "Charitable contributions and bad debts. 
For source see Table 1.9. 






19 



Section 3— Tables 1.5 and 1.6 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.5: Disposition of personal income (million dollars) 



May 1986 





Total 

personal 

income 




Personal expenditure 
on consumer goods and services 








Current transfers 






Personal savings 








To government 




To 
corpor- 
ations 5 


To non- 
resi- 
dents 






Total 


Excl. 
change 
in farm 
inven- 
tories 


Value of 
physical 
change 
in farm 
inven- 
tories 






Income 
taxes 


Suc- 
cession 
duties 
& estate 
taxes 


Social 

ins. 

& govt. 

pension 

funds 1 


Other 




Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Durable 
goods 


Semi- 
durable 
goods 


Non- 
durable 
goods 


Serv- 
ices' 


dis- 
posable 
income 4 


D 

D 


40042 
40552 


40043 
40283 


40044 
40284 


40045 
40285 


40046 
40286 


40047 
40287 


40048 
40288 


40049 
40289 


40050 
40290 


40051 
40291 


40052 
40292 


40053 
40293 


40054 
40294 


40055 


40056 


40057 
40295 


1983 

1984 


336,984 
362,086 


229,184 
247,113 


29,577 
33,886 


25,129 
26,606 


71,231 
76,203 


103,247 
110,418 


46,451 
49,498 


61 

45 


17,008 
18,914 


3,408 
3,592 


4,449 
4,191 


428 
462 


35,995 
38,271 


36,401 
39,215 


-406 
-944 


270,056 
290,037 


Unadjusted for seasonal 


variation 




























1984 3 
4 


98,056 
92,236 


60,547 
66,898 


8,176 
9,079 


6,383 
8,596 


18,177 
20,806 


27,81 1 
28,417 


12,944 
14,205 


9 
14 


4,774 
4,094 


889 
935 


1,101 
1,151 


112 
126 


17,680 
4,813 


12,355 
7,211 


5,325 
-2,398 


79.440 
72,988 


1985 1 
2 
3 
4 


91,828 

96,090 

105,613 

98,875 


62,322 
67,450 
66,956 
73,794 


7.980 
10,695 

9,563 
10,522 


5,389 
7,069 
7,054 
9,497 


19.839 
19,893 
19,750 
22,655 


29,114 
29,793 
30,589 
31,120 


13,872 
10,697 
14,620 
15,378 


11 

13 

9 

13 


4,869 
5,529 
5,284 
4,934 


1,049 
943 
943 
978 


1,111 

1,081 

1,106 

982 


130 
130 
130 
130 


8,464 
10,247 
16,565 

2,666 


11,394 

10,869 

9,898 

5,259 


-2,930 

-622 

6,667 

-2,593 


72,027 
78,908 
84,757 
77,572 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


366,116 


247,752 


33,600 


26,572 


76,344 


111,236 


51,844 


36 


19,376 


3,736 


4,328 


452 


38,592 


4 


374,708 


253,292 


34,792 


27,136 


77,752 


113,612 


53,332 


56 


17,996 


3,744 


4,416 


500 


41 ,372 


1985 1 


382,376 


260,540 


36,364 


27,920 


80,176 


116,080 


50,508 


44 


19,384 


3,784 


4,520 


520 


43,076 


2 


391,432 


266,760 


38,108 


28,604 


80,932 


119,116 


53,704 


52 


19,760 


4,072 


4,520 


520 


42,044 


3 


394,740 


273.912 


39.568 


29,428 


82,616 


122,100 


56,996 


36 


20.988 


3,880 


4,296 


520 


34,112 


4 


401 ,076 


280.876 


41.000 


30,084 


84,624 


125,168 


57,060 


52 


22,332 


3,916 


3,784 


520 


32,536 



291,124 
299,580 

308,656 
313,844 
312,840 
317,716 



'Includes net expenditure abroad. 'Employer and employee contributions to social insurance and government pension funds, 
consumer debt. 4 This item is equal to "personal income" less the total of "current transfers to government". 
For source see Table 1.9. 



This item is the transfer portion of interest on the 



Table 1.6: Sources and disposition of gross saving (million dollars) 













Sources of gross saving 










Disposition of gross 














Saving 










Capital 
con- 
sumption 
allow- 
ances 
and 
MVA' 


Residual 
error of 
estimate 






Total 
gross 
saving 


Persons & unin- 
corporated business 


Corporate and government 
business enterprises 




Govern- 
ment 


Non- 
residents 


saving 


Year 
and 
quarter 


Personal 
saving 


Adjust- 
ment on 
grain 
trans- 
actions 1 


Undis- 
tributed 
corpo- 
ration 
profits 


Govt, 
business 
enter- 
prises 


Capital 
assis- 
tance 


Inventory 
valuation 
adjust- 
ment 


Gross 
fixed 
capital 
form- 
ation 1 


Value of 
physical 
change 

in inven- 
tories 


Residual 
error of 
estimate 


D 
D 


40185 
40423 


40175 
40413 


40181 
40419 


40176 
40414 


40177 
40415 


40178 
40416 


40182 
40420 


40179 
40417 


40180 
40418 


40183 
40421 


40184 
40422 


40186 
40424 


40190 
40428 


40191 
40429 


1983 
1984 


75,442 
81 ,279 


35,995 
38,271 


389 
730 


12,277 
14,609 


127 
632 


3,014 
3.078 


-2,400 
-2,692 


-20,310 
-22,534 


-951 
-1,332 


47,519 
51,744 


-218 
-1 ,227 


76,448 
78,489 


-1,224 
1,564 


218 
1,226 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 
























1984 3 
4 


28,339 
15,606 


17,680 
4,813 


420 
234 


3,951 
2,815 


35 
-238 


761 
856 


-303 
-561 


-5.008 
-5.137 


-1,348 
-1.576 


13,072 
13,558 


-921 
842 


20,734 
19,529 


6.684 
-3.080 


921 

-843 


1985 1 
2 
3 
4 


18,887 
20,208 
31,811 
19,062 


8,464 
10,247 
16,565 

2,666 


-537 
321 
235 
342 


3,453 
3,971 
3,873 
3,859 


430 

-67 

-140 

178 


744 
806 
599 
782 


-977 
-748 
-259 
-642 


-5,999 
-9,147 
-4,122 
-4,263 


1.253 
717 

1,373 
793 


13,301 
13,658 
13,976 
14,318 


-1,245 

450 

-289 

1,029 


18,314 
22,420 
23,441 
22,734 


-672 
-1 ,762 
8,081 
-2,643 


1,245 

-450 

289 

-1,029 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


82,948 


38,592 


1.108 


15,388 


372 


3,000 


-1,420 


-22,836 


-2,052 


52,348 


-1,552 


78,952 


2.444 


1,552 


4 


80,528 


41 ,372 


484 


13.720 


708 


3,428 


-3,572 


-24,204 


-3,588 


53,236 


-1,056 


79,600 


-132 


1,060 


1985 1 


84,732 


43,076 


288 


13,880 


916 


3,128 


-2,984 


-26,464 


-448 


53,996 


-656 


81 ,276 


2.804 


652 


2 


87,636 


42,044 


360 


13,476 


68 


3,084 


-2,312 


-25,736 


2,100 


54,908 


-356 


85,744 


1,536 


356 


3 


94,676 


34,112 


204 


15,292 


-60 


2,364 


-1,436 


-20,044 


8,112 


55,900 


232 


89,216 


5,688 


-228 


4 


92.828 


32,536 


592 


17,976 


680 


3,148 


-3,772 


-21,880 


6,780 


56,208 


560 


91,400 


1,988 


-560 



'This item is the adjustment to take account of the accrued earnings of farm operators arising out of the operations of the Canadian Wheat Board*- See also footnote 1, 
Table 1.4. Miscellaneous valuation adjustment. 'For a breakdown between government and business, see Table 1.2. 
For source see Table 1.9. 



20 



May 1986 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 
Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, 



Section 3— Table 1.7 



and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars) 



















Revenue 




























Direct taxes 














Indirect taxes 










Persons 






Corporate and government business enterprises 


Non- 
resi- 
dents 
federal 3 






Total" 


Federal' 


Federal 
tax 
collec- 
tions 


Pro- 
vincial 1 


Provin- 
cial tax 
collec- 
tions 




Year 


Total 


Federal' 


Pro- 
vincial 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 




and 
quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 4 


D 
D 


40058 
40296 


40059 
40297 


40060 
40298 


40062 
40300 


40063 
40301 


40064 
40302 


40065 
40303 


40066 
40304 


40067 
40305 


40068 
40306 


40069 
40307 


40070 
40308 


40071 
40309 


40072 
40310 


40073 
40311 


1983 
1984 


63,520 
68,457 


35,447 
37,772 


23,487 
25,542 


3,474 
3,902 


1,112 
1,241 


13,263 
15,533 


10,274 
1 1 ,974 


9,152 
10,608 


2.989 
3,559 


2,831 
2,958 


1,043 
1,100 


50,044 
55,102 


16,048 
17,887 


19,177 
21,233 


14,819 
15,982 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 


























1984 3 
4 


17,727 
18,313 


9,735 
10,816 


6,616 
6.987 


1,052 
286 


324 

224 


3,506 
4,203 


2,705 
3,241 


2,504 
2,231 


801 
962 


558 
649 


253 

317 


14,075 
14,661 


4,562 
5,013 


5,522 
5,625 


3,991 
4,023 


1985 1 
2 
3 
4 


18,752 
16,239 
19,913 
20.325 


9,730 
9,578 
1 1 ,467 
11,669 


7,569 
4,839 
6.993 
7,688 


1,126 

1,444 

1,075 

701 


327 

378 
378 
267 


3,808 
4,027 
3,504 
4,280 


2,950 
3,097 
2,685 
3,295 


4,705 
2,583 
2,482 
2,379 


858 
930 
819 
985 


1,477 
541 
667 
771 


328 
256 
195 
290 


15,299 
14,057 
14.825 
15,418 


4,629 
4.846 
4.391 
4.774 


6,380 
4,908 
6,132 
6,307 


4,290 
4,303 
4,302 
4,337 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 
4 



71,256 
71,384 



38,876 
40,588 



26,480 
27,316 



4,640 
2,192 



1,260 
1,288 



14,664 
15,936 



1 1 ,408 
12,352 



11,544 
10.708 



3,256 
3,584 



2,768 
3,344 



1,200 
1,116 



55,084 
57,424 



17,620 
19,200 



21.504 
22.256 



15,960 
15,968 



1985 1 
2 
3 
4 



69,936 
73,516 
78,020 
79,444 



38,088 
43,100 
45,104 
43,484 



26,440 
25,128 
27,100 
29,688 



4,128 
4,088 
4,400 
4,768 



1,280 
1,200 
1,416 
1,504 



15,404 
16,016 
15,020 
16,036 



11,848 
12,324 
11,564 
12,372 



13,060 
1 1 ,624 
11.848 
12.064 



3,556 
3,692 
3,456 
3,664 



3,952 
2,644 
3,380 
3,848 



1 ,288 59,936 

1.024 60,124 

952 58,396 

1,012 59,940 



19,956 22,744 

19,704 23,196 

17,060 24,116 

17,840 24,852 



17,236 
17,224 
17,220 
17,248 











Revenue 
















Other current transfers from persons 








Investment income 








Year 
and 




Total 


Federal 


Provincial Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 
pension 


quarter 


Total 


Federal Provincial Local 


Hospitals 


plan 


D 
O 


40074 
40312 


40075 40076 40077 
40313 40314 40315 


40078 
40316 


40079 
40317 


40080 
40318 


40081 40082 
40319 40320 


40083 
40321 


40084 
40322 


40559 
40560 



1983 
1984 



3,408 
3,592 



22 
24 



3,118 
3,285 



234 



24,737 


6,427 


14,123 


624 


117 


2,498 


948 


27,787 


7,635 


15,501 


677 


124 


2.829 


1,021 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



984 3 


889 


6 


813 


58 


12 


6,721 


1,812 


3,869 


169 


31 


578 


262 


4 


935 


6 


856 


60 


13 


7,465 


1,848 


4,220 


208 


31 


896 


262 


985 1 


1,049 


6 


967 


63 


13 


7,229 


2.048 


4,134 


144 


34 


606 


263 


2 


943 


6 


860 


64 


13 


7,526 


2.306 


3,820 


183 


34 


916 


267 


3 


943 


6 


861 


63 


13 


7,387 


2.163 


4,117 


186 


34 


617 


270 


4 


978 


6 


894 


64 


14 


7,901 


1,995 


4,402 


227 


34 


974 


269 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


3,736 


24 


3,432 


232 


48 


27,696 


7,232 


15,788 


720 


124 


2,784 


1,048 


4 


3,744 


24 


3.428 


240 


52 


28,328 


7,264 


16,036 


784 


128 


3,068 


1,048 


1985 1 


3,784 


24 


3.456 


252 


52 


28,796 


8,232 


15,856 


608 


132 


2,916 


1,052 


2 


4,072 


24 


3,740 


256 


52 


30,552 


8,972 


16,456 


704 


136 


3,216 


1,068 


3 


3,880 


24 


3,552 


252 


52 


30,468 


8,700 


16,704 


792 


140 


3,052 


1,080 


4 


3,916 


24 


3.580 


256 


56 


30,356 


8,144 


16,876 


856 


136 


3,268 


1,076 



'Includes the taxes on life insurance companies introduced in 1969. At the present time, for National Accounts purposes, life insurance companies are treated as associations of individ- 
uals in so far as their investment activities are concerned. The 1969 taxes are thus included here pending a complete review of the treatment of insurance. "Tax liabilities. "With- 
holding taxes. 'The quarterly figures of real property taxes unadjusted and seasonally adjusted are obtained by dividing annual totals by four. Since real property tax rates have been 
generally upward, this treatment gives rise to a fictitious seasonal between the fourth and first quarters in the seasonally adjusted taxes of series. 
For source tee Table 1.9. 



21 



Section 3— Table 1 .7/Continued 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 
Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, 



May 1986 



and surplus or deficit, by level ot government (millions of dollars)/continued 



Revenue 






Current transfers from other levels ol government 








Total revenue 










Total 


Provinces 


Local governments 


Hospitals 




Year 
and 
quarter 


From local 
From govern- 

Canada merits 


From 
Canada 


From 
provinces 


From 
provinces 


From local 
govern- 
ments 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


D 

D 


40085 
40323 


40086 40087 
40324 40325 


40088 
40326 


40089 
40327 


40090 
40328 


40091 
40329 


40092 
40330 


40093 
40331 


40094 
40332 


40095 
40333 


40096 
40334 


40097 
40335 


40098 
40336 


1983 
1984 


44,808 
49,002 


17,047 76 
19.303 100 


314 
326 


15,503 
16,032 


11,848 
13.221 


20 
20 


200,823 
220,573 


69,261 
76,392 


80,017 
88,523 


31,482 
33.251 


12,031 
13,414 


5,972 
6.731 


2,060 
2,262 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 
























1984 3 
4 


11,832 
12,109 


4,538 15 
4,758 26 


103 

41 


3,633 
3,919 


3,538 
3.360 


5 

5 


55.003 
58.003 


19,073 
21,241 


22,174 
23.434 


7.954 
8.251 


3.586 
3.409 


1,630 
1,182 


586 
486 


1985 1 
2 
3 
4 


12,577 
14,756 
12,953 
12,667 


6,013 40 
5,055 21 
5,187 15 
4,914 27 


101 
88 
84 
35 


3,303 
5,910 
4,198 
4,199 


3.115 
3,677 
3,464 
3,487 


5 
5 
5 
5 


59,042 
57,804 
59,720 
61 ,859 


19,691 
20.089 
20.907 
22.029 


25.961 
20,433 
24,124 
25,217 


7,901 

10,548 

8,833 

8.862 


3,167 
3,729 
3.516 
3.540 


1.732 
2,360 
1,692 
1,675 


590 
645 
648 
536 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


48,768 


18,880 


80 


388 


15,800 


13,600 


20 


222,404 


76,360 


89,420 


33,100 


13,792 


7,424 


2,308 


4 


49,040 


19,064 


104 


272 


16,132 


13,448 


20 


226,972 


80,544 


91,788 


33,396 


13,648 


5,260 


2,336 


1985 1 


53,672 


22,464 


116 


372 


16,876 


13.824 


20 


232,816 


79,436 


94,632 


35,344 


14,028 


7,044 


2,332 


2 


52,084 


20,224 


100 


328 


17,468 


13,944 


20 


237,388 


85,148 


92,536 


35,980 


14,152 


7,304 


2.268 


3 


53,340 


21 ,472 


88 


292 


17,864 


13,604 


20 


240,076 


83,404 


96,488 


36,420 


13,816 


7,452 


2.496 


4 


52,716 


20,516 


108 


240 


18,232 


13,600 


20 


243,420 


82,876 


99,284 


36.832 


13,812 


8.036 


2.580 


Current expenditure 








Purchases of goods 


and services' 








Transfer payments 


to persons 






Year 














Canada 


Quebec 










Canada 


Quebec 


and 














pension 


pension 






Pro- 




pension 


pension 


quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Defence' 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospital 


plan 


plan 


Total 


Federal 


vincial 


Local 


plan 


plan 


D 


40111 


40112 


40113 


40114 


40115 


40116 


40553 


40554 


40117 


40118 


40119 


40120 


40121 


40122 


D 


40349 


40350 


40351 


40352 


40353 


40354 


40556 


40557 


40355 


40356 


40357 


40358 


40359 


40360 


1983 


84,311 


19,652 


7,224 


26,648 


26,556 


11,325 


85 


45 


49,799 


28,178 


16,242 


672 


3.485 


1.222 


1984 


90,861 


21,782 


8,199 


28,471 


28,334 


12,125 


91 


58 


53,859 


29.744 


17.773 


743 


4,045 


1,554 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 
























1984 3 


22.908 


5.057 


1,945 


7,920 


6,824 


3,070 


21 


16 


13,033 


7.149 


4,303 


164 


1,021 


396 


4 


23,481 


5,443 


1,938 


7,123 


7,791 


3,080 


30 


14 


13,790 


7,360 


4,828 


165 


1,041 


396 


1985 1 


24,609 


6,847 


2,879 


7,608 


7,013 


3,094 


27 


20 


14,764 


8,530 


4,466 


201 


1,121 


446 


2 


23,097 


5,699 


2,170 


6,642 


7,503 


3,229 


11 


13 


14,821 


8,154 


4,806 


244 


1,159 


458 


3 


24.188 


5,412 


2,214 


8,152 


7,305 


3,264 


40 


15 


14,116 


7,471 


4,815 


177 


1,190 


463 


4 


25.026 


5,967 


2,348 


7,471 


8,263 


3,285 


27 


13 


14,820 


7,721 


5,241 


178 


1,206 


474 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


91,480 


21 ,936 


8,096 


28,628 


28,572 


12,196 


84 


64 


54,600 


30,232 


17.980 


720 


4.084 


1,584 


4 


93,000 


21 ,976 


7,804 


29.440 


28,992 


12,416 


120 


56 


56,036 


30,940 


18.628 


720 


4.164 


1,584 


1985 1 


95,200 


23,812 


9,864 


29.392 


29,328 


12.480 


108 


80 


57,540 


31,488 


18.964 


820 


4.484 


1,784 


2 


96,328 


23,984 


9,556 


29,644 


29,784 


12,820 


44 


52 


58,296 


32,024 


18,916 


888 


4.636 


1,832 


3 


96.828 


23,568 


9,416 


29,696 


30,364 


12.980 


160 


60 


58,412 


31.504 


19,540 


756 


4.760 


1,852 


4 


99.324 


24,336 


9,608 


30,760 


30,860 


13.208 


108 


52 


59.836 


32,488 


19,892 


736 


4.824 


1,896 


'See page 23 


•Defense purchases of goods and 


services 


are included in Federal government purchases of 


goods and services. 











22 



May 1986 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars)/continued 



Section 3— Table 1 .7/Continued 



Current expenditure 






Subsidies 




Capita 


assistance 


Current transfers 
to non-residents 




Total 


Interest 
Federal 


on the public debt 
Provincial Local 




Year 


Total 


Federal 


Canada 

Pension 

Plan 




quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Hospitals 


D 
D 


40124 
40362 


40125 
40363 


40126 
40364 


40127 
40365 


40128 
40366 


40129 
40367 


40130 
40368 


41970 
41972 


41971 
41973 


40131 
40369 


40132 
40370 


40133 
40371 


40134 
40372 


40555 
40558 


1983 
1984 


8,627 
10,952 


5,683 
7,492 


2,944 
3,460 


4,285 
3,694 


3,365 
3,064 


920 
630 


1,187 
1,565 


1,163 
1,537 


24 
28 


28,116 
33,174 


17,412 
21,320 


7,729 
8,722 


2.818 
2,967 


157 
165 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 
























1984 3 
4 


2,771 
3,084 


1,862 
1,958 


909 
1,126 


882 
1,041 


732 
869 


150 
172 


331 
378 


324 

371 


7 
7 


8.254 
9.257 


5,453 
5,951 


2.112 
2,292 


653 
961 


36 
53 


1985 1 
2 
3 
4 


2,858 
3.217 
1,992 
2,230 


1,951 

2,438 

986 

1,014 


907 

779 

1,006 

1,216 


907 
956 
717 
843 


758 
726 
538 
691 


149 
230 
179 
152 


444 
400 
440 
375 


436 
392 
432 
367 


8 
8 
8 
8 


8.882 

9,704 

9,436 

10,161 


5,921 
6,300 
6,285 
6,469 


2,322 
2,504 
2,408 
2.599 


605 

853 

704 

1,036 


34 
47 
39 
57 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 
4 

1985 1 
2 
3 
4 


11,200 
11.464 

11.480 
13.028 
8,324 
8,356 


7,612 
7,804 

7,836 
9,324 
4,240 
4,156 


3.588 
3,660 

3,644 
3,704 
4,084 
4,200 


3,484 
4,168 

3,780 
3,684 
2,836 
3.392 


2,884 
3,480 

3,184 
2,764 
2,120 
2,784 


600 
688 

596 
920 
716 
608 


1,488 
1,688 

1,596 
1.400 
1.924 
1,716 


1,460 
1.660 

1.564 
1,368 
1,892 
1,684 


28 
28 

32 
32 
32 
32 


34,220 
35.780 

36.012 
38.304 
38.456 
39,960 


22,156 
23,296 

23,860 
25,260 
24,992 
25,788 


8,896 
9,204 

8,904 

9,704 

10,040 

10,684 


3,004 
3,104 

3.080 
3,164 
3,244 
3,304 


164 
176 

168 
176 
180 
184 
















Current expenditure 


















Current transfers to other levels of government 








Total current expenditure" 








Total 


Canada to 


Provinces to 


Local governments to 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 




Year 
and 
quarter 


Provinces 


Local 
govern- 
ments 


Local 
govern- 
ments 


Hospitals 


Provinces 


Hospitals 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


D 

D 


40135 
40373 


40136 
40374 


40137 
40375 


40138 
40376 


40139 
40377 


40140 
40378 


40141 
40379 


40142 
40380 


40143 
40381 


40144 
40382 


40145 
40383 


40146 
40384 


40147 
40385 


40148 
40386 


1983 
1984 


44,808 
49,002 


17,047 
19,303 


314 
326 


15,503 
16,032 


11,848 
13,221 


76 

100 


20 
20 


221,133 
243,107 


92,814 
104,568 


81,834 
88,309 


30,142 
32,164 


11,482 
12,290 


3.594 
4,164 


1,267 
1,612 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 3 


11,832 


4.538 


103 


3,633 


3,538 


15 


5 


60,011 


25,218 


22,565 


7,661 


3,106 


1,049 


412 


4 


12.109 


4.758 


41 


3,919 


3.360 


26 


5 


63,140 


26,751 


22,820 


8,948 


3.133 


1,078 


410 


1985 1 


12,577 


6.013 


101 


3,303 


3,115 


40 


5 


65,041 


30,557 


21 ,870 


7,864 


3,128 


1,156 


466 


2 


14.756 


5.055 


88 


5,910 


3.677 


21 


5 


66,951 


28,852 


24,548 


8,626 


3,276 


1,178 


471 


3 


12,953 


5,187 


84 


4,198 


3,464 


15 


5 


63.842 


26,395 


24.222 


8,206 


3,303 


1,238 


478 


4 


12.667 


4,914 


35 


4,199 


3,487 


27 


5 


66.122 


27,178 


24,365 


9,509 


3,342 


1,241 


487 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


48,768 


18,880 


388 


15,800 


13,600 


80 


20 


245,240 


105.548 


89,092 


32.396 


12.360 


4,196 


1,648 


4 


49,040 


19.064 


272 


16,132 


13,448 


104 


20 


251.176 


108,492 


91,200 


32,940 


12.592 


4,312 


1,640 


1985 1 


53,672 


22.464 


372 


16,876 


13,824 


116 


20 


259.280 


114,580 


92,200 


33,364 


12,648 


4.624 


1,864 


2 


52.084 


20.224 


328 


17,468 


13,944 


100 


20 


263,124 


115,276 


94,300 


33,956 


12,996 


4.712 


1,884 


3 


53.340 


21 ,472 


292 


17.864 


13,604 


88 


20 


260,120 


110.080 


95,544 


34,472 


13,160 


4.952 


1,912 


4 


52,716 


20,516 


240 


18,232 


13,600 


108 


20 


265,300 


1 1 1 .992 


97,976 


35,028 


13,392 


4,964 


1,948 



'Includes capital consumptions allowances as shown on page 24, col. 8. 



23 



Section 3— Table 1 .7/Concluded 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars)/concluded 



May 1986 













Surplus or 


deficit on a 


national accounts basis 


















Saving 








Total 


Plus: capital consumption 
Federal Provincial 


allowances 
Local 




Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


Hospitals 


D 



40149 
40387 


40150 
40388 


40151 
40389 


40152 
40390 


40153 
40391 


40154 
40392 


40155 
40393 


40099 
40337 


40100 
40338 


40101 
40339 


40102 
40340 


40103 
40341 


1983 
1984 


-20,310 
-22,534 


-23,553 
-28.176 


-1,817 
214 


1,340 
1,087 


549 
1.124 


2,378 
2,567 


793 
650 


6,773 
7,564 


1,146 
1,272 


2.544 
2,889 


2,586 
2,853 


497 
550 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 






















1984 3 
4 


-5,008 
-5,137 


-6.145 
-5,510 


-391 
614 


293 
-697 


480 
276 


581 
104 


174 
76 


1,922 
1.985 


323 
332 


735 
762 


724 
747 


140 

144 


1985 1 
2 
3 
4 


-5.999 
-9,147 
-4,122 
-4,263 


-10,866 
-8,763 
-5,488 
-5,149 


4,091 

-4,115 

-98 

852 


37 

1,922 

627 

-647 


39 
453 
213 
198 


576 

1,182 
454 
434 


124 

174 

170 

49 


1,944 
2,011 
2,076 
2,139 


331 
341 
352 
361 


749 
778 
805 
832 


724 
747 
769 
791 


140 
145 
150 
155 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 
4 

1985 1 
2 
3 
4 


-22,836 
-24,204 

-26,464 
-25,736 
-20,044 
-21,880 


-29,188 
-27.948 

-35,144 
-30,128 
-26,676 
-29,116 


328 
588 

2,432 

-1,764 

944 

1,308 


704 
456 

1,980 
2,024 
1,948 
1,804 


1,432 
1,056 

1,380 

1,156 

656 

420 


3,228 
948 

2,420 
2,592 
2,500 
3,072 


660 
696 

468 
384 
584 
632 


7,688 
7,940 

7,776 
8,044 
8,304 
8,556 


1.292 
1.328 

1,324 
1,364 
1,408 
1,444 


2.940 
3,048 

2,996 
3,112 
3,220 
3,328 


2,896 
2,988 

2,896 
2,988 
3,076 
3,164 


560 
576 

560 
580 
600 
620 












Surplus or 


deficit on a 


national accounts basis 














Deduct: 


gross capital formation 








Equals: surplus ( + ) or 


deficit (-) 






Year 
and 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 
pension 


quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


plan 


D 

D 


40156 
40394 


40157 
40395 


40158 
40396 


40159 
40397 


40160 
40398 


40168 
40406 


40169 
40407 


40170 
40408 


40171 
40409 


40172 
40410 


40173 
40411 


40174 
40412 


1983 
1984 


10,584 
11,726 


1,693 
2,755 


3,660 
3,619 


4,344 
4,460 


887 
892 


-24,121 
-26,696 


-24,100 
-29,659 


-2,933 
-516 


-418 
-520 


159 
782 


2,378 
2,567 


793 
650 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 3 


3,530 


829 


1,142 


1,328 


231 


-6,616 


-6.651 


-798 


-311 


389 


581 


174 


4 


3,102 


665 


993 


1,207 


237 


-6,254 


-5,843 


383 


-1,157 


183 


104 


76 


1985 1 


2,456 


618 


818 


848 


172 


-6,511 


-11,153 


4,022 


-87 


7 


576 


124 


2 


2,962 


673 


981 


1,108 


200 


-10,098 


-9,095 


-4,318 


1,561 


398 


1,182 


174 


3 


3,594 


745 


1,246 


1,374 


229 


-5.640 


-5,881 


-539 


22 


134 


454 


170 


4 


3.119 


548 


1,124 


1,233 


214 


-5.243 


-5.336 


560 


-1,089 


139 


434 


49 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


12,008 


2,916 


3,680 


4,504 


908 


-27,156 


-30,812 


-412 


-904 


1,084 


3,228 


660 


4 


12,252 


3,028 


3,728 


4,580 


916 


-28,516 


-29,648 


-92 


-1,136 


716 


948 


696 


1985 1 


12,120 


2,720 


4,128 


4,468 


804 


-30,808 


-36,540 


1,300 


408 


1,136 


2,420 


468 


2 


12,184 


2,688 


4,148 


4,536 


812 


-29,876 


-31,452 


-2,800 


476 


924 


2,592 


384 


3 


12,060 


2,468 


4,180 


4,592 


820 


-23,800 


-27,736 


-16 


432 


436 


2,500 


584 


4 


12,160 


2,460 


4,220 


4,656 


824 


-25,484 


-30,132 


416 


312 


216 


3,072 


632 



For source see Table 1.9. 



24 



May 1986 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.8: Implicit price indexes, 1 gross national expenditure (1971 =100), 

based on seasonally adjusted data 



Section 3— Tables 1.8 and 1.9 





Personal expenditure or 


consumer goods 


and services 




Government 

current 

expenditure 

on goods 

and services 






Gross fixed capital formation 








Total 




Government 




Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Durable 
goods 


Semi- 
durable 
goods 


Non- 
durable 
goods 


Services 


Total 


Non- 
residential 
construction 


Machinery 

and 

equipment 


D 


40626 


40627 


40628 


40629 


40630 




40631 




40632 


40633 


40634 


40635 


1983 


273.8 


202.0 


223.3 


313.2 


294.5 




355.2 




276.9 


279.0 


290.1 


235.4 


1984 


284.7 


206.6 


229.7 


331.3 


308.4 




372.9 




282.3 


283.1 


293.6 


247.2 


1984 3 


286.0 


206.7 


230.1 


331.8 


310.7 




374.4 




282.4 


282.7 


293.3 


246.9 


4 


288.2 


208.3 


232.2 


335.8 


312.5 




377.1 




284.9 


286.7 


297.3 


251.2 


1985 1 


292.3 


211.8 


234.4 


340.5 


317.9 




384.1 




288.6 


290.3 


299.1 


257.3 


2 


294.7 


211.8 


236.3 


343.5 


323.3 




388.2 




291.4 


291.8 


300.1 


257.8 


3 


297.4 


213.1 


238.0 


346.9 


327.6 




391.3 




292.7 


293.4 


301.2 


258.7 


4 


300.4 


214.1 


239.2 


351.4 


332.2 




394.8 




295.8 


299.0 


306.4 


263.6 






Gross fixed capital formation 




Exports ol 
goods and services 






Deduct: 

imports ol 

goods and services 








Business 








Total 


Residential 
construction 


Non- 
residential 
construction 


Machinery 
& equipment 




Total 


Of which: 
merchandise 




Of which: 
Total merchandise 


Gross 

national 

expenditure 


D 


40636 


40637 


40638 


40639 




40640 




40641 




40642 


40643 


40625 


1983 


276.6 


287.4 


280.0 


266.9 




306.5 




306.1 




299.3 


292.1 


290.1 


1984 


282.2 


290.6 


283.8 


276.0 




311.2 




309.2 




316.4 


308.4 


298.3 


1984 3 


282.3 


289.5 


283.0 


277.7 




311.4 




309.1 




319.5 


311.7 


298.4 


4 


284.6 


291.1 


285.0 


280.5 




309.8 




306.8 




320.8 


312.1 


300.4 


1985 1 


288.3 


294.9 


286.5 


286.2 




318.5 




315.8 




325.0 


313.3 


304.5 


2 


291.4 


298.1 


289.1 


289.4 




323.8 




321.2 




335.8 


327.0 


307.4 


3 


292.6 


300.6 


290.2 


289.3 




319.0 




315.2 




330.3 


320.8 


308.6 


4 


295.3 


302.7 


290.6 


294.0 




322.3 




318.8 




336.2 


326.7 


310.3 



'These implicit indexes are current weighted price indexes. They reflect not only pure price changes, but also changing expenditure patterns within and between major groups. Quarter- 
to-quarter comparisons based on the seasonally adjusted data are less subject to the problem of shifting weights than are similar comparisons based on data unadjusted for seasonality, 
and therefore may be used as indicators of price change. 
For source see Table 1.9. 

Table 1.9: Relation between gross national product at market prices and gross domestic product at factor cost (millions of dollars) 





Gross 






Investment 


Investment 




Gross 






Investment 


Investment 






national 






income 


income 


Gross 


national 






income 


income 


Gross 


Year 


product 


Residual 


Indirect 


received 


paid 


domestic 


product 


Residual 


Indirect 


received 


paid 


domestic 


and 


at market 


error of 


taxes less 


from non- 


to non- 


product at 


at market 


error of 


taxes less 


from non- 


to non- 


product at 


quarter 


prices 


estimate 


subsidies 


residents 


residents 


factor cost 


prices 


estimate 


subsidies 


residents 


residents 


factor cost 


D 


40193 


40194 


40195 


40196 


40197 


40198 














D 














40550 


40431 


40432 


40433 


40434 


40435 


1983 


389.844 


218 


-41,417 


-5,087 


17,330 


360,888 














1984 


420,870 


1,227 


-44,150 


-5.097 


20,103 


392,953 














Unadjusted for seasonal variation 










Seasonally adjusted 


at annual rates 






1984 3 


113,174 


921 


-1 1 ,304 


-1,312 


4,890 


106,369 


424,340 


1,552 


-43,884 


-5,368 


20,140 


396,780 


4 


107,584 


-842 


-1 1 ,577 


-1,505 


5,577 


99,237 


430,824 


1.056 


-45.960 


-5,396 


21,108 


401 ,632 


1985 1 


104,646 


1,245 


-12,441 


-1.683 


5,967 


97,734 


441,088 


656 


-48.456 


-6,968 


23,856 


410,176 


2 


110,147 


-450 


-10,840 


-1,489 


5.297 


102,665 


448,860 


356 


-47.096 


-6,328 


21,532 


417,324 


3 


121,792 


289 


-12,833 


-1,685 


5,151 


112,714 


458,136 


-232 


-50.072 


-6,764 


21,332 


422,400 


4 


117,139 


-1,029 


-13,188 


-1,459 


5,974 


107,437 


466,812 


-560 


-51,584 


-5,204 


22,836 


432,300 



Source: National Income and expenditure accounts (13-001), Statistic* Canada. 









25 



Section 3— Table 2.1 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.1: Gross domestic product by industry of origin 1 , quarterly in constant (1971) prices 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification 



May 1986 





Gross 

domestic 

product 


Agriculture 


Forestry 


Fishing 

and 

trapping 


Mines 

(including 

milling), 

quarries 

and oil 

wells 


Manufac- 
turing 
industries 


Con- 
struction 


Transportation. Communication 
and other utilities 




Total 


Trade 

Wholesale 
trade 




Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Trans- 
portation 


Commun- 
ication 


Electric 

power, 

gas and 

water 

utilities 


Retail 
trade 


D 
D 


143992 
143820 


143993 
143821 


143994 
143822 


143995 
143823 


143996 
143824 


144007 
143835 


144087 
143915 


144088 
143916 


144089 
143917 


144097 
143925 


144099 
143927 


144102 
143930 


144103 
143931 


144105 
143933 


1984 
1985 


124,855.5 
130,259.8 


3,102.6 
3.158.5 


841.0 
835.5 


160.6 
181.9 


3.473.6 
3.535.2 


26.389.6 
27.607.9 


6,210.9 
6,566.1 


18,011.8 
18,717.8 


8,114.9 
8,377.6 


5,252.2 
5,461.5 


4,395.4 
4,651.4 


16,339.1 
17,482.9 


7,171.2 
7.663.0 


9.167.9 
9,819.9 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 
























1984 3 
4 


32,468.2 
31.322.1 


2,046.3 
181.7 


225.0 
224.6 


58.5 
32.2 


828.4 
913.9 


6,428.5 
6,619.3 


1,839.6 
1,563.9 


4,456.8 
4,596.5 


2,122.1 
2,027.7 


1,315.9 
1 ,325.9 


949.4 
1,179.9 


4,053.7 
4,440.5 


1.805.7 
1 .824.5 


2.248.0 
2,616.1 


1985 1 
2 
3 
4 


30,818.0 
32.697.0 
33.848.0 
32,896.4 


285.1 

602.0 

2,081.3 

190.1 


251.2 
149.9 
201.1 
233.3 


18.7 
56.1 
66.9 
40.1 


919.6 
865.8 
824.6 
925.2 


6,708.8 
7,147.6 
6,731.8 
7,020.3 


1,273.2 
1,627.4 
1,966.4 
1,699.1 


4,726.4 
4,606.6 
4,581.5 
4,803.5 


1,985.1 
2,146.4 
2,155.9 
2,090.2 


1,334.8 
1,362.3 
1,374.1 
1,390.3 


1 ,357.9 

1,037.9 

995.9 

1,259.7 


3.826.3 
4.486.9 
4.346.4 
4.823.2 


1,772.5 
1 ,979.5 
1 ,922.2 
1,988.5 


2.053.7 
2.507.4 
2,424.1 
2,834.7 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 
4 



125,851.9 
126,779.4 



3.147.7 
3,111.7 



898.2 
830.6 



144.0 
155.4 



3.510.8 26.942.4 

3.556.9 26,797.6 



6,286.7 18,161.5 
6,215.1 18,358.5 



8,187.7 
8.300.0 



5,260.4 
5,310.2 



4,458.4 
4,508.2 



16,366.6 
16,708.2 



7.232.1 
7.364.0 



9,134.5 
9,344.2 



1985 1 127,686.6 "3,196.2 877.2 

2 129,104.2 3,109.1 798.7 

3 131,104.4 3,172.0 795.8 

4 132,991.3 3,161.2 873.5 



178.9 3,556.3 26.832.3 

159.0 3,519.6 27.298.4 

152.8 3.457.7 28,062.6 

179.8 3,591.5 28,361.1 



6,165.0 18,483.2 

6,513.3 18.557.4 

6,685.6 18,715.1 

6,785.3 19,130.2 



8,301.3 
8.352.4 
8.347.6 
8.542.2 



5,380.6 4,567.8 

5,405.6 4,569.3 

5,491.2 4,669.4 

5,574.6 4,772.3 



16,892.0 7,391.4 9,500.5 

17,140.2 7,460.1 9,680.1 

17,608.4 7,728.4 9,880.0 

18,126.2 8,007.2 10,119.0 





Finance 

insurance 

and real 

estate 


Community 

business 

and 

personal 

services 


Public 

administration 

and 

defence 






Special 


industry groupings 








Year 

and 
quarter 


Industrial 
production 


Goods- 
producing 
industries 


producing 
industries 


Commercial 
industries 


Non 

commercial 

industries 


Non-durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


Durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


D 

D 


144119 
143947 


144126 
143954 


144133 
143961 


144145 
143968 


144148 
143969 


144147 
143970 


144146 
143971 


144149 
143972 


144140 
143974 


144139 
143973 



1984 
1985 



16.871.0 
17.760.3 



24.802.0 
25.688.7 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 3 
4 

1985 1 
2 
3 
4 



4.209.9 
4,272.1 

4,336.2 
4,447.8 
4.494.0 
4,482.2 



6.081.8 
6,348.6 

6,352.3 
6,512.5 
6,296.8 
6,526.0 



8,653.3 
8,725.0 


34,258.6 
35,794.5 


44,573.7 
46,536.5 


80,281.8 
83,723.3 


105,254.4 
110,388.0 


19,601.1 
19,871.8 


12,883.3 

13,289.8 


13,506.3 
14,318.1 


2,239.7 
2,128.7 


8,206.2 
8.713.0 


12,375.6 
10,715.4 


20,092.7 
20,606.6 


27,728.3 
26,339.8 


4,739.9 
4,982.2 


3,182.3 
3.237.1 


3,246.1 
3.382.2 


2,120.2 
2.194.2 
2.257.1 
2,153.4 


8,986.3 
9,051.4 
8,552.4 
9,205.2 


10,814.4 
11,486.8 
12.868.2 
1 1 ,367.7 


20,003.6 
21,210.2 
20,979.8 
21,528.7 


25,830.2 
27,649.7 
29.047.7 
27,860.1 


4.987.8 
5.047.3 
4,800.4 
5,036.3 


3,219.9 
3.389.8 

3,288.5 
3,391.9 


3.488.9 
3.757.8 
3.443.4 
3,628.4 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1984 3 


16,828.2 


24,893.4 


8,672.4 


34,911.6 


45,388.2 


80.463.7 


106,207.5 


19.644.4 


12,988.7 


13,953.7 


4 


17,153.3 


25,197.4 


8,694.7 


34,862.7 


45,175.6 


81.603.9 


107,016.7 


19.762.7 


13,023.4 


13,774.2 


1985 1 


17,385.3 


25,439.0 


8,681.1 


34,956.4 


45,373.8 


82,312.8 


107.883.7 


19,802.9 


12,976.7 


13,855.6 


2 


17.676.7 


25,651.0 


8,680.9 


35,387.3 


45,967.4 


83,136.9 


109,291.0 


19.813.2 


13,150.2 


14,148.2 


3 


17,974.3 


25,738.4 


8.741.8 


36,189.6 


46,995.7 


84,108.7 


111,202.5 


19.901.8 


13,399.8 


14,662.8 


4 


18.046.0 


25,936.6 


8,800.0 


36,724.8 


47,724.6 


85,266.7 


113,011.6 


19,979.7 


13,677.2 


14.683.9 



'The average of the monthly series may not equal the annual level due to rounding. 
For source see Table 2.2/ Concluded. 



26 



May 1986 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry of origin, 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification 



monthly indexes (1971 =100), 



Section 3— Table 2.2 



Year 
and 
month 



Gross 

domestic 

product 



Agriculture 



Forestry 



Fishing 

and 

trapping 



Total 



Mines (including milling), 
quarries and oil wells 







Non-metal 


Metal 


Mineral 


mines (except 


mines 


fuels 


coal mines) 



144336 
144164 



144337 
144165 



144338 
144166 



144339 
144167 



144340 
144168 



144341 
144169 



144345 
144173 



144348 
144176 



1984 
1985 



150.0 


115.1 


125.6 


109.0 


110.4 


80.7 


128.2 


115.9 


156.4 


117.2 


124.8 


123.4 


112.4 


79.1 


132.9 


105.3 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 


1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 

F 



145.9 


29.4 


158.7 


55.2 


116.0 


86.1 


130.7 


120.3 


148.6 


140.8 


87.1 


55.8 


109.5 


87.6 


125.8 


126.3 


151.2 


128.4 


72.7 


174.0 


106.1 


82.2 


123.8 


120.9 


152.9 


11.3 


98.4 


186.4 


109.3 


80.5 


126.2 


117.4 


144.1 


65.2 


118.9 


123.7 


101.4 


66.9 


126.5 


82.5 


148.3 


98.4 


130.8 


201.6 


104.5 


74.8 


122.6 


95.7 


175.6 


747.3 


153.5 


151.1 


110.0 


84.8 


121.3 


124.7 


150.8 


23.5 


140.1 


68.6 


117.3 


83.5 


132.7 


124.1 


153.3 


20.5 


139.6 


105.5 


119.8 


87.9 


135.7 


132.6 


147.3 


36.9 


122.9 


88.3 


111.4 


76.2 


135.6 


110.7 


142.0 


45.9 


130.7 


38.2 


111.8 


74.3 


136.8 


105.2 


149.5 


45.3 


166.2 


45.6 


119.2 


82.3 


141.4 


115.9 


152.6 


35.7 


153.4 


68.2 


119.7 


81.7 


139.1 


124.8 


154.7 


139.2 


109.7 


63.5 


109.0 


84.0 


130.5 


116.5 


156.8 


119.5 


69.2 


133.8 


109.2 


83.8 


130.8 


106.6 


159.8 


9.3 


89.8 


259.6 


112.0 


78.8 


130.3 


104.3 


149.8 


64.4 


101.2 


137.8 


99.3 


63.1 


123.4 


69.7 


154.9 


98.4 


129.1 


278.7 


101.0 


67.6 


123.2 


74.2 


183.1 


763.7 


130.2 


128.4 


114.2 


86.3 


127.5 


103.0 


158.8 


20.6 


152.5 


120.8 


117.4 


82.8 


132.9 


125.4 


160.8 


26.4 


150.4 


99.7 


119.6 


83.1 


139.4 


118.7 


154.6 


37.6 


115.2 


105.9 


115.9 


81.4 


139.4 


98.6 


148.8 


47.3 


134.8 


41.1 


117.7 


81.0 


140.3 


105.2 


157.4 


44.5 


183.1 


49.1 


118.1 


86.5 


134.4 


108.1 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 M 
A 
M 

J 
J 

A 

s 
o 

N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 

F 



147.8 


113.6 


130.0 


109.9 


110.3 


81.0 


128.8 


110.7 


148.0 


113.1 


101.2 


105.7 


111.2 


78.6 


131.9 


116.1 


148.8 


115.3 


120.0 


117.3 


107.5 


71.5 


131.9 


118.3 


149.8 


116.3 


119.7 


106.4 


109.0 


77.9 


127.6 


114.9 


151.5 


116.9 


144.9 


81.2 


113.1 


84.4 


130.9 


116.6 


151.1 


118.1 


128.9 


98.2 


111.6 


83.8 


128.1 


117.0 


150.9 


115.3 


128.7 


113.8 


110.1 


84.9 


123.4 


121.8 


151.0 


115.5 


121.3 


94.3 


113.5 


81.2 


130.6 


111.5 


152.7 


115.2 


123.5 


116.6 


113.4 


86.0 


128.6 


116.7 


153.0 


115.6 


127.4 


105.5 


112.3 


82.7 


130.0 


114.5 


152.6 


118.9 


130.7 


110.2 


114.0 


82.0 


133.5 


109.9 


153.1 


118.2 


136.0 


116.4 


112.2 


77.4 


134.6 


110.5 


154.3 


118.6 


126.4 


137.6 


112.9 


76.9 


135.8 


114.2 


154.3 


114.7 


128.6 


119.7 


110.6 


76.0 


133.9 


106.7 


154.9 


114.4 


115.1 


89.8 


112.2 


77.5 


135.9 


105.3 


156.0 


116.9 


114.2 


114.1 


112.8 


77.0 


132.9 


104.0 


157.1 


116.9 


120.4 


91.9 


109.0 


77.2 


127.9 


98.0 


157.4 


119.3 


123.5 


112.3 


108.1 


75.8 


129.4 


92.3 


157.9 


116.8 


112.7 


106.7 


112.6 


82.6 


130.2 


100.1 


158.9 


114.0 


131.0 


123.6 


113.5 


80.4 


131.3 


113.0 


159.9 


117.4 


133.7 


117.9 


113.9 


80.5 


133.6 


105.8 


160.4 


120.4 


126.7 


124.4 


115.0 


83.9 


134.1 


101.7 


160.3 


119.2 


133.6 


122.5 


117.6 


85.9 


135.1 


110.0 


161.3 


118.0 


141.3 


123.4 


113.8 


83.9 


132.3 


103.3 



For source tee Table 2.2/Concluded. 



27 



Section 3— Table 2.2/Continued 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry ot origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 =100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



May 1986 















Manufacturing 


industries 












Year 

and 
month 


Total 


Food and 
beverages 
industries 


Tobacco 
products 
industries 


Rubber 
& plastic 
products 
industries 


Leather 
industries 


Textile 
industries 


Knitting 

and 

clothing 

industries 


Wood 
industries 


Furniture 

and fixture 

industries 


Paper 
and allied 
industries 


Printing. 

publishing. 

and allied 

industries 


Primary 

metal 

industries 


D 

D 


144351 
144179 


144352 
144180 


144365 
144193 


144366 
144194 


144369 
144197 


144371 
144199 


144572 
144571 


144379 
144207 


144383 

144211 


144385 
144213 


144389 
144217 


144392 
144220 


1984 
1985 


138.6 
145.0 


122.1 
125.1 


101.8 
104.7 


187.9 
194.8 


102.5 
100.9 


134.8 
135.6 


123.0 
124.7 


156.1 
166.7 


122.5 
134.7 


127.8 
133.4 


185.0 
192.0 


122.5 
124.2 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



984 M 


143.4 


119.9 


115.3 


199.9 


113.4 


150.5 


124.9 


148.4 


130.6 


115.5 


192.1 


131.6 


A 


139.3 


116.4 


105.1 


199.3 


87.1 


141.8 


116.7 


166.4 


126.9 


124.1 


191.0 


128.3 


M 


141.4 


123.7 


103.7 


190.2 


102.4 


140.7 


104.0 


159.6 


118.3 


132.6 


190.2 


130.5 


J 


150.6 


137.5 


105.8 


201.5 


104.8 


153.1 


125.9 


174.0 


130.8 


137.9 


189.8 


130.0 


J 


124.4 


121.2 


39.3 


158.0 


88.7 


99.3 


117.0 


143.2 


91.5 


127.9 


156.8 


109.8 


A 


133.5 


125.7 


88.6 


180.2 


116.7 


121.3 


135.5 


149.3 


115.2 


129.7 


176.1 


113.8 


S 


147.2 


134.6 


102.8 


186.6 


119.7 


136.7 


138.7 


168.4 


131.1 


134.6 


196.3 


122.2 


O 


142.5 


125.1 


110.3 


194.1 


117.4 


137.1 


137.8 


164.0 


131.7 


130.6 


199.6 


124.8 


N 


147.2 


126.7 


133.6 


202.8 


100.6 


143.9 


128.8 


161.4 


138.0 


131.5 


204.7 


124.7 


D 


127.5 


113.7 


87.0 


180.2 


78.1 


120.2 


103.7 


140.4 


108.4 


122.2 


175.2 


105.6 


985 J 


128.8 


107.7 


106.6 


180.6 


81.7 


116.6 


112.1 


141.5 


105.2 


124.4 


165.2 


119.5 


F 


145.0 


117.1 


115.6 


199.0 


99.8 


142.1 


133.5 


164.9 


137.9 


135.9 


190.7 


126.9 


M 


149.0 


120.9 


118.2 


198.2 


103.0 


143.2 


125.2 


175.8 


133.4 


140.1 


191.1 


131.0 


A 


145.7 


123.0 


112.8 


203.6 


90.5 


135.1 


113.1 


166.6 


137.0 


130.2 


197.8 


130.5 


M 


146.7 


124.6 


118.9 


196.7 


95.7 


137.0 


101.8 


166.1 


136.7 


133.3 


194.7 


129.7 


J 


158.1 


142.3 


126.0 


210.8 


92.7 


146.6 


124.9 


187.5 


144.1 


140.2 


194.5 


133.4 


J 


128.6 


122.7 


40.4 


166.8 


99.5 


104.1 


118.4 


147.5 


108.1 


122.0 


164.8 


112.6 


A 


140.0 


130.4 


96.9 


182.0 


117.5 


125.6 


137.6 


169.9 


131.3 


132.2 


182.0 


113.3 


S 


155.7 


136.1 


113.4 


207.3 


127.0 


145.7 


145.1 


180.4 


147.6 


138.3 


203.3 


128.8 


O 


152.8 


127.7 


115.5 


204.8 


119.2 


152.9 


144.4 


178.5 


153.2 


137.1 


209.8 


129.1 


N 


155.8 


129.4 


115.1 


213.7 


108.3 


149.6 


134.8 


170.5 


157.2 


140.5 


220.8 


126.2 


D 


133.8 


119.2 


77.2 


174.7 


74.9 


129.4 


105.8 


151.0 


125.2 


126.5 


189.5 


109.9 


986 J 


136.6 


112.7 


105.9 


185.3 


89.9 


131.7 


120.9 


158.4 


125.2 


130.9 


180.3 


127.7 


F 


154.9 


123.6 


118.6 


222.8 


109.9 


151.2 


146.1 


182.3 


148.8 


144.0 


209.6 


134.8 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 M 


135.9 


122.7 


101.0 


185.0 


108.6 


137.6 


120.1 


145.0 


124.0 


110.8 


184.4 


121.7 


A 


135.8 


119.8 


98.7 


187.7 


95.8 


135.9 


125.2 


154.7 


122.5 


126.4 


184.2 


121.3 


M 


136.6 


122.4 


99.7 


184.7 


110.2 


136.7 


119.3 


153.7 


117.0 


129.1 


186.5 


121.6 


J 


137.9 


123.2 


100.1 


185.2 


97.1 


140.1 


120.4 


157.8 


120.7 


128.7 


185.2 


120.9 


J 


143.3 


125.3 


98.4 


190.2 


104.5 


139.5 


127.5 


157.4 


123.4 


136.8 


184.4 


128.5 


A 


141.9 


119.4 


101.2 


195.8 


102.3 


133.8 


128.7 


155.0 


120.0 


130.5 


188.4 


124.1 


S 


139.3 


120.9 


98.8 


183.5 


94.8 


127.8 


119.6 


161.7 


117.6 


131.9 


184.8 


119.7 


O 


138.3 


121.9 


101.3 


190.3 


108.1 


129.1 


124.8 


159.3 


123.5 


128.5 


185.6 


121.7 


N 


141.2 


122.6 


106.3 


195.6 


98.3 


132.6 


124.8 


162.2 


124.2 


129.8 


186.9 


121.7 


D 


142.8 


125.5 


105.2 


201.4 


106.0 


132.6 


132.6 


161.1 


122.0 


134.3 


183.0 


125.0 


1985 J 


140.5 


124.5 


99.3 


194.0 


94.1 


126.2 


120.1 


155.8 


121.1 


130.9 


187.3 


122.0 


F 


141.1 


124.7 


101.5 


183.5 


96.0 


134.0 


118.8 


159.8 


130.3 


131.5 


187.0 


122.2 


M 


141.1 


123.2 


103.3 


185.3 


98.8 


129.9 


120.4 


163.6 


126.6 


134.5 


183.7 


121.5 


A 


142.9 


126.6 


107.5 


192.5 


98.9 


129.7 


122.1 


161.0 


132.1 


132.5 


190.5 


123.5 


M 


142.7 


123.7 


110.8 


187.6 


102.5 


134.5 


116.4 


160.3 


135.7 


129.8 


191.1 


121.9 


J 


144.5 


126.1 


113.8 


192.8 


92.2 


134.4 


119.4 


168.3 


132.8 


129.5 


190.4 


124.4 


J 


147.6 


127.0 


109.0 


200.8 


107.7 


141.2 


130.1 


166.4 


142.2 


131.1 


193.7 


126.8 


A 


147.8 


126.3 


108.2 


195.1 


103.1 


138.0 


126.9 


175.6 


136.6 


132.4 


194.3 


125.8 


S 


146.7 


124.1 


107.3 


195.4 


99.9 


136.4 


124.1 


172.0 


135.6 


133.3 


191.7 


126.3 


O 


148.4 


124.8 


105.2 


203.4 


110.0 


142.5 


133.7 


173.9 


143.8 


135.1 


195.2 


126.0 


N 


149.5 


126.2 


99.2 


207.1 


106.2 


139.4 


130.5 


170.4 


141.5 


138.6 


201.8 


125.9 


D 


149.0 


130.3 


98.5 


201.8 


98.3 


142.0 


138.0 


172.2 


141.3 


138.4 


198.7 


127.7 


1986 J 


149.2 


130.2 


98.7 


201.8 


104.2 


142.9 


129.6 


175.4 


142.5 


138.2 


202.9 


130.0 


F 


150.8 


131.1 


104.2 


203.3 


106.3 


142.8 


129.1 


176.9 


141.0 


139.5 


205.2 


129.6 



For source see Table 2.2/Concluded. 



28 



May 1986 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



Section 3— Table 2.2/Continued 



100), 











Manufacturing 


industries 




















Metal 




















fabricating 


Machin- 






Non- 






Miscel- 














ind (ex 


eries 


Trans- 




metallic 


Petroleum 


Chemical 


laneous 












Year 


mach. & 


ind. (ex. 


portation 


Electrical 


mineral 


and coal 


and chem. 


manufac- 




Transportation, 


communication and other utilities 


and 


transp. 


electrical 


equipment 


products 


products 


products 


products 


turing 


Construction 










month 


equip, ind. 


machinery 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industry 


Total 


Transp. 


Storage 


Commun. 


D 


144397 


144403 


144405 


144411 


144418 


144422 


144423 


144429 


144431 


144432 


144433 


144439 


144441 


D 


144225 


144231 


144233 


144239 


144246 


144250 


144251 


144257 


144259 


144260 


144261 


144267 


144269 


1984 


105.2 


182.6 


176.2 


127.3 


112.0 


86.2 


165.5 


116.9 


106.2 


178.6 


156.0 


130.7 


210.0 


1985 


114.3 


190.8 


186.2 


138.5 


119.9 


84.8 


173.3 


122.9 


112.3 


185.6 


161.1 


119.1 


218.4 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 M 


115.2 


187.6 


195.8 


128.1 


100.6 


85.3 


176 5 


129.2 


87.4 


180.0 


151.4 


105.8 


207.9 


A 


100.6 


181.3 


188.6 


120.1 


108.7 


77.1 


167.2 


113.3 


94.5 


175.4 


153.2 


125.9 


207.7 


M 


101.3 


176.4 


189.5 


125.4 


119.5 


81.5 


175.9 


117.2 


103.3 


176.7 


158.9 


144.6 


210.9 


J 


112.9 


187.5 


203.2 


132.5 


126.1 


87.1 


179.3 


125.4 


117.7 


178.9 


166.1 


150.5 


214.9 


J 


100.1 


172.7 


142.3 


109.7 


116.0 


93.7 


146.1 


101.3 


124.2 


173.5 


161.0 


158.7 


206.3 


A 


102.4 


159.8 


155.5 


131.3 


116.0 


93.1 


156.5 


107.6 


127.3 


178.8 


164.6 


134.7 


213.2 


S 


114.4 


204.9 


179.1 


138.9 


132.5 


77.7 


175.6 


119.5 


126.1 


177.9 


164.1 


143.1 


211.8 


O 


109.3 


204.0 


165.6 


128.9 


125.8 


79.1 


166.4 


122.6 


119.4 


180.9 


162.1 


144.4 


213.9 


N 


111.8 


196.3 


189.6 


141.2 


121.7 


88.6 


170.1 


127.5 


107.1 


185.0 


158.6 


137.6 


215.0 


D 


102.2 


194.3 


149.1 


127.9 


98.6 


88.6 


148.6 


105.7 


94.5 


181.0 


147.1 


114.7 


207.2 


1985 J 


94.2 


175.5 


175.8 


120.4 


81.8 


82.6 


160.4 


96.7 


86.2 


184.6 


144.9 


107.0 


208.9 


F 


109.3 


202.2 


187.6 


143.3 


91.1 


81.3 


184.0 


119.6 


86.9 


189.0 


153.2 


96.8 


215.5 


M 


116.9 


212.0 


195.7 


145.3 


104.3 


82.3 


182.5 


122.5 


88.2 


188.8 


160.0 


102.3 


216.0 


A 


114.1 


184.2 


194.8 


138.8 


112.3 


71.7 


180.2 


122.2 


97.3 


182.8 


160.5 


109.6 


214.7 


M 


115.9 


190.4 


199.3 


137.2 


130.9 


79.0 


172.9 


124.1 


109.8 


180.4 


163.6 


129.4 


217.0 


J 


122.5 


215.4 


207.7 


145.3 


147.0 


85.7 


190.4 


132.9 


127.0 


184.8 


171.2 


137.9 


221.9 


J 


100.0 


169.5 


151.3 


121.2 


127.0 


90.5 


153.2 


109.1 


132.2 


178.6 


162.7 


125.2 


216.8 


A 


113.0 


175.2 


163.5 


131.4 


130.9 


93.6 


159.3 


124.8 


134.4 


182.1 


166.3 


100.2 


220.0 


S 


129.2 


194.5 


195.9 


150.1 


139.6 


81.1 


183.9 


136.9 


137.0 


184.5 


168.5 


123.9 


222.4 


O 


121.9 


187.6 


193.8 


144.2 


139.4 


86.2 


173.7 


138.1 


128.6 


187.2 


167.6 


145.4 


222.3 


N 


125.0 


196.4 


213.3 


146.0 


133.7 


93.1 


174.7 


133.8 


117.6 


192.1 


161.3 


131.3 


225.6 


D 


110.4 


186.4 


155.9 


138.6 


101.5 


90.6 


165.0 


113.5 


102.5 


192.2 


153.4 


120.9 


219.2 


1986 J 


101.9 


160.5 


183.8 


129.1 


93.2 


86.8 


166.2 


113.9 


94.0 


193.5 


151.9 


102.0 


226.0 


F 


117.2 


195.9 


204.3 


151.0 


109.2 


85.9 


186.7 


129.9 


93.9 


201.7 


160.9 


98.8 


236.5 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 M 


106.4 


170.4 


174.2 


124.7 


112.3 


87.1 


164.9 


120.9 


104.9 


175.3 


151.4 


125.5 


207.7 


A 


102.0 


180.2 


166.8 


120.8 


113.3 


90.7 


162.3 


112.7 


105.2 


176.3 


153.1 


135.9 


209.0 


M 


104.0 


173.2 


162.5 


125.5 


110.8 


91.9 


171.1 


119.2 


105.8 


179.1 


156.1 


133.3 


210.1 


J 


106.9 


181.7 


171.0 


125.6 


108.2 


85.2 


167.1 


115.4 


105.9 


178.4 


155.1 


132.6 


210.0 


J 


112.1 


204.4 


179.6 


130.7 


113.9 


87.2 


168.8 


118.7 


105.9 


180.2 


157.9 


136.4 


210.3 


A 


106.1 


184.3 


198.5 


129.6 


108.5 


85.8 


167.4 


114.9 


108.1 


181.0 


157.5 


134.1 


210.5 


S 


105.0 


196.5 


182.7 


127.3 


113.4 


80.8 


168.5 


107.5 


108.6 


178.9 


156.9 


130.5 


210.2 


O 


103.8 


190.4 


173.3 


126.3 


108.2 


82.3 


167.1 


112.0 


106.1 


181.7 


158.9 


130.4 


213.4 


N 


104.9 


189.0 


185.4 


132.7 


112.3 


82.6 


167.5 


116.2 


106.1 


182.5 


160.0 


129.6 


213.0 


D 


105.4 


194.8 


182.6 


132.2 


122.9 


83.2 


164.6 


120.5 


106.7 


181.8 


159.9 


117.6 


210.6 


1985 J 


106.5 


195.3 


179.6 


135.7 


111.6 


81.0 


167.9 


114.2 


105.0 


182.7 


158.9 


126.1 


214.2 


F 


110.8 


192.1 


176.1 


139.3 


109.7 


80.0 


170.9 


116.7 


105.3 


183.2 


160.1 


120.9 


215.2 


M 


108.4 


190.5 


174.9 


141.2 


118.3 


83.4 


171.5 


114.9 


106.1 


183.8 


159.9 


119.9 


216.0 


A 


115.4 


184.5 


175.6 


139.5 


116.6 


84.3 


173.5 


123.5 


108.1 


184.0 


160.7 


117.4 


216.0 


M 


118.8 


188.2 


178.9 


139.9 


120.6 


89.0 


167.8 


122.0 


112.5 


183.7 


160.9 


120.6 


215.9 


J 


116.5 


197.9 


180.8 


138.1 


125.9 


84.4 


173.3 


122.7 


113.6 


184.4 


160.3 


123.6 


216.6 


J 


115.1 


198.4 


191.2 


139.6 


121.8 


84.1 


176.4 


127.6 


112.0 


185.9 


160.4 


111.3 


221.0 


A 


116.9 


195.5 


194.6 


140.5 


121.5 


86.2 


172.8 


129.3 


113.8 


184.2 


159.5 


99.6 


216.8 


S 


113.5 


186.3 


198.7 


139.9 


120.5 


84.6 


175.6 


122.3 


117.2 


186.6 


161.6 


114.5 


220.9 


O 


115.5 


180.7 


200.1 


134.9 


121.6 


89.6 


177.3 


126.6 


114.8 


188.3 


163.9 


130.9 


221.7 


N 


118.1 


188.4 


203.4 


136.9 


124.0 


86.9 


171.8 


124.2 


117.3 


189.2 


163.0 


123.3 


223.6 


D 


115.9 


183.7 


189.7 


141.3 


125.0 


84.7 


178.8 


126.2 


116.0 


191.4 


165.8 


125.1 


223.3 


1986 J 


116.4 


179.0 


191.2 


143.1 


127.1 


85.1 


171.9 


129.3 


114.7 


192.6 


166.6 


121.1 


231.9 


F 


120.3 


184.4 


194.5 


146.0 


130.4 


84.6 


170.6 


125.9 


114.4 


195.0 


167.6 


127.5 


236.4 



For source tee Table 2.2/Concluded. 



29 



Section 3— Table 2.2/Continued 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 = 100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



May 1986 





Electric 

power, gas 

and water 

utilities 


Total 


Trade 

Wholesale 
trade 


Retail 
trade 


Finance, 

insurance. 

and real 

estate 




Community, business and personal services 






Year 
and 
month 


Total 


Education Health & Amusement 

& related Welfare and rec. 

services services services 


Services 
to business 
management 


Personal 
services 


Accom. 
and food 
services 


D 
D 


144443 
144271 


144446 
144274 


144447 
144275 


144449 
144277 


144463 
144291 


144470 
144298 


144471 144472 144473 
144299 144300 144301 


144474 
144302 


144475 
144303 


144476 
144304 


1984 

1985 


200.4 
212.0 


166.6 
178.3 


174.8 
186.8 


160.8 
172.2 


175.9 
185.2 


154.2 
159.7 


115.7 152.6 205.9 
117.6 157.3 214.7 


260.9 
272.4 


124.8 
126.4 


140.8 
149.6 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 M 


222.4 


155.5 


171.8 


143.8 


175.5 


154.2 


124.8 


150.2 


187.7 


258.9 


124.1 


132.8 


A 


195.2 


163.0 


168.8 


158.9 


175.0 


154.5 


124.3 


150.9 


190.8 


258.2 


124.5 


133.4 


M 


182.6 


171.9 


181.3 


165.2 


176.1 


155.6 


121.4 


151.8 


209.1 


258.9 


125.2 


140.9 


J 


170.8 


181.5 


194.5 


172.3 


177.4 


156.7 


115.4 


152.9 


218.9 


263.9 


125.8 


152.8 


J 


167.2 


159.9 


165.6 


155.7 


175.5 


148.8 


88.8 


154.2 


228.6 


264.4 


125.0 


154.7 


A 


177.3 


161.1 


167.1 


156.7 


176.2 


147.7 


84.1 


154.4 


227.1 


264.2 


125.4 


157.1 


S 


174.8 


175.1 


195.4 


160.5 


175.2 


157.4 


115.4 


154.0 


216.9 


266.2 


124.9 


154.0 


O 


190.8 


170.5 


181.0 


163.0 


177.5 


158.7 


123.8 


154.4 


209.7 


264.6 


125.3 


143.7 


N 


217.5 


182.8 


189.5 


178.0 


179.6 


159.2 


125.8 


154.5 


206.3 


266.4 


124.3 


141.7 


D 


237.0 


190.0 


163.1 


209.4 


177.6 


155.8 


120.9 


154.8 


196.8 


262.3 


124.6 


134.5 


1985 J 


257.7 


143.2 


153.9 


135.5 


177.6 


154.4 


122.6 


154.7 


199.2 


262.3 


125.0 


119.9 


F 


251.6 


154.6 


172.6 


141.8 


182.1 


158.7 


125.7 


155.1 


201.0 


267.5 


124.6 


137.5 


M 


233.5 


170.4 


191.9 


154.9 


182.9 


160.9 


127.5 


155.7 


200.2 


272.4 


124.7 


142.5 


A 


205.6 


172.3 


177.4 


168.7 


184.3 


160.6 


126.3 


156.2 


204.7 


268.7 


125.6 


144.4 


M 


183.2 


184.2 


193.5 


177.4 


185.0 


162.2 


123.6 


157.1 


225.9 


268.9 


126.9 


154.5 


J 


178.9 


192.6 


208.1 


181.5 


187.4 


163.1 


117.3 


158.5 


230.0 


278.4 


127.8 


162.6 


J 


177.2 


170.3 


174.9 


167.1 


188.0 


154.6 


90.1 


159.2 


236.0 


275.5 


127.0 


166.3 


A 


183.2 


176.2 


183.3 


171.1 


187.3 


153.6 


85.3 


158.9 


236.9 


277.4 


126.7 


168.0 


S 


184.3 


185.4 


204.1 


171.9 


187.1 


161.7 


117.1 


158.1 


216.0 


273.1 


127.1 


160.6 


O 


197.3 


186.1 


201.8 


174.9 


187.8 


163.6 


125.6 


158.3 


214.9 


276.0 


128.1 


151.6 


N 


232.5 


196.4 


199.1 


194.5 


188.9 


163.7 


127.5 


157.9 


209.6 


277.4 


126.9 


147.9 


D 


259.3 


207.7 


180.7 


227.1 


184.2 


159.7 


122.1 


158.4 


201.8 


270.9 


127.2 


139.0 


1986 J 


263.1 


154.1 


166.7 


145.0 


185.5 


158.7 


124.1 


158.2 


203.0 


268.6 


128.3 


128.6 


F 


267.7 


168.3 


192.1 


151.2 


190.5 


162.6 


127.0 


158.9 


206.2 


274.1 


127.9 


143.1 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 M 


199.3 


162.3 


168.8 


157.6 


174.2 


152.6 


115.2 


150.9 


202.6 


259.2 


124.6 


138.0 


A 


197.3 


163.7 


168.8 


160.0 


174.9 


152.8 


115.5 


151.1 


202.8 


259.1 


124.6 


137.2 


M 


202.2 


163.9 


169.5 


159.8 


175.5 


153.1 


115.3 


151.5 


203.9 


258.5 


124.7 


139.4 


J 


201.6 


168.3 


179.0 


160.6 


175.6 


153.8 


115.4 


152.0 


204.2 


261.7 


124.8 


140.1 


J 


202.8 


166.0 


175.1 


159.5 


176.1 


154.2 


115.7 


152.7 


204.0 


261.7 


124.9 


141.1 


A 


207.3 


164.0 


169.6 


159.9 


175.9 


154.7 


115.8 


153.4 


201.2 


262.5 


125.4 


142.0 


S 


199.6 


170.7 


184.1 


161.1 


174.4 


155.5 


116.0 


153.9 


209.9 


263.8 


125.1 


143.4 


O 


204.2 


167.2 


172.3 


163.5 


178.2 


155.9 


116.2 


154.6 


210.6 


262.7 


125.0 


144.3 


N 


205.8 


172.9 


184.2 


164.7 


178.7 


156.9 


116.5 


155.3 


212.4 


266.1 


124.8 


145.3 


D 


206.6 


171.1 


181.9 


163.3 


179.8 


157.2 


117.0 


155.2 


212.7 


265.7 


125.0 


145.8 


1985 J 


208.2 


169.3 


175.4 


164.8 


180.7 


157.4 


117.1 


155.3 


215.3 


268.0 


125.0 


143.0 


F 


207.0 


170.5 


176.9 


165.9 


181.2 


158.0 


117.5 


155.8 


215.4 


269.0 


125.0 


144.5 


M 


209.5 


177.1 


188.2 


169.1 


182.0 


159.2 


117.7 


156.3 


216.1 


272.6 


125.1 


147.6 


A 


208.3 


172.8 


177.2 


169.6 


183.8 


158.9 


117.4 


156.5 


217.3 


269.7 


125.7 


148.5 


M 


206.5 


175.1 


182.0 


170.1 


184.2 


159.6 


117.3 


156.9 


220.3 


268.6 


126.4 


152.9 


J 


210.1 


176.5 


186.2 


169.5 


185.0 


160.0 


117.3 


157.6 


214.7 


275.1 


126.6 


149.0 


J 


212.8 


177.4 


185.8 


171.3 


187.6 


160.0 


117.3 


157.8 


211.2 


273.1 


126.8 


151.7 


A 


212.8 


179.9 


187.9 


174.1 


187.0 


160.4 


117.5 


158.0 


210.3 


274.4 


126.6 


151.8 


S 


212.9 


181.4 


191.4 


174.3 


187.7 


159.7 


117.7 


158.2 


208.8 


270.5 


127.2 


149.3 


O 


213.2 


181.8 


191.3 


175.0 


188.7 


161.0 


117.9 


158.5 


215.6 


275.1 


127.7 


152.3 


N 


217.9 


184.8 


193.8 


178.4 


188.3 


161.4 


118.1 


158.6 


215.6 


277.5 


127.6 


151.5 


D 


221.4 


187.9 


200.4 


178.9 


187.6 


161.5 


118.1 


158.8 


217.8 


276.3 


127.8 


151.9 


1986 J 


215.6 


183.5 


191.3 


177.9 


189.0 


161.7 


118.5 


158.8 


219.3 


274.8 


128.3 


152.1 


F 


218.4 


186.5 


198.0 


178.2 


189.5 


161.9 


118.7 


159.6 


220.9 


275.4 


128.4 


150.7 



For source see Table 2.2/Concluded. 



30 



May 1986 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 =100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/concluded 



Section 3— Table 2.2/Concluded 





Public 

admin. 

and defence 








Special industry 


groupings 








Year 
and 
month 


Industrial 
production 


Gross 

domestic 

product less 

agriculture 


Goods- 
producing 
industries 


Service- 
producing 
industries 


Commercial 
industries 


Non- 
commercial 
industries 


Non-durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


Durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


D 
D 


144477 
144305 


144484 
144312 


144483 
144311 


144485 
144313 


144486 
144314 


144487 
144315 


144488 
144316 


144490 
144318 


144489 
144317 


1984 
1985 


140.7 
141.8 


140.5 
146.8 


151.1 
157.8 


132.1 
137.9 


162.1 
169.1 


154.8 
162.3 


128.5 
130.3 


137.1 
141.4 


140.0 

148.5 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 M 
A 
M 

J 
J 

A 

s 
o 

N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 

F 



137.7 


147.0 


149.8 


127.1 


158.8 


149.6 


129.7 


139.6 


147.1 


137.5 


140.4 


148.8 


131.1 


160.5 


152.8 


129.6 


135.6 


142.8 


142.2 


140.6 


151.9 


131.9 


164.3 


155.7 


130.9 


139.0 


143.8 


146.8 


147.1 


157.7 


130.4 


168.3 


157.8 


131.2 


148.2 


153.0 


148.6 


125.3 


146.7 


120.2 


160.3 


148.8 


123.0 


124.9 


123.9 


146.3 


133.7 


149.9 


130.0 


160.7 


154.5 


120.5 


135.8 


131.3 


142.0 


144.9 


156.5 


190.0 


165.8 


186.0 


129.4 


145.7 


148.7 


139.5 


143.6 


155.1 


129.4 


165.4 


155.2 


131.3 


142.3 


142.8 


138.3 


150.0 


157.7 


131.8 


167.9 


158.2 


131.4 


144.7 


149.5 


137.4 


135.3 


151.0 


119.9 


166.1 


151.4 


129.3 


126.4 


128.5 


137.3 


138.2 


145.2 


121.2 


156.1 


144.8 


129.6 


125.8 


131.8 


137.6 


151.2 


153.0 


131.5 


161.9 


153.7 


130.9 


142.1 


147.7 


138.6 


152.8 


156.5 


131.9 


166.7 


157.3 


131.9 


143.4 


154.6 


138.1 


146.3 


155.2 


136.2 


167.3 


159.9 


131.4 


140.8 


150.4 


142.5 


145.2 


158.0 


135.4 


171.3 


162.2 


132.6 


139.9 


153.4 


147.4 


154.0 


164.9 


136.9 


175.4 


165.8 


133.0 


152.3 


163.7 


149.1 


129.2 


152.7 


124.0 


167.4 


155.5 


124.5 


127.5 


129.6 


147.5 


138.8 


156.8 


135.3 


168.3 


162.3 


122.1 


140.2 


139.7 


143.6 


152.9 


163.7 


198.4 


172.7 


194.8 


131.1 


152.2 


159.1 


141.3 


152.2 


163.4 


137.5 


173.3 


164.6 


133.0 


149.4 


156.0 


139.9 


158.1 


165.3 


140.1 


174.9 


167.1 


132.7 


150.9 


160.6 


138.9 


142.8 


158.5 


126.7 


173.5 


160.0 


130.4 


132.8 


134.8 


138.8 


145.5 


152.2 


128.1 


163.0 


152.8 


131.0 


133.7 


139.3 


139.6 


160.3 


161.2 


139.5 


169.6 


163.0 


132.5 


151.5 


158.2 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 M 
A 
M 

J 
J 

A 
S 

o 

N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 

s 


N 
D 

1986 J 

F 



140.1 


138.3 


148.9 


130.3 


159.7 


152.3 


127.7 


134.5 


137.4 


140.2 


138.2 


149.1 


129.6 


160.5 


152.4 


127.9 


135.7 


135.9 


140.5 


138.7 


149.9 


130.7 


161.1 


153.4 


128.1 


138.3 


134.9 


141.2 


139.9 


150.9 


131.6 


162.2 


154.6 


128.4 


137.5 


138.3 


141.1 


144.7 


152.6 


135.5 


162.3 


156.6 


128.7 


140.8 


145.7 


140.7 


143.9 


152.2 


135.1 


161.9 


156.1 


128.7 


138.1 


145.7 


141.0 


141.0 


152.1 


132.9 


163.2 


155.9 


129 


135.9 


142.6 


141.2 


141.0 


152.2 


132.3 


163.7 


155.9 


129.3 


137.0 


139.5 


141.3 


143.4 


154.0 


134.2 


165.4 


157.9 


129.6 


138.3 


143.9 


141.6 


144.6 


154.3 


135.2 


165.2 


158.3 


129.8 


140.5 


145.0 


141.2 


143.2 


153.8 


134.2 


165.1 


157.8 


129.7 


137.8 


143.1 


141.1 


143.3 


154.3 


134.4 


165.8 


158.3 


129.9 


138.3 


143.8 


141.0 


143.6 


155.5 


134.8 


167.7 


159.8 


129.9 


138.2 


144.0 


140.8 


144.6 


155.6 


135.4 


167.1 


159.8 


129.7 


140.9 


144.8 


140.8 


144.5 


156.2 


135.7 


167.9 


160.5 


129.7 


138.7 


146.6 


141.7 


146.3 


157.3 


137.5 


168.6 


161.8 


130.2 


140.3 


148.7 


141.8 


148.5 


158.4 


138.9 


169.5 


163.1 


130.3 


143.8 


151.4 


141.9 


148.5 


158.7 


139.5 


169.7 


163.5 


130.4 


142.6 


152.8 


142.6 


148.3 


159.2 


139.5 


170.4 


164.0 


130.6 


141.4 


151.9 


143.0 


149.7 


160.4 


140.3 


171.5 


165.1 


130.9 


144.7 


151.9 


143.0 


151.0 


161.3 


142.0 


172.1 


166.4 


130.9 


1450 


153.8 


143.1 


151.2 


161.8 


142.0 


173.0 


167.0 


131.0 


147.0 


151.0 


142.8 


151.1 


161.7 


141.8 


172.9 


166.8 


131.1 


146.2 


152.2 


143.2 


152.1 


162.7 


142.5 


174.0 


167.9 


131.5 


146.7 


154.7 



Source: System of National Account*, Grow Domestic Product by Industry (61-005, Monthly; 61-213, Annual), Statistics Canada. 



31 



Section 3— Table 3.1 

3— Balance of international payments 

Table 3.1: Canadian balance of international payments, 



May 1986 



current account, all countries (million dollars) 



Year 
or 


Total 
current 
receipts 


Total 

current 

payments 


Current 
account 
balance 


Goods and 860/1065' 
Receipts Payments 


Balance 


Merchandise trade 3 




Service transactions 




quarter 


Exports Imports 


Balance 


Receipts Payments 


Balance 


D 
D 


50525 
60525 


50550 
60550 


50555 
60555 


50503 50541 
60722 60723 


50558 
60724 


50501 50526 
60501 60526 


50551 
60551 


50502 50544 
60710 60714 


50556 
60718 



1984 


134,626 


132,073 


2,553 


131,310 


129.697 


1,612 


112,118 


91 ,450 


20,668 


19,191 


38,247 


-19,056 


1985 

Unadjustt 


145,036 

id for seasonal 


147,684 

variation 


-2,648 


141,454 


145,141 


-3,686 


120,095 


103,278 


16,817 


21,359 


41,862 


-20,503 


1984 3 


34,668 


32,809 


1,860 


33,636 


32,256 


1,380 


27,663 


22,696 


4,968 


5,972 


9,560 


-3,588 


4 


34.836 


33,028 


1,808 


34,040 


32,443 


1.597 


29,338 


22,775 


6,563 


4,702 


9.668 


-4,966 


1985 1 


34,378 


35,329 


-951 


33,507 


34,680 


-1,173 


28,912 


23.800 


5,112 


4,594 


10.880 


-6,285 


2 


37,931 


38,296 


-365 


37,070 


37,678 


-608 


31,689 


27,390 


4,300 


5,381 


10,288 


-4.908 


3 


35,656 


36,494 


-838 


34,647 


35,809 


-1,162 


28,077 


25,602 


2,475 


6.570 


10,207 


-3,637 


4 


37,070 


37,564 


-494 


36,230 


36,974 


-743 


31,416 


26,486 


4,930 


4,814 


10,487 


-5,673 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 3 


34,920 


34,039 


881 


34.004 


33,468 


536 


29,108 


23,898 


5,210 


4,896 


9,569 


-4,673 


4 


34,894 


33,708 


1,186 


34,073 


33,072 


1,001 


29,070 


23,241 


5,829 


5,003 


9,831 


-4,828 


1985 1 


35,988 


35,564 


424 


35,100 


34,946 


153 


29,623 


24,21 1 


5,413 


5,476 


10,735 


-5,259 


2 


35,969 


36,174 


-205 


35,137 


35,604 


-467 


29,820 


25,408 


4,412 


5.317 


10,196 


-4,879 


3 


35,974 


37,535 


-1,560 


35,012 


36,830 


-1,819 


29,609 


26,610 


2,999 


5,403 


10,220 


-4,817 


4 


37,103 


38,41 1 


-1,307 


36,205 


37,759 


-1,554 


31,042 


27,049 


3,993 


5,163 


10,711 


-5,548 



Year 

or 




Travel 




Interest and dividends 


Freight and shipping 


Other 


service transactions 


With- 
holding 
tax' 


quarter 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts Payments Balance 


Receipts Payments Balance 


Receipts 


Payments Balance 


D 
D 


50506 
60506 


50531 
60531 


50718 
60554 


50508 50533 50719 
60508 60533 60556 


50512 50537 50720 
60512 60537 60557 


50516 
60711 


50545 50721 
60715 60719 


50722 
60727 



1984 
1985 


4,416 
4,962 


6,542 
7,106 


-2,126 
-2,144 


1,839 
2,420 


13,093 
15,232 


-11,254 
-12,812 


4,647 
4,499 


3,979 
4,308 


667 
191 


8.290 
9,478 


13.533 
14,147 


-5,243 
-4,669 


-1,100 
-1,069 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 
























1984 3 
4 


2,123 
688 


1,763 
1,252 


360 
-564 


413 
612 


3,073 
3,836 


-2,660 
-3.224 


1,256 
1.195 


1,003 
1,001 


253 
194 


2,181 
2,208 


3,468 
3.262 


-1,287 
-1,054 


-253 
-317 


1985 1 
2 
3 
4 


518 
1,256 
2,371 

817 


1,958 
1,805 
1,980 
1,363 


-1,440 
-549 
391 
-546 


685 
499 
706 
531 


4,078 
3.544 
3,413 
4,196 


-3.393 
-3.045 
-2,707 
-3,665 


992 
1,212 
1,168 
1,127 


919 

1,189 
1,075 
1,125 


73 

22 

93 

2 


2,399 
2,414 
2,325 
2,340 


3,596 
3,493 
3,544 
3,514 


-1,197 
-1,079 
-1,219 
-1,174 


-328 
-256 
-195 
-290 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 3 


1,087 


1,593 


-506 


459 


3,224 


-2,764 


1,188 


979 


209 


2,162 


3,473 


-1,311 


-301 


4 


1,133 


1,700 


-567 


495 


3,504 


-3,009 


1,169 


988 


181 


2,206 


3.361 


-1,155 


-279 


1985 1 


1,198 


1,736 


-538 


672 


4,087 


-3,416 


1,152 


1,062 


90 


2,455 


3.528 


-1,073 


-321 


2 


1.209 


1,754 


-545 


593 


3,639 


-3,046 


1,132 


1,073 


59 


2,383 


3.474 


-1,090 


-256 


3 


1,234 


1,785 


-551 


736 


3,596 


-2,860 


1,109 


1,064 


45 


2,324 


3.538 


-1,213 


-238 


4 


1,322 


1,831 


-509 


419 


3,909 


-3,490 


1.107 


1,110 


-3 


2,315 


3,608 


-1,293 


-253 



See Footnotes Table 3.1 /concluded. 
For source see Table 3.3. 



32 



May 1986 

3— Balance of international payments 

Table 3.1: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, all countries (million dollars) /concluded 



Section 3— Tables 3.1 /Concluded to Table 3.2 



Year 




Transfers 




Inheritances and migrants' 


funds 


Personal and institutional remittances 


With- 
holding 
tax 3 


Official 


quarter 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts Payments 


Balance 


Receipts Payments Balance 


contributions 


D 

D 


50517 
60712 


50546 
60716 


50557 
60720 


50515 50540 
60515 60540 


50723 
60558 


50518 50547 50724 
60713 60717 60721 


50716 
60726 


50725 
60709 



1984 


3,316 


2,376 


940 


1,575 


350 


1,225 


641 


681 


-40 


1,100 


-1,345 


1985 


3,582 


2,543 


1,038 


1,854 


361 


1,493 


659 


759 


-100 


1.069 


-1,423 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 




















1984 3 


1,033 


553 


480 


622 


111 


512 


157 


167 


-10 


253 


-275 


4 


795 


585 


210 


314 


82 


232 


164 


181 


-17 


317 


-322 


1985 1 


871 


649 


222 


379 


75 


304 


165 


187 


-23 


328 


-387 


2 


861 


619 


243 


441 


88 


353 


165 


189 


-25 


256 


-341 


3 


1,009 


685 


324 


650 


114 


535 


165 


190 


-26 


195 


-380 


4 


839 


590 


249 


385 


84 


300 


165 


192 


-27 


290 


-314 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 3 


916 


572 


344 


458 


89 


369 


157 


167 


-10 


301 


-316 


4 


821 


636 


185 


378 


88 


290 


164 


181 


-17 


279 


-367 


1985 1 


889 


618 


271 


402 


89 


314 


165 


187 


-23 


321 


-342 


2 


832 


570 


262 


412 


90 


321 


165 


189 


-25 


256 


-291 


3 


963 


704 


259 


560 


91 


468 


165 


190 


-26 


238 


-422 


4 


898 


651 


247 


480 


91 


389 


165 


192 


-27 


253 


-369 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding. 

'As used in national income and expenditure accounts. Trade of Canada figures with certain valuation, coverage and timing adjustments appropriate for Balance of Payments. 

withheld on service payments and income distribution to non-residents. 



'Tax 



Table 3.2: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, area distribution 1 (million dollars) 







United States 








United Kingdom 








All other countries 












Merchan- 










vlerchan- 










Merchan- 




Year 






Current 


dise 


Non-mer- 






Current 


dise 


Non-mer- 






Current 


dise 


Non-mer- 


or 


Total 


Total 


account 


trade 


chandise 


Total 


Total 


account 


trade 


chandise 


Total 


Total 


account 


trade 


chandise 


quarter 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


balance 


balance 3 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


balance 


balance 3 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


balance 


balance 3 


D 


3907 


3908 


3909 


3910 


3911 


3912 


3913 


3914 


3915 


3916 


3917 


3918 


3919 


3920 


3921 


1984 


96,118 


89.439 


6.679 


19,727 


-13,048 


4,305 


4,751 


-447 


191 


-637 


33.103 


36,783 


-3,680 


750 


-4,430 


1985 


106,396 


99.263 


7.133 


20,537 


-13,404 


4.009 


6,099 


-2.090 


-823 


-1,267 


33.561 


41,252 


-7,691 


-2,897 


-4,794 


1984 3 


24,059 


21,618 


2.441 


4,601 


-2,159 


1,109 


1,271 


-162 


26 


-188 


9.248 


9,668 


-420 


341 


-761 


4 


24,931 


22,259 


2,672 


6,224 


-3,552 


1,093 


1,190 


-97 


30 


-127 


8.495 


9.261 


-766 


310 


-1,076 


1985 1 


25,288 


24,439 


849 


5,352 


-4,503 


934 


1,002 


-68 


126 


-195 


7.829 


9.560 


-1,732 


-366 


-1.366 


2 


28,114 


26.352 


1,763 


4,975 


-3,213 


1,055 


1,584 


-529 


-208 


-321 


8.506 


10,105 


-1,599 


-468 


-1,131 


3 


25,757 


23.647 


2,109 


4,170 


-2,061 


1,000 


1,753 


-753 


-376 


-376 


8.704 


10,899 


-2,194 


-1,319 


-876 


4 


27,238 


24,826 


2,412 


6,040 


-3,628 


1,021 


1,760 


-740 


-366 


-374 


8.521 


10,688 


-2,166 


-745 


-1,421 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding. 

'Excludes withholding tax. 'Includes service transactions and transfer balances. 

For source see Table 3.3. 



33 



Section 3— Table 3.3 

3— Balance of international payments 

Table 3.3: Canadian balance of international payments, 



May 1986 



capital account, 1 all countries (million dollars) 











Canadian stocks 




Trade in outstanding Canadian bonds 




New issues of Canadian bonds 






Direct investment 






























Year 


Trade 
in out- 


New 


Retire- 




Govern- 
ment of 


Pro- 


Munici- 


Corpo- 




Govern- 
ment of 


Pro- 


Munici- 


Corpo- 




Of 


In 






quarter 


Canada 


Abroad 


standing 


issues 


ments 


Total 


Canada 1 


vincial* 


pal 


ration 4 


Total 


Canada 1 


vinciaP 


pal 


ration 4 


Total 


D 


50560 


50564 


50576 


50586 


50587 


50585 


65001 


65002 


65003 


65004 


65000 


65006 


65007 


65008 


65009 


65005 


1984 


2,150 


-3,800 


-239 


423 


-10 


173 


2,677 


511 


13 


310 


3,510 


2,271 


4,177 


766 


1,930 


9,144 


1985 


-2.450 


-4,900 


1,117 


339 


-50 


1,407 


2,222 


564 


-22 


-25 


2,739 


5,439 


5,142 


479 


4,038 


15,098 


1984 3 


375 


-1,197 


14 


81 


-2 


93 


770 


31 


-14 


65 


851 


470 


1,075 


194 


332 


2,072 


4 


521 


-1,290 


-81 


39 


-2 


-44 


1,178 


163 


-1 


75 


1,415 


562 


635 


172 


696 


2,066 


1985 1 


-550 


-1,610 


183 


115 


-2 


296 


847 


110 


-1 


16 


973 


1,217 


1.250 


195 


252 


2,914 


2 


225 


-1,175 


309 


92 


-2 


399 


867 


13 


-1 


-34 


844 


904 


1,835 


109 


1,241 


4,089 


3 


-2,050 


-1,215 


115 


89 


-33 


171 


520 


181 


-6 


43 


738 


1,907 


617 


75 


1,599 


4.198 


4 


-75 


-900 


511 


43 


-13 


541 


-11 


260 


-15 


-51 


184 


1,411 


1,440 


99 


946 


3.897 
























Government of 
































Canada loans and 












Retirements of Canadian bonds 






Foreign securities 


subscriptions 










































Total 


Year 


Govern- 












Total 


Trade 














Other 


long- 


or 


ment of 




Pro Munic- 


Corpo- 




Canadian 


in out- 


New 


Retire- 




Repay- 


Export 


long- 


term 


quarter 


Canada' 


vinciaP 


i pal 


ration 4 


Total 


bonds 


standing 


issues 


ments 


Advances ments 


credits 


term 


capital 



65011 



65012 



65013 



65010 



50651 



50600 



50624 & 
50626 



50629 



50687 



1984 


-1,997 -1,679 




-256 




1,060 


-4,991 


7,663 


-1,535 


-374 




18 




663 


42 


-1,334 


507 


2,848 


1985 


-2,01 1 -2,925 




-262 




1,145 


-6,342 


1 1 ,495 


-291 


-432 




4 




715 


74 


-211 


-109 


3,873 


1984 3 


-394 -675 




-34 




-168 


-1.271 


1,652 


-226 


-3 




3 




-38 


6 


-401 


719 


981 


4 


-285 -242 




-89 




-392 


-1,008 


2,473 


-701 


-230 




7 




276 


27 


-251 


-438 


-202 


1985 1 


-681 -707 




-76 




-227 


-1,690 


2.196 


-86 


-104 




1 




-87 


21 


-112 


457 


423 


2 


-474 -612 




-61 




-495 


-1,642 


3.291 


87 


-3 




1 




369 


— 


-52 


-703 


1,701 


3 


-212 -747 




-36 




-212 


-1 ,207 


3,730 


299 


-126 




1 




-27 


10 


-76 


-190 


526 


4 


-645 -859 




-88 




-211 


-1.803 


2,278 


-591 


-198 




1 




232 


43 


29 


328 


1,223 




Resident holdings 

of 
foreign currency 
































































Official 




Chartered 




bank net Non- 






























monetary 




foreign bank 








Non-resident holdings of: 


















movements 




currency holdings 


























Sta- 


Allo- 


in the form of: 
















Other 














tis- 


cation 








with foreign 




Govern- 






finance 






All 




Total 


Net 


tical 


of 


Official 




Year 


non- cur- 


Cana- 




ment 




Finance 


company 


Com- 




other 




short- 


capital 


dis- 


special 


inter- 


Official 


or 


resi- rencies 


dian $ 


demand 


Treasury 


company 


obli- 


mercial 


Other 


trans- 




term 


move- 


crep- 


drawing 


national 


monetary 


quarter 


dents abroad deposits 


liabilities 


bills 


paper 


gations 


paper 


paper 


actions' 




capital 


ment 


ancy 


rights 


reserves 


liabilities 


D 


50659 50660 


50652 


50654 


50656 


50668 


50676 


50667 


50669 


50686 




50688 


50689 


50693 


50710 


50713 


50714 


1984 


1,297 -2,035 


750 




138 


1,514 


-124 


-66 


154 


-44 


-1,677 




-93 


2,754 


-6,396 


— 


-1,092 


3 


1985 


-1,129 1.198 


930 




236 


-691 


219 


13 


-185 


76 


9 




676 


4,549 


-3.253 


— 


-112 


-1 ,240 


1984 3 


1,633 512 


-656 




-86 


589 


-71 


-15 


87 


-126 


-812 




1,055 


2,036 


-2.511 


_ 


753 


632 


4 


-938 1 ,094 


640 




144 


-771 


-24 


5 


93 


-39 


316 




520 


318 


-1.800 


— 


-201 


527 


1985 1 


2,173 -1,900 


-270 




-153 


874 


66 


-13 


-245 


-41 


646 




1,138 


1,561 


-1.696 


_ 


808 


-1,894 


2 


-2,440 1,219 


-25 




296 


162 


118 


-17 


-62 


-22 


-244 




-1,015 


686 


-450 


— 


-1,018 


889 


3 


110 312 


441 




-41 


-816 


— 


56 


162 


119 


129 




473 


999 


623 


— 


112 


672 


4 


-972 1 ,565 


785 




135 


-912 


35 


-13 


-40 


21 


-523 




81 


1,304 


-1,730 




-13 


-907 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding. 

'A minus sign, except for official monetary movements, indicates an outflow of capital from Canada. 'Includes issues of Federal government entreprises. 
cial government entreprises. 'Excludes issues of government entreprises. "Includes changes in loans and accounts receivable and payable. 
Source: System of National Accounts, Quarterly Estimates of the Canadian Balance of International Payments (67-001), Statistics Canada. 



'Includes issues of Provin- 



34 



Section 4 ■ Labour 

36 1. Wages and Salaries, by Province 

37 2. Wages and Salaries by Industry and Supplementary Labour Income, Canada 

38 3. Labour Force Characteristics of the Population 15 years of Age and Over 

4. Selected Labour Force Series by Sex and Main Age Group 

4.1 Employed 

4.2 Unemployed 

4.3 Participation Rates 

4.4 Unemployment Rates 

5. Labour Force Characteristics, by Province 

5.1 Labour Force 

5.2 Employed 

5.3 Unemployed 

5.4 Participation Rates 

5.5 Unemployment Rates 

6. Unemployment Insurance Statistics 

7. Help Wanted Index 

8. Time Lost in Work Stoppages, by Industry Groups 

9. Total Number of Employees, by Industry Group 

10. Total Number of Employees, by Manufacturing Industry 

1 1. Average Weekly Earnings, by Industry Group 

12. Average Weekly Earnings, by Manufacturing Industry 

13. Total Number of Employees, Canada and Provinces 

14. Average Weekly Earnings, Canada and Provinces 

15. Average Hourly Earnings 

16. Average Weekly Hours 



35 



Section 4— Table 1 

Table 1: Wages and salaries, by province based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 



Year 
and 
month 



Newfound- 
land 



Prince 
Edward 
Island Nova Scotia 



New 

Brunswick 



Quebec 



Ontario 



Manitoba 



Saskatch- 
ewan 



Alberta 



British 
Columbia 



May 1986 



Canada' 



5226 
5237 



5227 
5238 



5228 
5239 



5229 
5240 



5230 
5241 



5231 
5242 



5232 
5243 



5233 
5244 



5234 
5245 



5235 
5246 



5225 
5236 



1984 
1985 



2.888 
3,008 



614 
642 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1986 J 

F 



225.5 
230.5 
239.7 
258.2 
261.3 
256.5 
249.9 
246.7 
237.9 
231.8 

228.4 
233.6 
240.4 
238.4 
245.5 
259.7 
271.3 
267.1 
266.4 
257.8 
252.1 
247.0 

243.7 
246.3 



46.8 
47.8 
51.6 
55.6 
55.2 
56.2 
54.8 
52.6 
51.6 
49.4 

47.9 
47.2 
48.3 
50.3 
53.9 
58.4 
56.8 
58.3 
58.7 
55.7 
53.7 
52.4 

50.5 
50.7 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1984 M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1985 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



U 



239.2 
239.9 
237.8 
241.5 
241.5 
242.3 
240.3 
242.5 
241.0 
243.0 

244.9 
247.2 
254.9 
248.1 
243.5 
242.7 
250.7 
252.6 
256.2 
253.3 
255.1 
258.5 

261.0 
260.6 



51.1 
51.4 
51.1 
51.2 
49.9 
50.4 
50.7 
51.2 
52.2 
52.3 

53.0 
52.6 
52.8 
54.0 
53.4 
53.8 
51.4 
52.3 
54.2 
54.3 
54.4 
55.5 

55.8 
56.6 



5,611 
6,013 



437.4 
444.0 
464.1 
481.7 
486.3 
488.3 
489.5 
480.6 
488.0 
481.1 

467.5 
468.0 
472.7 
483.5 
500.7 
515.3